How to put publications on a resume
Putting relevant industry publications on a resume is a popular way of enhancing your job application. If you have had the opportunity to share a message that has proven popular with an audience, why wouldn’t you want to share it with a prospective employer?
How to write an entry-level resume objective (with examples)
A resume objective, or summary, is a valuable tool when it comes to showcasing your qualifications and unique selling points. This blog will show you how to write an entry-level resume objective that lands the interview.
80 of the best resume adjectives for 2023 and examples of how to use them
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.
Core competencies: What are they and how should they appear on a resume?
What’s the difference between a core competency and a skill? Which should you choose and how should you present these abilities? We answer those questions and more below.
How to highlight military experience on your resume
Your transition out of the military requires a resume that expresses your talents in a way that civilian employers will understand. The blog below offers tips for making the most of your service in your post-military resume.
The truth about lying on your resume
Filling your resume with exclusively truthful statements about your career is harder than you might think. Lying on a resume can take many forms. Don’t give in to temptation.
How to list publications on a resume like a pro with examples
If you’ve gone through the trials of writing a paper or article, don’t be afraid to brag about it. Here’s how to list publications on your resume like a professional.
Bad resume examples
Is your resume bad? Probably not. Could it be better? Well, maybe. Have a look at our bad resume examples and see if you recognize anything that you could improve.
Summa cum laude vs. magna cum laude — what’s the difference?
Cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum laude — any of these hard-won claims to bragging rights may sound like mumbo jumbo to those who are both unfamiliar and impressed. Be mystified no more, as we decipher and differentiate these Latin terms using relatable language.
Putting your expected graduation date on your resume
Work and study now, graduate later. If that’s your timeline and you’re looking for a job, don’t let this common sticking point stand in your way: How do I put my expected graduation date on a resume? It’s really quite easy. Here are some tips and examples.
How to quantify your resume bullets (with examples)
Show them the money. Give them some numbers. Facts and figures are your friends. Of all the job search advice you’ve heard more than once, “quantify your resume bullet points” is likely high on the list. That advice does bear repeating because of the job-winning difference it can make.
How to display multiple positions for the same company on a resume
When you have moved up the career ladder at a previous employer, you should be proud to showcase it on a resume. But how can you display multiple positions for the same company?