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Give your LinkedIn profile the professional pizzazz it needs without hiring a professional — or becoming one yourself!
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You've made it to the interview; don't blow it now. You won't if you follow with 10 step pre-interview plan.
First impressions matter, especially on a resume. What does your choice of font say about you?
You need a new job, but you don't want your current boss knowing that! Keep your search quiet and keep your job while you land a better one.
A lengthy search for a new job is stressful and frustrating. Cut ahead of the rest with these sure-fire ways to make yourself more employable.
Finding a job is hard even in the best of circumstances, but you're sabotaging your search if you're making these basic resume errors.
Your resume worked and you landed an interview! Don't blow it now with a bad answer to a tough question.
Stunts like these may not be right for jobs outside of media and marketing. But if resumes and LinkedIn updates aren't working, why not give one of them a shot?
What's it take to land a job these days? For these six job-seekers, it took creativity, daring, and in one case, about 2,000 hours of game design.
Your resume, network, online profiles all worked and you've landed the interview. Don't mess up now!
A lot's riding on your resume, so don't muck it up with any of these five dumb mistakes.
HR staffers see a lot of resumes — and a lot of cliches, tired idioms, and lazy skill descriptions in them. Make your resume memorable by cutting these awful words.
More and more hiring organizations are using computerized systems to track and filter resumes. Here's how to get your resume in front of an actual human.
If you want a new job but your resume doesn't have an extensive job history to catch an employer's eye, try these alternative ways to gain work experience.
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