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3 Ways to Avoid Being a Jack of All Trades, Master of None


It’s great to have a variety of interests. One of the things I love the most about being a freelance writer is that I get to learn about all of my favorite hobbies without having to spend a dime on schooling every time a career perks my ear. Here are some more reasons why I […]

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4 Tips on Filling Out a Job Application


You’ve polished your resume (and sent it out to many prospects), had your suit dry-cleaned, bought some real leather shoes, and practiced your firm handshake. Sounds like you’re all ready to hit the ground running on the job interview process. And then it happens! You get an email saying that Company A (one of your […]

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5 Job Search Tips You May Not Have Considered


. In this age of technology searching for a job is not what it used to be. No longer can you stick your head in the sand when it comes to searching for a job online. You have to an online presence, as well. The Internet is probably your biggest job search tool, and if […]

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Are Online Resume Builders Worth It?

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You sit down to write your resume and what’s the first thing you do? Probably stare at a blank page for a good half hour. If it’s been years since you’ve had to write a resume chances are you don’t even know where to start. And even though there are countless resume tips and articles […]

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8 Resume Myths Debunked


When you set out to find a new job the first task at hand is to update the dreaded resume. I say dreaded because most people have no idea what to put on a resume; they either include every personal detail about themselves or so little information you’d think they were part of the witness […]

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