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The key parts of a resume: a guide to resume building
The key parts of a resume: a guide to resume building

by Emily StokerEmily Stoker

The parts of a resume you should include are important. Every job seeker has to learn at some point what they are. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll take you through the pieces of the puzzle that are vital for a top-performing resume!
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Published in Job Interview

by Debbie BrideDebbie Bride

10 Bank teller interview questions with strong sample answers!
Acing a bank teller interview requires demonstrating technical knowledge, interpersonal skills, and a customer-centric approach. Practicing answers to these common interview questions can help you confidently prove your excellence for the role.
10 Bank teller interview questions with strong sample answers!
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7 min read

Published in Cover Letter

by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

How to sign a cover letter: a guide to professional correspondence
You’ve created the perfect cover letter, and you’re itching to send it. However, before you do so, there’s one thing to remember. Learning how to sign a cover letter is a must. Here’s a quick guide to get you started.
How to sign a cover letter: a guide to professional correspondence
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9 min read

Published in Resume Help

by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

How to make your resume stand out: unveiling the secrets
Applying for your next dream job? Before you press send, you need to know how to make your resume stand out. Read our guide to learn the expert secrets now.
How to make your resume stand out: unveiling the secrets
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16 min read

Published in Career

by Paul DruryPaul Drury

What are the pros and cons of unlimited PTO?
Is unlimited paid time off an HR trick to get talented employees in the door, only for them to realize that the limits are very real? We look at the reality of this popular benefit.
What are the pros and cons of unlimited PTO?
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9 min read

Published in Career

by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

Work-life balance for managers: how it affects your leadership
Want to become an effective leader? The key to your success may be boosting your work-life balance. Read our guide to find out how to get it right.
Work-life balance for managers: how it affects your leadership
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3 min read

Published in Career

by Paul DruryPaul Drury

How to apply for jobs if you have a criminal record
Applying for a job when you have a criminal record is complicated, but not impossible. We explore the potential and pitfalls of a delicate situation.
How to apply for jobs if you have a criminal record
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9 min read

Published in Career

by Charlotte GraingerCharlotte Grainger

Coworking spaces may limit your creativity, says new study
Coworking spaces are a great way to meet other professionals, but what are they doing to your creativity? New research reveals what you should know.
Coworking spaces may limit your creativity, says new study
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4 min read

Published in Career

by Debbie BrideDebbie Bride

Guide to finding a job after rehab
Putting your life back together following treatment for a substance use disorder is comparable to a full-time job. How can you manage an actual job search simultaneously after rehab? Here, we explore the challenges and rewards of reentering the workforce while recovery remains your top priority.
Guide to finding a job after rehab
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16 min read

Published in Resume Help

by Debbie BrideDebbie Bride

How to indicate availability on your resume: essential tips & strategies
Rarely is it necessary to indicate on your resume when you’re available to work, because availability can be assumed in most hiring circumstances. But in some instances, clarifying your work availability on your resume can benefit both you and potential employers.
How to indicate availability on your resume: essential tips & strategies
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11 min read

Published in Career

by Paul DruryPaul Drury

Quitting a job without another lined up: a risky move or a leap of faith?
When our job satisfaction nosedives beyond a certain point, quitting becomes inevitable. But should you sit and suffer until you have found a new job? Let’s consider the options.
Quitting a job without another lined up: a risky move or a leap of faith?
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14 min read

Published in Resume Help

by Susan ShorSusan Shor

Excel skills resume: highlighting your proficiency effectively
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.
Excel skills resume: highlighting your proficiency effectively
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11 min read
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