10 Tips for Writing the Perfect Resume

A resumé is the most powerful document in your job search arsenal. A good resume can unlock doors to an array of professional opportunities. While writing the ideal resume can be a significant challenge for many of us, you can simplify the process by incorporating the following steps: 1. Decide whether your resumé should be chronological or functional. A chronological

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Fear Is Okay, Complacency Kills Jobs

The collision of demographic changes, the rapid spread of automation and rising income inequality will have the potential to trigger an unparalleled major economic and employment disruption far greater than we have ever experienced. Understanding and planning for these inevitable disruptions will be vital when future-proofing jobs. In fact, there’s a total of 62 challenges workers are facing in their

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5 Resume Red Flags

Prospective employers may spend as little as six seconds looking at your resume to make an assessment of your abilities and to match those abilities to their job opening. In those six seconds they do not read every word on the resume! Instead, employers look at the overall format – is it easy to read? Does this resume contain the

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A Guide for Deaf People in Getting Jobs

Finding a job is never easy. Looking for a job that you want often involves patience and persistence, and the job search can become easier with guidance. It is important to view your job search as a positive and rewarding experience. You may experience some ups and downs during your search, and you must not give up. Below is an

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Don’t Put These 5 Things in Your Resume

Executive resumes deserve just as much attention as a resume for any other job. You may be surprised to know most resumes for executive positions are generally poorly done. However, that just gives you the opportunity to shine brightly when it comes to your resume! Your executive bio needs to stand out from the rest. Most importantly, it needs to

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Finance Jobs Pros and Cons

There are three kinds of college students. The first one chooses a major he is passionate about and wants to work in the industry. The second is one who chooses a major where he has the potential to earn a lot of money in his future career. The third one is undecided on what his future will be. With most

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