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Posted October 27, 2014 by

The Most Effective Method to Compose a Resume Job Summary

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Hand writing Summary with blue marker on transparent wipe board. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It is very essential to produce enthusiasm with a High-Affect Summary Explanation and declaration. Recruiting superiors are busy entities all over the world. It is certain that every single job posting may draw in a great attraction to many resumes. To get perceived, make the best profession summary proclamation. The objective of this area in your CV is to create a hard-hitting preliminary statement filled with your most looked for abilities, competencies, achievements and qualities. You could utilize the objective segment part in your resume to present your detailed career summary covering all the dominant and major areas of your expertise.

A resume without a summary or outline is like a body with no heart. Summary has a direct relationship with your resume. Well here are few steps to make a charming career summary for effective outcomes, when it’s lying beside many career resumes at a recruiter’s desk. (more…)

Posted September 19, 2014 by

4 Techniques to Develop Outstanding Admission Application

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Portrait of young man filling in application form. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

After completing college, students enrol in a university to earn a degree. But to fulfil this dream, a student needs to struggle hard in college years to achieve good grades that allow them to secure admission at any college. For this purpose, students need to develop a top notch university application to get admission. The good news is that there are some ways through which you can develop a quality admission application. If you are a recent college graduate and want to enrol in a university, then you should read the information shared below to increase your chances of getting admission. (more…)

Posted June 20, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Ways to Customize Each One

When applying for entry level jobs, be sure your resumes are specific to each potential employer.  In the following post, learn five ways to customize each resume.

There are few pieces of resume advice everyone believes in; everyone has a different opinion on just about every subject. However, there is one point every career advisor, mentor and resume writer agree on: for every application submitted, you must customize your resume. But how? What do recruiters and hiring managers look for? And

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Posted April 16, 2014 by

Employers, Are You Looking for the Best Talent for Recent Graduate Jobs? Create the Best Job Advertisements

Employers have a better chance to find the best talent for recent graduate jobs if they create the best job advertisements.  Learn how they can do so in the following post.

Guess what? Your job ad is terrible. Don’t feel bad; most job ads are. Of course, it would probably be nice if the ad attracted perfect candidates. If it conveyed your culture and spoke directly to the perfect person and compelled them to apply. And it can happen. You just need to figure out

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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Think You’re Overqualified for Some Entry Level Jobs? How to Still Compete for Employment

Just because you might believe you are overqualified to apply for some entry level jobs, that does not mean you can’t compete for them.  Learn more in the following post.

Overqualified: It’s a dreaded word no one wants stamped on their resume. But you can take several steps to help you land a job, even if your experience level rivals your potential boss’s. (Click here to tweet this thought.) Whether you’re looking for a job that’s a step down from a previous position

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Posted January 22, 2014 by

6 mistakes you are likely to commit while choosing a career

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Graduate considering future career choice. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

So you’re few months away from graduation and you’re still deciding on what you actually want to do. With thousands of options and expectations laid in front of you, it’s likely that you might take the wrong decision(s) while choosing the right career path. It could be out of pressure, anxiety or even indecisive trait. Usually choosing a career path is not a one-time decision; it’s a series of decisions, made as you progress through different stages of life, career and experience. Our lifestyles change, so do the people we meet and experiences we have. But the right start is important. When someone is selecting their career, there’s a lot riding on that decision. People want to select an occupation in which they can be successful for many years to come. Changing your career too often is not a good option either. That means you should pick something that is not only suitable for you, but also can support you financially. Recently, MBA has been riding the youngsters of the country. So many new graduates have started looking at this option too. You can easily find the best list of MBA colleges in Gurgaon, Pune, Bangalore and more cities, which are best for MBA. However, never follow the herd and make career decisions. Make sure you choose the right career path by avoiding these common mistakes. (more…)

Posted November 06, 2013 by

Looking for a Freelance Entry Level Job? 5 Ways to Maximize Your Profile on Employment Sites

Are you interested in finding a freelance entry level job?  If you have a freelance profile, the following post has five ways to maximize it on employment websites.

If you’ve been hunting for jobs on freelance marketplaces, you’ve probably found it both a land of opportunities and a pain in the neck. Freelance marketplaces offer hundreds — sometimes thousands — of remote job positions globally, which makes it difficult to sift through the listings. If you think you’re having a hard

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Posted August 01, 2013 by

10 Things You Should Negotiate Other Than Salary

Sara Sutton Fell

Sara Sutton Fell, Salary.com contributing writer

You’ve gone through several rounds of interviews and have finally landed the job of your dreams. The problem is; your dream job doesn’t come with a dream salary.

But before you pass on the position, there are many non-salary benefits that you can negotiate. Combined, they might make your potential position seem quite palatable. The good news is these benefits come at a low — or no — cost to your company. Here are the top ten benefits that you can and should ask for during the negotiation process. (more…)