5 Benefits of Creating an Online Portfolio

Online portfolio is something that has increased in popularity in recent years and isn’t set to slow down as more recruiters are searching the web for talent. Of course, the recommended web address for anyone wishing to represent themselves online would be ‘yourfullname.com’ as this will be the easiest address for people to find you […]
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How to Beat the Applicant Tracking System and Land a Job Interview

You might have heard of the applicant tracking system or ATS but have never looked in to the details of how the applicant tracking system works and how to actually beat it and land an interview. In this article we’ll tell you what an applicant tracking system is and how to get your resume in front […]
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How to Tailor Your Resume for an Internship

I’m sure you’ve heard it before. You’ll never have a chance at your dream job (or even an entry level job) without internship experience. It’s almost as if you haven’t gotten the full college experience without securing at least one internship, right? So if you’re a young college student, eager to get into the workforce, […]
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How to Make Your Resume Stand Out Visually

Make your resume stand out To stand out from other job applicants and to bring attention to your skills and experience it helps to make your resume visually stand out and appealing. Here are few tips on how to make your resume stand out and how to add a little flavor to your resume but still […]
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Resume Tips for Recent Graduates – Entry Level Resumes

As a student or recent graduate you might feel that you have nothing to put in your resume. Here are some resume tips for recent graduates on what to put in your resume when you have little or no work experience. Student or recent graduate resume is ideally one-page marketing document. The conventional resume format […]
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Job Search Expenses Can be Tax Deductible

Job hunting can be frustrating, time-consuming and can also be expensive. The two biggest expenses that incur will most likely be the costs of constructing and mailing out your resume, and fees charged by job placement agencies. The good news is, both of these expenses qualify for a tax deduction. Here are some eligible job […]
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How to Write a Job-Winning Cover Letter

If you are currently in the process of applying for a job, it is likely that you are applying for more than one job at the same time; however, this does not mean that the same cover letter should be used for all. Each and every job is different and so by tailoring your cover […]
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Land an Interview by Using Keywords in Your Resume

Writing a perfect resume has caused many debates over the years and there are many different lines of thinking when it comes to what you should and shouldn’t include in your resume. However, one thing is for certain; listing keywords can help you to land a job interview. What are keywords and how to find […]
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3 Ways to Hide Resume Gaps

With the economy changing in recent years, it isn’t uncommon for there to be prolonged periods of unemployment; however, this is something that still causes some concern. Here we’ll share three top tips in how to make your resume work for you when you have resume gaps. Change The Timeframe If the gap in employment […]
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Top Tips for a Successful Phone Interview

So the hard work you put into your resume and cover letter has paid off and you passed the very first test; however, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have an interview. Many companies have introduced a new step in the shape of a phone interview to see how you communicate and to find out […]
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