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Try Using These Words to Get Your Resume Noticed

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Everyone wants their resume to stand out from the crowd. While your job-specific skills are the most important factor, how you describe those skills matters. Thoughtful, powerful word choice can turn a good resume into a great one. And strong descriptions of work experience—descriptions that catch a recruiter’s eye—start with action verbs. Why Use Action […]

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3 Simple Tips for a More Organized Job Hunt

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Even if you’re currently employed and only casually looking for a new job, the process of job hunting can still inspire a bit of anxiety. But you can beat the job-search stress by using some of our tips to help you stay organized, save time, and better manage your search. Save everything This is basically […]

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4 Old Resume Rules to Ignore

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Your resume is a core element of your job application, and because it’s usually the first thing employers see, you want to get it right. But as career norms evolve, so too do resume norms. Dana Leavy-Detrick, founder and chief creative scribe of Brooklyn Resume Studio and a former recruiter and career coach, has spent […]

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4 Reasons to Ask for Informational Interviews

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Whether you’re struggling to land an interview, you’re not quite sure about your next move, or even if you’re happy in your current role, in order to get ahead, you may want to consider getting a few informational interviews on the calendar. Incorporating these meetings into your career is like adding another valuable instrument to […]

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