Category Archives: Employment

Avoiding Ageism in your Resume Without Misrepresentation

Follow Us In 2021, many companies are looking to revamp their workforce after the pandemic. They want to plan with the future in mind, now more than ever. Unfortunately, this leads to many companies looking at older, experienced professional resumes … Continue reading

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Should You Be Hesitant About Returning to Work?

Follow Us Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that now that millions of people have received the vaccine, businesses are reopening left and right. On the flip side, you have also probably heard that many companies … Continue reading

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How to Optimize a Resume for ATS Systems

Follow Us Have you been struggling with the job application process? Wondering what could be holding you back from getting any type of response to your applications? Take a deep breath and relax, because the problem might have absolutely nothing … Continue reading

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Manners Maketh Man: How Formalities Elevate Professionalism

Follow Us While many modern companies take pride in creating a more casual or laid-back workplace. Sometimes this allows for more honest communication with clients, in essence dropping the act. But many times, your demeanor and your formalities are both … Continue reading

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Why Your Boss Cares About Starting on Time

Follow Us There’s always something that can make us run out of time before work: the bus driver is new, the train runs late or you just plain woke up late. Whatever the case, if you’re not on time for … Continue reading

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Five Bachelor’s Degree Jobs that pay $100,000+

Follow Us Have a Bachelor’s Degree? These Jobs Will Pay You $100,000 If you’re a recent college grad, some of the salaries you see for jobs can be depressing. Nothing is quite as disheartening as seeing a job that pays … Continue reading

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When to Use Creativity at Your Job

Follow Us When can I be creative at my job? As a resume writer and journalist, I am always interested in how creativity fits into our jobs. Martin Yate, one of the foremost experts in the fields of resume writing, … Continue reading

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Top 6 Hottest Job Markets for 2020

Follow Us Location, Location, Location! – Top U.S. Job Markets for 2020 We have seen some promising reports suggesting the American economic recovery is continuing. Two of the biggest stories so far this year include a strong December Jobs Report … Continue reading

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Five Questions to Ask Your Online Resume Writer

Follow Us Looking for a Resume Writer Online? As with any online service, doing your background research on an organization before you make a purchase is essential. Online resume writing services are no different. No doubt you have seen dozens … Continue reading

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When a Free Resume Ends Up Costing You More Than a Professional One

Follow Us Free Resume Makers — a Good Idea? The most commonly searched keywords regarding resumes inevitably include “free” or “template” in them. Nobody wants to pay for something they think they can do themselves. A quick search will yield … Continue reading

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