talk too much

Fighting for Air Time in an Interview

I’m an observer and sometime eavesdropper. It’s hard not to be when sitting at Starbucks and I see that someone is being interviewed. This morning I noticed a man reviewing and taking notes on resumes. From his body language, I could see he was waiting for someone and indeed a young woman walked in and introduced herself. […]

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taking control

Two Students. Two Different Job Search Outcomes

This is a story of two students. Both are graduating college this weekend. As freshman, each had an idea of the career they wanted to pursue and chose their majors accordingly. Each directed their on-campus activities to align with their careers and rose to leadership positions within the organizations. And both had summer internships in […]

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10 things your resume is probably missing—that recruiters definitely want to see

Happy to have contributed to this article…. Your resume needs to have the nuts and bolts covered before you can expect a call for an interview. Daniel Bortz, Monster contributor You wouldn’t show up to a job interview half dressed or wearing last decade’s fashion choices—we hope not at least!—so why send out a resume […]

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art and science

There’s art and Science to Writing a Resumé

Your resumé is the key to opening doors in your job search. Resumes, whether you choose paper, web-based or video format are a brief account of your personal, professional and educational experience intended for an employer’s human resources professional, recruiter and/or hiring-manager to help them discern if you are a qualified candidate for the open […]

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