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Whether you’re applying for a job, an academic award, or another opportunity, you will need the backing of people who know you and your work. Understanding the difference between a letter of recommendation vs. a reference letter can make all the difference in getting your candidacy to the next step.
A targeted skills section is a major component of an excellent resume. Adding your skill level to your resume makes that section even more effective. The blog below will help you develop a resume skills section that represents your abilities at their best.
Trying to pare down your skills list and wondering which will set you apart from the crowd and which you can jettison without losing standing in the ATS? Our super analysis of millions of job applications lets you know exactly what skills and courses other people put on their resume.
Your spreadsheets are the talk of the company because they look so great. You want to make sure your application to your dream job includes that you excel at Excel, but how do you highlight that on your resume? We look at how to do just that.
Should you send that application during the summer or over winter holiday? Over the weekend or first thing Monday? Timing may not be everything, but it can make a difference in your application. We look at the best time to apply for jobs to make the most of your search.
There’s a big world out there and you’re itching to explore it, but let’s face it, you have to eat. A remote job may be the answer. The blog below gets to the nitty gritty of what you need to know about securing a job that also lets you pack your bag and move on when you want to.
You want a memorable resume, but you want it memorable for the right reasons. Will color help or hinder that objective? Well…it depends. Read on to help you decide whether color is right for your job hunt and, if so, which colors are best.
You need to make a few bucks while you earn your university degree, that’s totally understandable. To find a position that gives you what you need and leaves you time to study, take a look at our advice below.
Describing yourself and your achievements can be a daunting task, especially when you really want the interview. The list of adjectives and writing guidance below is designed to inspire confidence and creativity.