How To Know If Your Job Is Right For You

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Everyone wants a rewarding career. Everyone wants to know that what he does everyday matters, and feel appreciated. But how to find out if your career fits your personality and your goals? If you feel confused and cannot figure it out at once, you can try answering the questions below. In fact, there barely is a job that would 100% fit into your needs. However, there are a number of key signs indicating whether you are on the right place or it’s time to find another job (or even make a Continue reading

11 Tips How To Get Eye-Catching Resume

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You’ve written your resume in accordance with all resume rules and guides. You are sure that you’re 100% qualified for a job opening and possess the relevant experience. Your resume is pretty informative in terms of content and represents your professional profile. So, why aren’t you invited out for a dream job interview?  The problem might be that your resume isn’t eye-catching. The eye-tracking study of professional recruiters proves that it’s important Continue reading

How To Write Winning Cover Letter For Job Applications

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Many job postings state that they are expecting a resume and a cover letter from the applicants. And, although nearly every job-seeker has the experience of writing a cover letter, most of them still misunderstand the entire concept of this document. Nevertheless, the effort you spend on writing a worthy, informative cover letter definitely pays off – it can catch the hiring manager even before he gets to reading a resume.  So, consider a cover letter not as a polite greeting, career Continue reading

Punctuation Tips for Your Resume

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“Are there specific punctuation rules for resume?” you might wonder. Many job-seekers think “As long as I start the sentence with a capital letter and end it with a period, there’s nothing to worry about”. However, this isn’t always the case. Although punctuation errors aren’t global deal-breakers, correct punctuation demonstrate such personality traits of an applicant as attention to detail, ability to follow complex instructions and consistency. It Continue reading

10 Best And Worst Questions To Ask Your Interviewer

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There’s a common opinion that it’s the interviewer who asks the questions and the candidate who is trying his best to answer them in a way that would guarantee him/her a job. However, it’s not like that. A candidate can – and should – ask the questions of his interest during the interview. The best time to ask is at the end of the interview when you’ve already discussed your skills, personal traits and capabilities. If you don’t ask any questions or ask Continue reading

20 Words That Can Destroy Your Resume

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Recently we have familiarized you with 185 resume words that can make your resume awesome. Now it’s time to discuss the other side of things – words that can destroy your resume. As a resume is a short statement of your experience and achievements, every word in it matters. Using inappropriate language has already destroyed the success for more worthy job seekers than you can assume. Jargon, obvious words and buzzwords are the surefire way to get your resume to ‘No’ Continue reading

15 common reasons why people quit jobs

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Is the work you do on a daily basis challenging enough and does it give you the feeling of fulfillment? Are you happy with the wages and do the relationships with co-workers help you resolve daily issues? If the answer to some of these questions is ‘no’, probably, you’re one of those who are currently considering changing their job. Although each case is unique, there are a plenty of reasons which cause most of the resignations. In today’s entry, we’ll consider the Continue reading

Top 30 Common resume mistakes you should avoid

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Despite all the advantages of the digital age, a well-written traditional, old-fashioned resume is a must if you want to get an interview. Therefore, your resume should be written according to resume writing standards and rules, and be at least ‘good’ so you could be considered for an interview. Many hiring managers, though, admit getting loads of resumes which contain mistakes that eliminate them from consideration. So here’s #1 resume rule: no matter how good you are at your Continue reading

Resume Myths & Discount for Online Resume Help

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Creating a resume that is worth consideration is quite a challenging task. However, the common myths and misconceptions shrouding the process of resume writing, application and selection make this task really tough. What is more, some of the recruiters and resume writers support these myths and the web resources can confuse job seekers by telling the opposite things. Today we will look at resume myths from the side of recruiters and hiring managers for whom scanning hundreds of resumes is a Continue reading

How To Submit Your Resume Online

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The bulk of applicants hunt for jobs on the internet these days. How to make sure your resume and cover letter will be noticed? How should your online application look like? You’ll find all your questions answered below. The internet brings an enormous number of applicants to every job posting. Still, many applicants limit themselves to quickly creating a resume and sending it wherever possible. This isn’t the way for success – the resume for online submission should be edited Continue reading

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