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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Resume`’

Resume Tips That Will Get You The Job

Most employers expect you to have a resume these days, and if you have one it had better be good. Anyone can type some words about their work experience on a piece of paper and call it a resume, but will that be good enough to get you the job? The best way to look at a resume is to …

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Lego Resume: Northwestern College Student Builds Her Way to the Top

One college student’s resume has gone viral. Northwestern University student Leah Bowman constructed her resume based off of Legos, which has now been seen by a number of prospective employers. Bowman-who majors in Communication Studies: Integrated Marketing and Anthropology-started working on her creation via the Lego Digital Designer during her spring break in hometown Johnston, Iowa. The 20-year-old says that since Legos were …

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Steve Masiello Loses South Florida Deal

After finding “previously undetected discrepancy in his background check,” University of South Florida officials were prompted to end a contract with Manhattan coach Steve Masiello late Tuesday night. USF had paid a Texas-based search firm called Eastman & Beaudine $60,000 to find a replacement for coach Stan Heath, and the company found that Masiello had falsified a credential on his …

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Resume Writing: Why It Could Be Right For You

Are you ready to make a career change but aren’t sure where to start? Creating the perfect resume is the best way to show off your skills, experience and education and make hiring managers more likely to choose you over any other job candidate. Many people try to get jobs without resumes or do not prepare them correctly before turning …

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Résumé Writing: Is Less Really More?

For a long time, job seekers have been told that it’s in their best interest to keep résumés short and sweet—everything about your professional identity should be limited to one page. Perhaps that’s the norm if you are an entry level employee with little professional experience but the job market has shifted considerably: those rules no longer apply. It’s important …

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Top LinkedIn Buzzwords Reveal Users’ ‘Creativity’

When it comes to filling out an online resume, the summary section of a LinkedIn profile is the perfect place to show off writing skills and highlight abilities that don’t fit into other profile sections. Unfortunately, the section is most often used to emphasize qualities job seekers think employers want. Too often they end up being generic, bland, and similar. …

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LinkedIn Adds Skill and Expertise Endorsements

LinkedIn today announced a new feature called Endorsements. The feature will allow LinkedIn members to endorse each others’ skills and expertise. Over on the LinkedIn Blog, LinkedIn Product Manager David Breger explained how the new feature will work. Users will be able to see their connections’ recommended endorsements at the top of their profile and confirm that the person actually …

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Obama offers To Forward Resume` of Out-of-Work Engineer

5:30 Monday evening saw the first Google+ hangout for the President. Many people had several inquiries for the leader of the free world. Fort Worth, Texas resident Jennifer Weddel was one of the participants int the live video conference. She told the President that her husband had been laid off for over 2 years and has not been able to …

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