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Resume Mistakes – Top Ways to Get Your Resume Shredded

In today’s pandemic world, Hiring Managers have a particularly tough job finding employees. Being a Hiring Manager myself, I know this only too well from personal experience.  In addition to my day-to-day responsibilities, I have to read resumes and conduct interviews for the many ongoing openings I have due to the current labor shortage. And …

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How to Write a Functional Resume Format

The functional resume format details your employment history in terms of highlighting your skills, rather than previous employers. A functional resume is used far less often than a chronological resume, which is the most common and traditional format (and the one preferred by most Hiring Mangers, myself included). The chronological format is the easiest to …

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How to Write a Chronological Resume

Most Hiring Managers (including me) prefer the chronological resume format. It’s easy to read, does a good job of presenting an applicant, and is the format most people should use Chronological Format Example Rather than show several cookie-cutter resume formats (that you can find anywhere else on the Web), below is the resume I wrote …

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Write a Resume That Gets the Interview

While this is a job interview advice website, you have to first get the interview before you can apply the advice, right? And what is the biggest factor in determining if you get an interview? Simple – your resume. Sure, networking and knowing insiders can also get you interviews, but the majority of interviews are …

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