By Lily Zhang You’ve quantified your bullet points, you’ve curated your skills section, and you’ve proofread it from top to bottom. Sounds like your resume’s all set to go and you have fully organize your resume, right? Almost! There’s actually one more step—and that’s putting all the sections in the correct order. Like with
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Have you been sending out tons of job application s but haven’t been getting any interest? Bestselling author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch thinks the problem either could be meaningless words on your resume, a heavy focus on technical skills, or a failure to leverage connections. 1. Eliminate meaningless words If you find your resume
Does internship count as work experience? Taken from a column in the JamaicaObserver.com pertaining to internship opportunities. Dear Career Advisor: I am in my final year at college and I have never had a job. I have noticed that almost all job advertisements ask for previous work experience. I am considering taking an internship before
These are 6 things to remove from your resume ASAP to be more competitive in the local job market from a resume coach. We all talk a fair game about what needs to be on your resume, but there’s also plenty of stuff that should be removed. The fluff. The blabber. The full-on oddities. And even some of the details you think are important.