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The articles in this section cover topics ranging from common resume blunders to understanding hiring managers' criteria.


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Resume Tips For Technical Grads

The hurdles facing today’s new technology graduates are the same as with other industries. One of the largest hurdles for new grads in preparing a first IT resume is the “no-experience” fence. A hi-tech grad may not have any formal experience working with technology in a real-world situation. While this hurdle is best handled long before you graduate by seeking part-time or full-time employment in technology or an internship, the fact remains that you may be coming out of col...

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Most resumes fail to represent people properly. Having heard of many tips and many formats, you will definitely want to spend lot of time on research. Have you heard of resume writing services?

What Does Your Resume Cost?

Do you think it's too expensive to have a resume professionally written? Read this article and then decide.

How to Tackle Job Hopping In Your Resume

Let's face it. Though it is illogical, recruiters do view job-hoppers as potentially greater risks than those showing long stints of service with each previous employer. It is natural for people to go for better alternatives when selling their sweat is concerned, and job-hopping should be considered perfectly natural. However, most recruiters don't see it that way.

How to Shape Words for a Functional Resume

The approach to writing a resume is extremely important and it is vital to break boring patterns and grab the attention of the employer. It is necessary to cue possibilities that will work to the advantage of the employer for a resume to be functional.

Crafting a Cover Letter

Unless we have done something, and done it many times over, we cannot say we have acquired the skill to do it. A cover letter is something that one has to spend time over, thinking and constructing it in a manner to meet its purpose.

Graduate School Resume - You Need To Get It Right The First Time

The quality of your graduate school resume can very well be the thing that makes or breaks your chances of getting into not just the Ivy League graduate schools but even the graduate school of your choice. The number of applicants to the best graduate schools often exceeds the available positions so you will need to outshine other hopefuls by presenting a graduate school resume that stands out from the resumes of the other applicants.

Tips for Job Interview

Job interviews are without a doubt one of the most important things that you can undertake when starting your professional career. When you are undergoing any job interviews, there are a number of interview tips that you will need to think about long before you enter the interviewer's office. The first thing you need to think about is your resume. The resume is without a doubt extremely important, and as such you need to put some work into it.

Creating the Perfect Resume for the Perfect Job

We all know that creating a resume is probably the most critical part of getting any job in this day and age. Some people know this, but they might not know exactly why the resume is so important. Well, there are actually quite a few reasons. The first reason is that your resume is your face to any employer. Resume writing needs to be very precise, and you need to make sure you are accurate. When you are first writing your resume, you may hear that it is important to tell a few lies. Let's be clear: lying on a resume is NEVER acceptable! You might get away with it now, but later on you will have to face what you have done, and it could lead to termination of employment.

What You Don't Want on Your Resume
By Surajit Sen Sharma

Resumes are not as varied as the applicants for a job are for resumes follow certain set formats. This is why you must be extremely conscious about mistakes and errors in resumes. Common mistakes in resumes will cue the potential employer to mark you as sloppy or non-professional, or at the very least create doubts about your functional literacy level. This is something, you most certainly want to avoid.

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