Leave These Three Things Off Your Resume If You Want An Interview


Writing a resume can be tough, but editing it down can be more challenging. There is a natural inclination to try to share our full work histories. However, just as it is hard to hear a conversation in a noisy environment, it can be hard for a hiring manager to find relevant experience in an overloaded resume. As you work towards an easily digestible resume that says “I am the right person for this job,” these items need to go:

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Four Things You Must Know Before You Meet With A Recruiter

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It makes sense to include an employment service like AppleOne in your career planning. They are experts in the local employment market, and they have the connections you need with local companies. Plus, their services are completely free to the job seeker, so your only investment is time. Your time is valuable though, so here are some things you should do to increase your chances of landing a great new job.

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Celebrate Your Year and Prepare For Your Yearly Review


As we get ready to welcome 2018, it’s time to take a moment to celebrate what you were able to accomplish in 2017. Not only is it good to celebrate your achievements, it’s also important that you focus on what you’ve been able to do for your upcoming yearly review. Management may remember some of your achievements, but you should be ready to talk about places you’ve excelled throughout the year. Here are four tips that will help you go into your review prepared and ready to talk about everything you’ve accomplished this year:

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The Three Very Basic, Very Important Phone Hacks That Can Get You Your Next Job


In the age of the internet, a phone call is still a powerful tool in your job search. While tech does play a big part in the modern search, don’t discount some very basic, yet vitally important, things you can do with your phone (and without Wi-Fi). Whether it’s a new iPhone or your trusty old flip-phone, here are three things you can do right now that will make a huge difference.

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How To Sell Your Unorthodox College Major


No matter what major you studied in college, knowing how to market yourself can help you secure a job. If you received your degree in an unorthodox field, you can still impress an employer by focusing on your transferable skills and emphasizing your uniqueness as a candidate. To devise a strategy on how to market yourself at your next interview, consider these three questions about your college experience.

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Questions to Ask Your Interviewer


So you’re nearing the end of your interview when your interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?” Many applicants are caught off-guard; after all, aren’t you supposed to answer questions rather than ask them? However, this query can actually be a golden opportunity to impress your interviewer and learn more about the company. Here are five ways that you can respond when your interviewer asks you for questions.

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