Your Resume is Not Your Job Description

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By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant If you are looking to bore those who are reviewing your resume in consideration of hiring you, be sure to write it just as you would see your job description listed in a job ad. Seriously, nothing is less exciting to review in a resume than the long litany of… Read more »

Showing Your Value as a New Graduate During a Recession

By Alexis Stiebe Don’t be discouraged new college grads! I know that if you graduated this spring, the future is filled with uncertainty. The sudden recession and unexpected restrictions caused by the pandemic have upended multiple industries. The way this recession mirrors the environment new grads were faced with 10 years ago is clear. Back… Read more »

How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile in an Afternoon

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When you apply to a job, you know that you need a good resume to get your foot in the door. You’ve probably put a lot of time and care into writing a great resume that truly demonstrates your skills and experience. But, have you put that same attention into crafting an excellent virtual resume?… Read more »

Experts Agree, Your Resume Should Have These 5 Things

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Writing a resume can be a challenge. What should be included? What is the best way to present your accomplishments? Even years into your career, you could be struggling to update your resume with the new skills and experiences you’ve gained. If it’s been awhile since the last time you wrote a resume, or if… Read more »

5 Ways to Improve Your Resume

Ready to update your resume? It can seem like a chore, but the resumes that are done right are the ones that get employers’ attention in this market. There’s no room for sloppy mistakes when you are looking to grow your career. Resumes are the easiest way for an employer to get a snapshot of… Read more »