Posts Categorized: Resume Tips


Your cover letter should convey why you are the perfect candidate for the position. HERE ARE 3 QUESTIONS YOUR COVER LETTER SHOULD EASILY ANSWER: WHO ARE YOU? Start your cover letter with your success. What is amazing about you? What have you done recently that this company needs? WHY ARE YOU THE BEST FIT FOR… Read more »

5 quick changes

Revising and updating your resume can take some time, time not everyone has. If you’re looking to revamp your resume but don’t have a lot of time here are 5 quick, easy ways to make your resume standout and get noticed.  Remove the Fancy Formatting A clean, well-organized resume is highly preferred over one with… Read more »

power words

Make your accomplishments stand out and sound impressive by using these action verbs.   Positive words: Adaptable Ambitious Dependable Flexible Efficient Consistent Words To Use If You Started Something: Developed Generated Initiated Implemented Devised Words To Use If You Led Something: Coached Conducted Guided Instructed Recruited Facilitated Words To Use If You’ve done something: Achieved… Read more »

Are you a Fresh Grad Looking for a Job?

The following is by no means a comprehensive list, but it’s a start.  Be proactive, be positive, and be resilient. Use all of your resources! Network – visit your school’s career office, attend to career events and job fairs, and reach out to previous classmates, teachers, family friends, and neighbors.  Ask for introductions or if… Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

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5 Secrets To Improve Your Resume

Want your resume to have an even bigger impact on hiring managers? Try these 5 secret tips you probably haven’t thought of yet. Show the competition: Did you win a scholarship? Or did you win $2,000 over a 100 other applicants? It’s all in the details and for this example it’s your time to brag…

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You may think you’ve seen all the advice there is when it comes to writing a bullet proof resume, but below are 3 more tips to add to the ever growing list. These pointers are things you may have never thought about, but once you implement them they can really step your resume up to… Tags: , , ,

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? Career Objective: A career objective can be used when you are applying to multiple positions and not just one specific job posting.  An objective tells the hiring manager what type of position they can consider you for. After reading your Objective the hiring manager should be able to identify your career… Tags: , , , ,

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