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Posted August 29, 2014 by

Want to Impress College Recruiters with Your MBA Application Essay? Follow These 3 Tips

If you’re trying to stand out to college recruiters with your MBA application essay, there are three tips to help you do so in the following post.

Ah yes, it’s MBA application season. Can you smell it in the air? It’s an aroma of nervous stress, double shots of espresso and late night burritos. Breathe it in. MBA application essays give you an opportunity to speak. The admissions committee already has your numbers, your resume, your recommendations — so they’ve got an idea

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Posted August 12, 2014 by

Not the Usual Recent Graduate Searching for Jobs? How to Approach 3 Challenges When Writing Your Resume

The following post discusses three challenges a recent graduate might face when searching for jobs and how to approach them on his or her resume.

There is an abundance of resume advice and examples online. However, they’re mostly unhelpful if your work and life experience doesn’t fit neatly into a template. Let’s look at a real job seeker with non-traditional work experience and outside the norm career issues, and see what happens when we do a resume

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Posted May 30, 2014 by

Writing Your Resume for an Entry Level Job? It’s about the Numbers

If you are writing your resume for an entry level job, use numbers to show your value to potential employers.  Learn more in the following post.

When drafting a resume, the one piece of paper that’s going to convince someone to give you a job based on your concrete accomplishments, instead of writing a paragraph of adjectives to try to describe what you did in a way that is convincing, get rid of all that and just… Give them a number!

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