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Seven Secrets of the Killer Resume

Seven Secrets of the Killer Resume

By: Martin Yate, CPC

Your resume is the most financially important document you will ever own. When it works, you work; and when it doesn’t, you don’t. Unfortunately, technology has revolutionized corporate recruitment, and you may not know what it takes to build a killer resume for today’s job search. Here are seven secrets that form the foundation of every killer resume.

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Four Resume Myths

Four Resume Myths

By: CareerCast.com

A great cover letter opens the door to your candidacy, but a poorly written resume can shut it just as quickly. Part of the problem for many people is that they rarely look at their resume, or ask people that are under-qualified for resume tips. It ends up with you getting a cookie cutter resume with a lot of jargon that will put a hiring manager to sleep. In this economy, that's not going to cut it.

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How To Supercharge Your Resume

How To Supercharge Your Resume

By: Martin Yate, CPC

Show me a stalled job search and I’ll show you a flawed resume. First of all, to be successful your resume must focus on a specific target job. That general resume, like one size fits all clothing, usually fits no one.

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Seven Possible Reasons You Have Not Been Hired Yet

By: Paul A. Greenberg

If you spent a good portion of this year job searching, but are still underemployed or unemployed, there may be ways you can improve your odds of landing a great job. Here are seven tips that may boost your chances of landing your dream job:

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Test Your Cover Letter Acumen

Test Your Cover Letter Acumen

By: Taunee Besson, CMF, CareerCast.com Senior Columnist

Cover letters continue to be a mystery to many job seekers. Questions such as what type of information to include, how long should the cover letter be and how to grab a recruiter’s attention plague job seekers as they look to make their application stand out.

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Your Resume - It's Really an Ad!

A woman handing over her resume.

By: Karon Thackston

You hear it all the time, "Your resume is a marketing tool." So why is it that no one ever asks a professional copywriter for advice when writing the most important ad of all time... the one that could land you an interview? 

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