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Is Your Resume a Time Capsule?

In a competitive job market, you’re only as current as your resume.

Too Much Information? Edit and Cut That Long Resume to Size

This TechnologyLadder member has 30 years’ experience to back up her job search.

5 Magic Words for Older Candidates

Words to use on your resume, and in your interview, if you’re over 40 years old.

Overnight Resume Success

HR executive receives resume rewrite by a professional resume writer and sees success one day later.

Board President’s Resume: Spinning a Resume from Web Sources

Alex Douzet had many online profiles, but no written resume; Certified professional resume writer Irene Marshall swept his Web trail to create an effective executive resume.

Professor’s Resume: From the Classroom to the Boardroom

An IT security professional receives a resume makeover Bridgitt Ann Robertson never thought she was conducting two separate careers.

The Perfect Resume: Easy to Read and Easy to Search

A 21st century resume must follow the old rules of grammar, brevity and clarity, but with a twist - Google must find it first.

Legal EVP Makes Her Case with New Resume

One legal EVP for the entertainment industry receives a resume rewrite.

The Evolution of the Resume: 1999 – 2009

Job searching with an outdated resume in this market will only bring you frustration and missed opportunities.

Resume Tactics for Job-History Puzzles

Smooth the bumps and curves in your career path.

Airlines Executive Receives a Resume Makeover

Formatting clean-ups make an operations expert’s resume as incredible as his accomplishments.

Are You Making These 4 Resume Mistakes?

Are You Making These 4 Resume Mistakes?

Ethics and Resume Writing

It is critical that all information reported on the document is accurate and something you can back up with facts if questioned.

A Finance Resume Makeover

  Jan Jobseeker (name withheld for confidentiality) had a good professional background but her approach to the organization and content of her old resume was haphazard and very two-dimensional.

Resume-Writing Strategies from a Career Coach’s Tool Kit

Here's how resume writers transform ordinary resumes into attention-grabbing documents.

Transforming an Executive’s Resume

Transforming an Executive's Resume Would you like resume advice from the experts?

Want to Know What a Great Resume Looks Like?

These resumes serve as a guide on how you should present your own accomplishments to land your dream job.

October 2008 – Does My Resume Stink?

October 2008 - Does My Resume Stink?

Where’s Your Executive Portfolio?

Ready examples of your work can help you close the deal.

The Must-Have Features of a Winning Resume

The Must-Have Features of a Winning Resume The possibility – or necessity – for a career change can arise at any moment.

Top 5 Resume Myths Exposed

Debunking the common resume myths that continue to plague job seekers’ strategies.

Transforming Your Resume Into an Interview Magnet

Your executive resume should tell the reader who you are, what value you bring, and where/how you have been successful.

Resume Tips for Baby Boomers

6 common baby boomer resume concerns.

Why the Top Third of Your Resume Counts

Make sure your resume is smartphone friendly.

How To Address Gaps In Employment History

How do you tactfully, accurately address the missing years in your resume and/or cover letter?