Soft Skills: Language in Resumes

  Over the course of this series, we’ve discussed a variety of soft skills essential to professional success. Having these skills, however, is not enough. You must also develop and refine the ability to convey your proficiency through language. Though the format varies slightly, the core elements of a resume have remained relatively consistent over … Continue reading Soft Skills: Language in Resumes

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The Importance of a Well-Done Resume & Cover Letter

The resume and cover letter are staples in the job search. They're the number one thing you use to get your foot in the door, highlight your successes and show how much of a superstar you are. Yet, many job seekers underestimate the importance of well-written resumes and cover letters– making even the biggest of … Continue reading The Importance of a Well-Done Resume & Cover Letter

5 Ways to Build Your Resume in College

Your college resume is your springboard into the workforce. Building a solid professional profile is the best way to land your dream job. Here are 5 things to do while in college to create a well rounded resume. 1. Summer Internships and Co-Ops The best way to show an employer that you are ready to … Continue reading 5 Ways to Build Your Resume in College

How to Create a Resume: Part 3

← Go to Part 2: Header, Objective, Education Here's how to add your experiences, courses, and skills to your resume. As always, click here for a few resume examples to refer to while reading this guide. 7. Adding Your Experience This section allows you to showcase your employment, volunteer and school experiences that relate to … Continue reading How to Create a Resume: Part 3