Topic: Resume

Your resume is the most important tool in your employment campaign. It needs to be versatile enough to pass muster with human and software resume screeners, HR specialists, and the hiring manager for whom you hope to work.

Bottom line: A winning resume must be an ad for your value, not a product manual of every function you’ve ever performed in your career. It needs to stand out from the crowd, but it also needs to follow formatting and content rules that will keep it moving through the system.

Sound tricky? Read on for articles that spell out the resume rules.

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What Gets Your Resume to the Hiring Manager?

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8 Essential Tips for Writing Your Resume

8 Essential Tips for Writing Your Resume

Sell your hard skills effectively with these resume writing tips.

10 Skills that Look Great on Any Resume

10 Skills that Look Great on Any Resume

Showcase these on your resume and increase your chances of getting the interview.

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The Y2K Bug… on your resume

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How to Proofread Your Resume

How to Proofread Your Resume

Should you proofread your resume backwards?

Make Your Resume Answer Someone’s Prayers

Make Your Resume Answer Someone’s Prayers

Show you understand the employer’s needs and embody the solution.

Seasoned is For Steaks, Not Your Resume

Seasoned is For Steaks, Not Your Resume

Leave the “seasoned” for the steaks, and choose more powerful, effective words when crafting your resume.