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22 11, 2017

How to build the best resume: Part 3

By |November 22nd, 2017|Tips for Job Seekers, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Most Common Mistakes Made When Building A Resume No one said job hunting was going to be simple. But, with an impressive, well-written resume by your side, the entire process will be made just that little bit easier. However, resume writing is often much harder than it seems and people often include to much content, [...]

17 11, 2017

How to build the best resume: Part 2

By |November 17th, 2017|Tips for Job Seekers|0 Comments

What do you need to include on your resume? It’s no secret that having a good resume is vital. But, if you don’t include all the right details and information, that resume is guaranteed to be unsuccessful almost every time. If you’ve read part one of our 2-part resume blog series, you’ll already know how [...]

8 11, 2017

How to build the best resume

By |November 8th, 2017|Tips for Job Seekers|0 Comments

Why a Resume Is The Most Important Part Any Job Application  In today’s competitive day and age, finding employment is now tougher than ever. With so much competition standing against you, it’s essential your job application makes an impact. According to a Glassdoor, on average, every corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes, [...]

8 09, 2017

Best Soft Skills to Include on your Resume

By |September 8th, 2017|Tips for Job Seekers|1 Comment

When looking for new jobs it is not only important to include relative hard skills but also showcase soft-skills in your resume. Many candidates often overlook their soft skills and focus only showcasing the skills that relate directly to the job position. Although hard skills are very important to your the structure to your resume, [...]

29 08, 2017

How to Make Your Resume Capture Attention in Less Than 10 Seconds

By |August 29th, 2017|Tips for Job Seekers|1 Comment

Research has shown that a potential employer will spend a mere 10 seconds skimming your resume. According to the Rockport Institute, “only one interview is granted for every 200 resumes received by the average employer.” The average time you have to persuade a typical hiring manager to read your resume further is 10 to 20 seconds. [...]

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