Career Advice

From Marc Cenedella
Marc Cenedella

The world's leading venture capitalist of today shared the career advice below almost a decade ago. While the advice is targeted at the young, I think the experienced ought to pay heed.

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Getting Your Resume Into the Right Hands

Combine new-age research with old-fashioned correspondence to increase your chances for success in the job search.

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Job Search 102, expensive articles we wrote for professionals like you

Last week I told you about the importance of getting your resume professionally written. This week I want to talk to you about Job Search 102.

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Can You Match Your Resume to a Job Description?

Use the right keywords to tap the "hidden accomplishments" in every job description.

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The Right Search for the Right Job

Partner with the job-search engine to target the best matches for you.

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Taking Time to Rewrite That Resume

Don’t let the challenges of a resume rewrite overwhelm you. Take a look at your skills and successful resumes to get your head in the game.

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Hot Tech Skills Bend Resume-Writing Rules

What grabbed the recruiter's eye was the security pro's certification, on top of his resume and smack dab in front of her face.

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Your Resume Shouldn't Play Games

Why unconventional resumes drive hiring managers and recruiters nuts.

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SEO Your Resume

How to make your resume more “findable” on sites like TheLadders and why optimizing your Web site is very different from doing that to your resume.

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Lose the Eyebrow-Raising Accomplishments From Your Resume

Some career results are so over-the-top or irrelevant, they can skew your job chances.

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Refresh Your Resume for 2011 Before You Have To

The new year is the perfect time to reflect on milestones, refresh the accomplishments and performance numbers and put it all down in your resume, should you need one in 2011.

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