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How to Read a Résumé

Written by on November 16, 2017 in Blog, Careers, cover letters, jobs, resume tips, Resumes with 0 Comments
How to Read a Résumé

How to Read a Résumé Waiting to hear back from a company regarding your candidacy for a job can be frustrating. Sometimes the days stretch into weeks, and before long you’re convinced that they’re not interested, and you’re getting pissed off that they didn’t call or write to let you know. What could they be […]

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An Interview Is Like a Date

Written by on November 2, 2017 in Blog, Careers, Interviews, jobs, Resumes with 0 Comments
An Interview Is Like a Date

An Interview Is Like a Date I think it’s safe to say that the majority of people reading this have been on a date before. It may have been a long time, but I’m sure you remember the drill—or most of it. Your time for dating may be over, but probably not for interviewing. I […]

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Formatting a Résumé

Written by on October 12, 2017 in Blog, Careers, resume tips, Resumes with 0 Comments
Formatting a Résumé

Formatting a Résumé If you want to know about formatting a résumé, the best way to do it is to make it as unobtrusive as possible. Don’t use special fonts or eccentric styling and, for God’s sake, don’t use pictures. Make the résumé as plain and simple as you can. The content is what’s important […]

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Should I Include Months on a Résumé?

Written by on November 23, 2016 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Should I Include Months on a Résumé?

Should I Include Months on a Résumé? The Dilemma of Putting Months on a Résumé? Why should I? No one else does. I know. It’s tough to do the right thing. But as my dear old mother used to say, ‘If Johnny jumped off the bridge, would you do it too?’ That’s the same kind of dilemma […]

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Responsibilities Or Accomplishments?

Written by on November 9, 2016 in Blog, resume tips, Resumes, Uncategorized with 1 Comment
Responsibilities Or Accomplishments?

Responsibilities Or Accomplishments? I have screened thousands of résumés, hell, tens of thousands. And yet, not much has changed. I still see about the same percentage of mistakes as when I started. What mistakes, you might ask? The ones demonstrated by that age-old haunting question–should I list responsibilities or accomplishments? There are plenty to choose […]

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How to Format a Résumé Properly

Written by on October 27, 2016 in Blog, Careers, resume tips, Resumes with 3 Comments
How to Format a Résumé Properly

How to Format a Résumé There are plenty of ways to format a résumé; I’ve seen a million (slight exaggeration). And there are almost as many opinions about how to do it right. But there aren’t many ways to format a résumé that aren’t distracting. And that’s what you want to aim for. You want a […]

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The Only Three Things You Need On Your Resume

Written by on November 9, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Only Three Things You Need On Your Resume

Don’t Cram Your Resume With Useless Information Some people would argue this, but in my opinion, and that of many others, you only need three things to make your resume shine. Below is an Infographic that explains it, but you can get more details from this post.     If you enjoyed this post, please share. […]

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Does Your Resume Make You Look Guilty?

Written by on December 16, 2013 in Blog, Resumes with 0 Comments
Does Your Resume Make You Look Guilty?

Does Your Resume Make You Look Guilty? If you’re using a functional resume, you might be starting out the job search process with two strikes against you. Most recruiters and gatekeepers despise functional resumes. The consensus is that if a person uses a functional resume they are hiding something. Using a functional resume is like […]

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How To Get Rid Of A Resume Killer

Written by on November 11, 2013 in Blog, resume tips with 2 Comments
How To Get Rid Of A Resume Killer

Resume Killer What Are The Biggest Resume Killers? Resumes are complicated—at least that’s what many people think. But in reality, they are one of the simplest documents to write. Despite being simple, a lot of resumes from qualified people end up in the trash. Why? Sometimes it’s a single item, at other times it’s a […]

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3 Things Every Resume Should Have

Written by on October 28, 2013 in Blog, Careers, resume tips, Resumes with 0 Comments
3 Things Every Resume Should Have

3 Things Every Resume Should Have If you want to make a difference on your resume, a real difference, make sure to include these three things. The items I’m talking about are these: #, $, %. The symbols don’t have to be on there but what they represent should. Not every resume will have them, […]

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25 Impact Words For Your Resume

Written by on October 21, 2013 in Blog, Careers, Grammar, resume tips, Resumes with 0 Comments
25 Impact Words For Your Resume

25 Impact Words For Your Resume (Most of this is an excerpt from one of the chapters in my book, No Mistakes Resumes.) Your resume should be filled with impact words. Words can be very powerful. Think of the emotions some of these simple statements generate: “I love you.” “I hate you.” “You are so […]

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The Myth of the One-Page Resume

Written by on June 7, 2013 with 0 Comments
The Myth of the One-Page Resume

Hi, My Name’s Dennis. You might be wondering why I’m writing this post instead of Giacomo. Whenever the subject deals with shit in any form or fashion, Giacomo gives me the assignment. And today’s post falls squarely into that category. It’s about common advice given regarding resumes—in other words, bullshit. What advice, you ask? Your Resume Must Be One […]

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Articles

Written by on April 30, 2013 with 0 Comments

A Resume For Each Job We all know you should tailor a resume to the specific job you’re applying for. At least I hope you do that. If not, it might be the reason you don’t get more calls for interviews. I know it’s a pain to write a resume for each position, and I […]

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