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by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

How to list a degree on your resume: Quick and easy guide
You worked hard for your education — it’s time to show it off. Listing a degree on your resume isn’t rocket science but you need to make sure you get it right. This blog will show you how.
How to list a degree on your resume: Quick and easy guide
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15 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

How to list awards on a resume (with examples)
Winning an award at work or during your education might seem like a pleasant pat on the back at the time, but a relevant award can also impress a potential hiring manager.
How to list awards on a resume (with examples)
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13 min read

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by Susan ShorSusan Shor

How to write a resume headline with 25+ examples
A resume headline can be your ticket to the interview you desire. But what exactly is a resume headline and how do you best take advantage of it? This blog will show you everything you need to know.
How to write a resume headline with 25+ examples
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14 min read

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by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

How to show a promotion on your resume: The simple guide
Showing off your promotion doesn’t have to be hard. In this blog, we reveal three of the simple ways you can list this achievement on your resume.
How to show a promotion on your resume: The simple guide
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13 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

Critical thinking skills: What are they and why do employers care about them?
Thinking through a difficult problem with a logical and unbiased approach lies at the heart of great decision making. Critical thinking skills are highly prized by all employers, so make sure to talk about them during your job search.
Critical thinking skills: What are they and why do employers care about them?
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15 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

The best personality examples for your resume
The stories that you share in your resume will hint at the personality behind the professional. Hiring managers will have a good idea what sort of person they want on their team, so how do you convey the job-winning traits? This blog explores the answer.
The best personality examples for your resume
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14 min read

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by Karl KahlerKarl Kahler

Should I put my address on my resume?
Do you still need a mailing address on your resume in the digital age? The answer is yes, no, and maybe. Here are the pros and cons to consider about telling employers where you live.
Should I put my address on my resume?
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12 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

40+ hobbies and interests for your resume to impress any interviewer
It has long been a job search rule that experienced professionals should not put hobbies and interests on resumes. However, as work/life boundaries shift, employers are increasingly interested in the broader aspects of a candidate’s personality. Time for a rethink.
40+ hobbies and interests for your resume to impress any interviewer
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18 min read

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by Susan ShorSusan Shor

Strengths and weaknesses (and how to handle them during your job search)
You’ve scheduled an interview for your dream job. So exciting! You really want to nail it and you know certain questions are coming: “What are your strengths?” followed by “What are your weaknesses?” but this is your dream job and you want to get these answers right.
Strengths and weaknesses (and how to handle them during your job search)
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23 min read

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by Karl KahlerKarl Kahler

How to end an email: The ins and outs of signing off
From “Sincerely” to “Best wishes” and beyond, here’s our best advice on how to end an email. Know your target, tailor your sign-off to match your relationship, keep it professional – and don't even think of using “xoxo.”
How to end an email: The ins and outs of signing off
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10 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

How to introduce yourself (with examples)
A great introduction can set the tone of the rest of the interview and give the employer (and yourself!) confidence in your skills and abilities. Here’s everything you need to know when it comes to making a great introduction.
How to introduce yourself (with examples)
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15 min read

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by Paul DruryPaul Drury

How to answer “Why did you leave your last job?”
“Why did you leave your last job?” is a classic interview question that should be answered carefully. A prudent response can help you win over the employer and put you on the path to landing the position.
How to answer “Why did you leave your last job?”
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28 min read
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