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Making Your Marketing Resume Work

2 years ago from Tom Woodie

Your humble author recently had the opportunity to write a marketing resume for a friend. Finding a job in the marketing industry or even finding...

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Retired Military? Craft a Resume for a Civilian Job

2 years ago from Jane Hurst

Creating a resume isn’t always as easy as it looks, especially when you are trying to craft specific types of resumes. If you are...

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All the Tips You Need for Writing a Veteran Cover Letter

2 years ago from Mary Walton

A cover letter is one of the most important documents to include within a job application, alongside your resume. This is a great place to...

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9 Indispensable Resume Writing Tips for All Veterans

2 years ago from Mary Walton

Writing a resume as a veteran going into a civilian career is a relatively different compared to your typical form of resume writing. This is...

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Do Gaps on a Resume Really Matter?

3 years ago from Carol Lindberg

Most people have been taught something very scary about job-hunting: if you have a gap on your resume, you’ll likely be passed over for...

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Don't Blame the Hiring Manager

4 years ago from Jacqueline Contreras, CPRW

In one of my recent workshops, I listened to a few frustrated job seekers complain that politics and nepotism were ruining their chances of getting...

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Write the Resumé That Gets You Noticed - A Recruiter's Perspective

4 years ago from Erika Schlarmann

Since I’m a recruiter with lots of experience interviewing and hiring, I am often asked by friends (and friends of friends) to take a...

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Transition Condition

4 years ago from James Sipprell

Welcome to the world of 'un-predictability' ... The rules of civilian work are not clearcut nor is the path pre-determined. Living as you have in a...

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Bulletproof Your Resumé

4 years ago from Jay Hicks

As you transition from the Military to your next career, bulletproofing your resumé and having it stand out among hundreds of candidates will be a...

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The Art of Resume Writing

4 years ago from Lora kyle

Your resume is the first step in going from veteran to employee. However useful it is, to most people writing a resume is a daunting...

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