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Resume Writing

Here you will find great resources for writing your resume!

45 Best Resume Tips & Tricks

“We’re about to give you dozens of our best resume tips, but first:

Maybe you’ve finished writing your resume, maybe you’re just starting. 

 Either way, you could probably use some quick resume pointers. 

 It’s easy to overlook things when you’re worried about finding a job. The best tips help you remember the smallest details of resume writing.

 So, in this guide you’ll find 42 of the best resume tips we could find for every step of the resume writing process.”

Tips for Writing a Great Resume

“Although it seems like common sense, having a rock-solid resume that includes all pertinent components is critical to landing your next job. Crafting an exceptional resume these days has the added challenge of attracting not only hiring managers but the software bots doing their upfront work.”

Cover Letters

All About Cover Letters!

Here you will find everything COVER LETTER related! 

Tips & Advice for Writing a Great Cover Letter

“When most people think about applying for jobs, they believe that writing their resume will be the most challenging part of the process. Your resume is, of course, extremely important, but it is the cover letter that accompanies it that makes the critical first impression on a hiring manager that will get you noticed. As such, it needs to be much more than a rushed, generic afterthought. “

How to Write a Cover Letter: The All-Time Best Tips

“Ah, the dreaded cover letter. Every time you sit down to write one, you probably browse cover letter examples online, get overwhelmed, and think something to the effect of: Does anyone really read these? Wouldn’t it be so much easier if I could just let my resume speak for itself?

First off: Yes, we can assure you that cover letters do, in fact, get read. In fact, to some hiring managers, they’re the most important part of your job application. And yes, while it would be easier to let your resume speak for itself, if that was the case you’d completely miss the opportunity to tell prospective employers who you are, showcase why they should hire you, and stand out above all the other candidates.”

The Interview Process-  How to do a successful interview

Interview Process

Here you will find tips and tricks about the interview process and how to do a successful interview

20 Tips For Great Job Interviews

Want to ace your next interview and land that open job you’ve been seeking? Here are 20 tips to help you prepare.

Best Techniques for a Successful Job Interview

“When you’re interviewing for a job, the little things can make a big difference. Even a small mistake can cost you a job offer. Take the time to prepare so you can make the best possible impression at every job interview you go on.

These interview techniques cover all the basics you need to know polish up your interview technique and ace a job interview. From checking out the company to sending an interview thank you note, make your meeting with the hiring manager a success from beginning to end.”

How To Ace A Phone Interview

“While you’re job searching, it’s important to be prepared for a phone interview on a moment’s notice. Many companies start the interview process with a phone call to discuss the job opportunity with a prospective employee, determine if the candidate is a good fit, and to gauge his or her interest in the position

In many cases, your interview will be scheduled in advance by email or phone. In others, you may receive a surprise phone call asking if you’re available to chat about a job.


You should also make sure that your outgoing voicemail message is professional.”

Job Interview Questions, Answers, and Tips to Prepare

“Do you have a job interview coming up? Are you prepared? The best way to get ready for an interview is to take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked, along with examples of the best answers. Knowing what you’re going to say can eliminate a lot of interview stress.”

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Creativity / Reasoning / Problem Solving


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