ArchiveFebruary 2017

5 Reasons Why You Should Customize Your Resume For Each Job Application

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There’s a saying that a rose by any other name smells just as sweet. While that may be true for flowers and other generic stuff, it’s not for your job applications. Each job application, just like people, is different from the others in terms of personal qualifications required, duties, responsibilities, and even the working cultures of the immediate department and the whole organization. As much...

10 Tips on Writing an Eye-catching Career Objective in Your Resume

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Some experts believe that career objectives are outdated and suggest replacing it with a summary. This is part of a shift from the generic, one-size-fits-all professional resume that was used in the past to the newer, employer-centered approach to resume writing. Traditionally career objectives have been vague statements. “I’m a smart person with skills looking for a job I like.” Such statements...

How To Fix The 15 Worst Resume Mistakes!

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Your resume has the official job of selling you to your prospective employers. As such, it has to be perfect or at least near perfect when you send it out to the company you’re applying for. To help you do that, here’s a list of the 15 worst resume mistakes you can possibly commit and of course, how to fix them. Grammatical And Spelling Errors Many times, we just laugh at such types...

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