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Category: Resume Writing Tips

Client Stories: 3 All Too Common Resume Mistakes

  Real clients, real resumes – real mistakes!  I have reviewed some resumes today with mistakes I commonly see, unfortunately. Make no mistake about it – these types of errors WILL adversely affect your chances of landing an interview to be considered for the job!   — Mistake #1: TOOOO LOONNGG:  I regularly see 3 page […]

Dead End Job Make You Feel Like a Zombie?

Monday’s make you feel like this? If you feel brain-dead in your current job, or your job search feels like it’s at a dead end, don’t be SCARED, GET PREPARED! Resurrect your spirits and carve out some time to invest in you: PERSONALIZED RESUME WRITING INTERVIEW SKILLS PRACTICE LINKED IN PROFILES, COVER LETTERS, and more! Surely someone […]

3 Resume Tips for Including Self-Employment

  Many people opt to return to the role of employee after a stint working for themselves, or, work in both an employee role AND in their small business as a consultant, freelancer, or owner/operator like I talked about in the recent post Multiple Profit Centers for Job (and Life) Security and Satisfaction.   Adding […]

Educate Yourself: How to List Education on Your Resume

Here’s the Cliff Notes on Listing Education on Your Resume (there’s also a YouTube Video at this link and shown below) Job Search with Education, but No Experience & Behavioral Interviews You’ll get an A+ if you follow these notes: Overall:   Don’t list your graduation/completion year if it was more than 5-10 years ago* (with some […]

Real Job Seeker: Ordinary to Extraordinary!

  I had a very illustrative series of communications with a client recently that when it happened, I just KNEW I had to share with other job seekers, because these “real examples” can really help – and inspire- others, just like YOU. (shared with client permission and made anonymous) I’m going to call this client […]