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How to Land Your Dream Job

So many of us are tired of working dead-end job after dead-end job. We want opportunity for growth in an environment that is intriguing, where we truly look forward to going into work every day. Having job experience is no longer enough to land the...

Five Tips to End a Job Interview Well

Job interviews can be daunting no matter your age or experience. Sitting across from your potential new boss as they evaluate your compatibility with the company and capability at the job is a nerve racking experience. However, regardless of how...

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Get the Job You Want without Losing the One You Have

While it is not uncommon for employees to search for a new career path when they hold a current job, there can be certain challenges that can crop up with this type of job search. If it becomes apparent to your supervisors that you are looking for...

Questions NOT to Ask in a Job Interview

Asking questions during a job interview demonstrates your knowledge and interest in the position and can also help you determine if the company is a good fit for you. However, they will only benefit you if they are the right questions. While it is...

33 of the Funniest Resume Mistakes in 2013

Typos and bad jokes found in resumes are not as rare as you might think. With a resume quite possibly being the most important document you’ll ever have to write, how do you miss something like spelling ‘deetail-oriented’ wrong? For many it’s simply...

How to Build a Resume that Stands Apart

A resume is only as good as the content on the page. The content on the page is only as good as its candidate, or is it? It’s not uncommon for a CV (Curriculum Vitae) to exaggerate the skills and experience an applicant might have. In fact, for...

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5 Ways to Make Your Resume Shine

Today’s fluctuating job market can be more than just competitive. It can be downright cutthroat. If you’re searching for a job, you should be proactive and ambitious no matter how many potential candidates are vying for the same position. Using the...

Ben Kenneally competing in the 2013 Nice Ironman

Resume.com is proud to have sponsored Ben Kenneally competing in the 2013 Nice Ironman competition, his first Ironman competition, in support of Parkinson’s disease research through the Rotary Foundation. Set throughout the rugged, picturesque...

Should You Include A Photo With Your Resume?

Including a photograph with your resume is acceptable in many countries, but the United States is not one of them. Even though potential employers will probably view social media profiles, you should not include a picture of yourself with your...

The Most Creative Resumes You Will Find

The job hunt can be grueling. It is a rough market and applicants are pulling out all the stops to land a job. Being creative and designing a resume that stands out from those of other applicants just might get you in the door to your dream job...

Dress for Success – What to Wear to an Interview

Your appearance and how you dress will speak volumes to an interviewer. It doesn’t just contribute to your first impression – it is your first impression. When you walk into that office, do you know what kind of message you are sending?

How to Determine What Job is Best for You

Are you having a hard time finding the right job? There are actually a lot of people out there who have never felt like their career suited them just right. But, there is a job out there for everyone – something that matches your personality...