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Posted September 04, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Jobs, College Graduates? Don’t Include These 10 Things Even if You Think They’re Funny

When writing resumes for jobs, college graduates probably should not try including anything funny like these 10 things from an infographic in the following post.

We all want to stand out on our resumes. That is, after all, still how we get noticed most often by HR, hiring managers and recruiters. Some applicants, though, have taken this a bit too far. Sometimes too honest, often guilty of trying to be too clever or too funny (a resume, funny??) – these

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Not Qualified Enough to Land Your Dream Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Stand Out from Other Job Seekers

If you don’t believe you can land the entry level job of your dreams because you’re not qualified, think again.  The following post shares three tips to help you stand out from other job seekers.

“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” — Abraham Lincoln If all you did was submit your cover letter and resume, you’re screwed. Why? Because someone out there speaks one more language, has a one point higher GPA or has one more year

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Posted February 10, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 10 Things Employers Don’t Want to See

When writing resumes for recent college graduate jobs, candidates should keep in mind that potential employers don’t want their time wasted.  The following post features an infographic with 10 things not to include in a resume.

In your job search, you’re competing against a lot of other candidates. Employers average 118 applications for a given job posting – and only 20% of those applicants are granted an interview. In most cases, there isn’t even a little room for error on your resume. This infographic from our UK friends Career Savvy (where a resume

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Posted June 19, 2013 by

5 Ways Employees Can Return to Work Mode on Their Entry Level Jobs After a Vacation

Once you have had some time off from the job, it may be difficult to get back into a mindset of working.  For employees with entry level jobs or other positions, the following post has five ways they can return to work mode after a vacation.

No matter how much you love your job, getting back into the groove of things after a vacation can be quite challenging, especially if it was an extended holiday. From the backlog of emails to nonstop meetings and events, sometimes your body is at the office while your mind is still enjoying that beach breeze and

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Back-To-Work Blues: 5 Smart Tips to Get Back on the Grind After Vacation