3 of the Most Difficult Things that to Note on Your Résumé 

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When constructing a resume, there are so many factors to consider from your education and experience to awards and community involvement. While there are a ton of resume samples you can look to for help, there are some things that are just difficult to put on a resume. There are certain items on a resume […]

Five Lies You’ll Hear On A Job Search

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LIE NUMBER ONE We’re still sorting out the job description, reporting relationship and salary range for the job. How ridiculous and unprofessional can you be, to waste job-seekers’ time and your own HR team’s energy in an interview process before you know what you need? That’s almost sure to be a lie, and if it’s […]

Resume Writing Made Simple…. FINALLY!!!!

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I’ve been in Recruitment for 8 years reviewing resumes as well as writing and editing them. I’ve seen the same mistakes over and over and can usually tell someone right away why their resume hasn’t gotten them any interviews. Here’s the thing: Writing resumes from a technical standpoint is not hard! Anyone can search for […]

39 More Secrets Your HR Person Won’t Tell You (…I love #39)

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1. “The No. 1 thing in job security is your relationship with your boss. Even if he says, ‘I’m sorry I really wanted to keep you, but they made me lay you off,’ that’s almost never true. He probably made that decision.”  –Cynthia Shapiro, former human resource executive and author of “Corporate Confidential: 50 Secrets […]