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Do You Have an “A” Resume? Not Good Enough!

If you’ve been a straight-A student your whole life, then you probably know how to put together an ‘A’ resume pretty quickly.  And you’ll probably highlight that A-level GPA on your resume.  It will look something like this: Straight_A_Resume_Before Only … Continue reading

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Is Your Resume Too Long? Here’s a Too-Long “Before” Resume and a One-Page “After”

A common resume problem: it’s too long! Here is the “too long” resume–what we’re calling the before resume: Before_Resume_Too_Long. Here is the shortened after resume: After_Resume_One_Page. While it’s true that there’s no longer a hard and fast rule that a … Continue reading

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Worried That Your Resume Is Too Long? Here Are Two Tips to Help!

While the concept of the single page resume is relatively antiquated given that most job search materials are submitted electronically, it is still important to be as clear and concise as possible on your resume. And if you’re a recent … Continue reading

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