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5 Buzzwords to Remove from Your Resume

by Andrew Fennell | October 18, 2022

Find out which tired buzzwords to delete along with how to replace them with impressive skills and accomplishments.

5 Hobbies to Put on Your Resume

by Andrew Fennell | August 22, 2022

Here are five hobbies that can make your resume stand out among the crowd of applicants.

5 Essential Resume Tips for Students

by Andrew Fennell | June 22, 2022

Here are the five most essential tips to keep in mind when updating your resume if you're an undergrad or grad student.

5 Things You Need to Remove from Your Resume

by Andrew Fennell | May 24, 2022

A concise resume is essential for landing interviews. Here are five things to delete from your resume to optimize your chances of getting the job you want.

Do You Still Need to Write a Cover Letter?

by Andrew Fennell | April 25, 2022

Is it still necessary to send cover letters? Do employers even read them? We answer these and other common cover letter questions.

6 Things Never to Include on Your Resume

by Olivia Moss | January 27, 2022

Is there such a thing as too much information on your resume? Absolutely. Here are six things you should never include.

5 Skills Your Resume Needs in 2022

by Andrew Fennell | January 26, 2022

If you’re hoping to take advantage of the booming job market, you need to make sure your resume has these five skills.

How to Get Hired with No Experience

by Elea Andrea Almazora | December 06, 2021

There are ways of working around a lack of experience. What follows will guide you through a process to help you get hired despite having zero experience.

5 Tips for Creating a Video Resume

by PJ Taei | October 13, 2021

Video resumes are gaining in popularity, so if you're unsure how to make one, here are five essential tips to set you on your way to success.

What to Do When Employers Are Ignoring You

by Andrew Fennell | September 20, 2021

Here are five things to do to make sure your applications stand out and stay out of rejection piles.