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Posted April 04, 2013 by

Veterans: How to Increase Your Chances of Landing a Civilian Job

The following post has tips for transitioning veterans in their searches for civilian jobs.

Recently discharged veterans often experience confusion and worry stemming from adjusting to family life and finding a job. Transitioning isn’t easy, and landing a career in the process can add to the stress. In the military, you can kick ass and take names, but putting that and your MOS on an application is not

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Veterans: How to Increase Your Chances of Landing a Civilian Job

Posted December 19, 2012 by

Top 5 Common Resume Mistakes

CollegeRecruiter.comDo you wonder why your resume has not created more interview opportunities?  Perhaps, there are some mistakes you are overlooking like the ones mentioned in the following post.

The following is a guest post by Matthew Ellis. Job seekers often complain that, no matter how many resumes they submit or jobs they apply to, they cannot even elicit a phone call or email response, let alone an interview. If you are one of these people, the problem might be as simple as one of the mistakes

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Top 5 Common Resume Mistakes

Posted November 21, 2012 by

Professional Resume Writing for a Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comBefore submitting your resume to a potential employer, it is important to tell him or her exactly what you’re looking for in a new position.  If you plan to work with a professional resume writer, think about reading the following post to learn which mistake to avoid when writing your resume.

Primarily, it is important to have in mind that Resume writing services is aimed at promoting oneself in the best way possible. This is usually done for the expense of getting a job interview invite. Generally, a resume is not an official recruit’s manuscript. It is not an application for securing a job, it is not about the experience but it is about an individual.

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Professional Resume Writing for a Job Interview

Posted November 21, 2012 by

Do you know who your audience is?

CollegeRecruiter.comBefore writing your resume, you should know who it is being addressed to.  This will help you determine what information to include.  The following post offers examples on how to approach certain resumes.

Specifically, do you know who you want to impress with your resume? If you don’t, you’re in big trouble.

No longer do resumes come in a one-size-fits-all format. There are resumes for:

1. Students (including those seeking entrance into MBA programs)

2. Private sector employers

3. Federal employers

4. Military transition

5. Career transition

Do you know the differences between the various kinds of resumes?

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Do you know who your audience is?