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Posted December 10, 2014 by

Vets Can Make a Difference in Your Recruiting

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Soldier salutes on white background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Did you know that 99% of the companies that have hired military veterans want to hire more?

There are many good reasons for hiring vets:

  • Vets are typically better educated than their civilian counterparts
  • Vets are eligible for free relocation
  • Vets represent an elite subset of the market (only 24% of 18-24 years olds can join)
  • Vets are trained to be goal-directed and detail-oriented

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Posted September 15, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Jobs, Recent College Graduates? 7 Cliches that Won’t Impress Recruiters

While recent college graduates searching for jobs may want their resumes to sound good, recruiters are more interested in what they prove then how they sound.  Learn seven cliches not to use on resumes in the following post.

To a recruiter, chances are your resume looks, feels and sounds just like every other resume. Why? Because almost resume written contains these seven cliches that make recruiters want to scream! Take a look, and then see how many of these need to be removed from your resume…

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Posted May 12, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? Best and Worst Terms to Use

When writing resumes for entry level jobs, recruiters and employers will likely appreciate some keywords, while dismiss others.  In the following post, learn some of the best and worst terms to use on a resume.

In a recent CareerBuilder survey, over 2,200 recruiters and hiring managers were asked to rank the terms they like, and don’t like, to see in your resume. Check out this list, and then review your resume (at least) one more time…

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Posted November 06, 2013 by

Applying for Recent Graduate Jobs? Avoid These 10 Resume Cliches

If you don’t want recruiters and employers to dismiss your resume when applying for recent graduate jobs, avoid using the 10 resume cliches in the following post.

Know the trouble with most resumes? To a recruiter, they sound just like every other resume. This is no one’s fault… because that is how most of us are taught to write resumes. Sure it sounds good to us; after all, we don’t read 100+ resumes a day. To those who do – those

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Posted September 24, 2013 by

5 Ways to Boost Your Ultrasound Technician Career

Young male technician working with an ultrasound machine

Young male technician working with an ultrasound machine. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It’s important to have a successful career as an ultrasound technician. Many will measure your success by how much you are being paid. If you want to be a high paid ultrasound technician, you will have to master a lot of the key skills of an ultrasound technician. Boosting your career may be easier than you think – and there are 5 ways to help you. (more…)