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5 Insider Tips to Make Your Resume Pop

5 Insider Tips to Make Your Resume Pop

Hiring managers and recruiters are inundated with resumes and often have hundreds of candidates in front of them to choose from. Their mission is to find a good match for the company and the first step will be to eliminate anyone who doesn’t fit the bill. I want to...

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In a Digital Age Are Cover Letters a Thing of the Past?

In a Digital Age Are Cover Letters a Thing of the Past?

Probably one of the most popular questions I see when it comes to resumes and seeking employment; the cover letter. Over the years, I’ve heard that many people are suggesting that cover letters are a thing of the past and it’s a waste of time to include them; I...

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The Good and Bad of Using a Resume Template

The Good and Bad of Using a Resume Template

I recently got an email from someone asking what I thought about them using a resume template. Here is a clip from my response: “In my experience, resume templates fail MOST Of the time. The reason being is that they offer nothing special or unique that truly stands...

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The 5 Skills You Must Have on Your Resume

The 5 Skills You Must Have on Your Resume

Whether you’re looking to get your foot in the door in an entry-level position or seeking a career change up the corporate ladder there are a few skills that every employer looks for and all job seekers need. It’s time to revisit the resume and ensure you have these...

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Case Study: Jeremy from Kennesaw

These days, we're constantly being told that job growth is better than it has been in the last seven years, but that doesn't mean finding a job is a given. Resume writing is a little known secret as well a great tool to have working for you. There's a lot of...

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How to Track Your Right Career In Atlanta

How to Track Your Right Career In Atlanta

Are you lost in the wilderness when it comes to choosing a career? Once, we knew the way. As children, we played at different roles, but some became our favorites. Those favorites hinted at our gifts. They pointed the way to our exciting futures as entrepreneurs,...

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