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Posted January 14, 2015 by

Let the Job Find You: Create a Personal Website

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

Being a job seeker nowadays is a pretty frightening fate. To find a decent internship, let alone a normal job, is obviously a task for the strongest: for those, who have relevant experience and a smartly created resume. What if you have none of the above? Perhaps, it would be reasonable to start with the latter and do it your way. If you want to drag the potential employer’s attention towards yourself, differ yourself from other applicants: create a personal website. It is much easier than it might look. Just take the three following steps. (more…)

Posted July 23, 2014 by

9 Entry-Level Cover Letter Writing Mistakes You Should Definitely Avoid

Cover letter in word tag cloud on white background

Cover letter in word tag cloud on white background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A well written resume can impress a potential employer. However, accompanying it with half-hearted cover letter can force him to throw your resume into trash. Why? When you write a resume, it just points out your set of skills and experience. Whereas, a cover letter is viewed by most of the employers to understand how you can serve the firm in a better way. So, if your cover letter fails to tell him what he wants to know, the chances are you would not be going to get an interview call from him.

There are several mistakes that are seen and pointed out by recruiters. However, following are some common cover-letter writing blunders that entry-level job applicants usually make. (more…)

Posted May 08, 2014 by

Does Your Resume for an Entry Level Job Include These 10 Common Mistakes?

Young entry level job seekers can hurt their chances to find employment if they make any of these 10 common mistakes in the following post.

In the past year or so, I have seen 200 to 300 resumes written by college students. Based on that experience and my interactions with recruiters and other career advisers, one thing is clear: just about everyone makes the same mistakes. This is not a scientific survey by any means. However, ranked by frequency I submit to you the top

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Posted April 11, 2014 by

Writing Cover Letters for Recent Graduate Jobs? 5 Tips to Put Forth Your Best Work

If you need some cover letter tips when applying for recent graduate jobs, the following post has five that will help you produce your best work.

Ask two people for career advice, and one set of advice will likely be far different from the other. Cover letters (are they a critical element of your job search, or are they just discarded?) are no exception. Despite all the differing opinions, people in both camps agree on one point: If a prospective employer

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