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Functional Resumes Defined
There are two basic types of resumes – chronological and functional. If you are looking for a career change or have a spotty work history, the functional resume will help to cover up the blemish. Not sure what a makes up a functional resume? Here is the functional resume defined.
Prepare For the Job Market Before You Graduate
The job market is tight. Don't wait until your senior year before you begin career planning. The time to start is freshman year.
Facebook and Your Job Search
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn - no matter how “old school” you are, your job search will need to include social media. Learn how to use Facebook as a job search tool.
The Web 2.0 Job Finder – Book Review
Fortune 500 hiring pros share the most effective use of the Internet in today's job search.
Why Didn't I Get the Job?
Have you ever walked out of an interview full of confidence that you got the job? Afterwards you waited for weeks for a call that never came? What happened? Do you often ask yourself, “Why didn’t I get hired?"
How to Make Sure Your Resume Arrives
You spent hours perfecting a resume. Don't let something as simple as a wrong e-mail address or wrong zip code, keep it from reaching its destination. Here are a few things to check to make sure your resume gets to the right destination.
What is a Resume?
A resume is more than just a list of jobs. It's your personal brochure to get a job or find a career. A resume is a powerful instrument about you and the company you hope to work for. Here is the definition of a resume.
Questions to Ask After the Interview
Interviewing make you nervous? Not sure what to ask when the interviewer asks if you have any questions? Prepare your questions before hand to leave a lasting impression.
Can I Wear My Nose Ring – A Book Review
Can you wear a nose ring to an interview? Ellen Gordan Reeves answers this, and many other questions from job seekers.
Phrases to Avoid in a Job Search
What are buzz phrases? They are meaningless statements which are often over-used. They are definitely phrases you want to stay away from in your cover letter and especially during an interview. Stand out above the applicant pool by removing these buzz phrases from your job search vocabulary.
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