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Tag: Best Resume Tips to Follow


Best Ways to Explain Gaps in Your Resume

May 15th, 2019

If you’ve been away from work for an extended period of time, jumping back into the job market can feel daunting. You may not know how to explain gaps in your resume, or if you should even apply for jobs when it’s clear that you haven’t worked in some time. Here’s how to handle resume… Read more »

Does Your Resume Pop? Here Are Some Ways to Stand Out in a Competitive Market

January 22nd, 2019

It’s said that hiring managers spend an average of six seconds scanning each resume before deciding whether or not to consider the candidate further. That’s six seconds in which your resume needs to stand out – in all the right ways. Here’s how to create a resume that works for you: Speak the employer’s language.… Read more »

Give Your Resume a Makeover: These 8 Phrases Must Go!

October 20th, 2017

Resume writing has become a genre of its own, with its own jargon, expectations, and formatting. It’s also generated its own set of tired, cliché words and phrases that can cause hiring managers to lose interest—and your resume to fall to the bottom of the pile. To improve your resume, strike these eight words and… Read more »

5 Tips for Crafting the Perfect Resume

April 8th, 2016
Twin Cities Accounting Staffing

Your resume does a great deal of “heavy lifting” in your job application.  It introduces you to the company, highlights your best work, and provides a “snapshot” of your skill as a professional and your likelihood to succeed in this job.  That’s a tall order for one page!