When preparing for a job search, you typically review your resume and add on your most recent job, as well as newly gained abilities and certifications. It’s important to also edit or delete out-of-date information. If you don’t, your resume can become a jumble of dated achievements and abilities. You don’t have to wait… Read more »
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Most human resources professionals will tell you that they regularly get swamped with hundreds of resumes for every position posted to a job board. So how do you make a stand-out resume that shines above above the throng? There are three main objectives you want your resume to achieve: relevant, professional and unique. First, you… Read more »