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Avoid Copyright Infringement On Your Resume

You see a beautifully written, branded resume – or maybe a LinkedIn profile – of a job seeker with similar qualifications to yours, seeking the kind of job you want. It sounds a lot like you, and you don’t have a lot of time, so you see no reason why you shouldn’t use some of […]

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Early-Career Job Application Advice

Here at CareerCast.com, we published our Best Jobs for Millennials earlier this month. Though the market is improving, the youngest generation in the American workforce faces challenges unique to it.  More of the Millennial generation is college-educated, thus the basement standard for most jobs has risen accordingly. Pay in entry-level jobs is also an issue […]

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Avoid Spam Filters When Submitting Your Resume

Don’t assume that your e-mail messages will be received by the intended recipient, particularly the first message you send to someone who doesn’t know you and/or who isn’t expecting a message from you. Spam Filters With “spam” (bulk, unsolicited, commercial e-mail and junk messages) reportedly making up over 98% of e-mail these days, and with […]

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How to Fall in Love with Your Resume Again

You have positioned yourself well since graduating high school. You got solid grades in college, scored the internship of your dreams, and gleaned enough experience to create a masterpiece: your resume. As the years have passed and jobs have come and gone, you’ve continued adding to the original document, bringing it to its current state. […]

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Building Your Career Brand Biography

If you’re not familiar with a career biography, think of it as an article written about you in “third person,” for use on a Website or where ever an article about you might appear. Your resume plus your career bio are the foundation for your career brand marketing and online presence, positioning your unique promise […]

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The 25 Best Keywords for Your Job Search

Most resumes end up in a database of some sort: in the resume database of a job board, in an employer’s applicant tracking system, in social networks like LinkedIn and Google Plus, or even in a recruiter’s email inbox. Regardless of where they are stored, those resumes and social profiles need to be “find-able” when […]

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Are Creative Resumes a Good Idea?

Everyone likes to think they’re special. So why not communicate that to potential employers with your resume? Applicants have used Vine videos, infographics, and even candy wrappers to replace the standard CV. In a competitive job market, creative resumes are a great way to show off your design skills and stand out from other applicants. […]

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The Next Step Resume

If you’ve been in the workforce for more than ten minutes you know all about Best Practices. Over the years, these procedures have been tested and proven effective in virtually every profession, craft and trade. And, there’s the rub. Best Practices are what worked in the past. Next Practices are what will work going forward. […]

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