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Posted January 30, 2014 by

Haven’t Updated Resumes on Those Recent Graduate Jobs? 7 Reasons It’s a Good Idea

On recent graduate jobs, workers may not find it necessary to update their resumes.  However, the following post shares seven reasons why it’s a good idea to do so.

Work is going well, and you have a job you enjoy with great benefits. You feel like you have a future at this company. You have no intention of moving on anytime soon. You’re in a good place professionally, so you may never need to think about revisiting your boring old resume ever

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Writing Your Resume for an Entry Level Job? Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

When writing your resume for an entry level job, remember that you want to make a great first impression.  To do that, make sure to avoid the mistakes found in an infographic in the following post.

A great deal of emphasis is placed on the importance of a quality resume. Yet, we still make mistakes. And a bad resume makes an already tough job search even harder. Much harder. Check out this terrific infographic from LiveCareer, which details some of the worst resume blunders ever. Then, review your own resume… make some improvements… and see if

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Posted December 03, 2012 by

4 Tips To Answering The Toughest Job Interview Questions

CollegeRecruiter.comWhile you might do your best to prepare for every type of interview question, sometimes there may be one that catches you off guard.  The following post provides four tips to answer challenging interview questions effectively.

From blatant job interview questions like, “What’s your greatest weakness, weakest attribute, or most significant failure.” To soft, “What might your previous employer say?” Even softer, “You certainly seem to have a lot of strengths, but we understand no one is perfect.” The question will come one way or another, everyone knows it, yet still befuddled by it.

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