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How to Land a New Job

Job Search Cover Letter Job Interview Job Hunting Resume yahoo.com

Submitted May 29 2012 By Linda Cruz, 23 comments

Whether it's rewriting your cover letter, reviewing the way you approach interviews, or rethinking what kind of job will make you happy, here are some tips for landing a new job in the new year. You'll hear from authors, career experts, career coaches, and even entrepreneurs. Position yours...more»

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5 Commonly Asked Resume Questions

Resume Tips Resume Samples LINDSAY OLSON usnews.com

Submitted Jan 3 2012 By Jason Edwards, 15 comments

How long should it be? What format should I use? Job seekers always have questions like this about their resumes, and not knowing the answer might cost you a great position. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions. 1. How long should I make my resume? The ideal length of a resume...more»

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The Best Cover Letter I Ever Received

Cover Letter DAVID SILVERMAN Resume Example hbr.org

Submitted Nov 21 2011 By Susan Copper, 10 comments

I'd like to discuss cover letters. Here's my basic philosophy on them: don't bother. That's because the cover letters I see usually fall into one of three categories: The recap: The rйsumй in prose form. It's redundant, harder to read than the rйsumй, and provides no additional insight. The f...more»

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Updating a Resume for 2011

Resume Tips Resume Writing Resume Advice ELIZABETH GARONE wsj.com

Submitted Nov 21 2011 By Susan Copper, 6 comments

I am a senior executive and haven't looked for a job in more than 10 years. How can I make my rйsumй more current by today's standards?more»

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How to Write a Resume: Examples of What Not to Do

Resume Tips Resume Posting Resume Coach Resume Resume Builder cbsnews.com

Submitted Nov 24 2011 By Vincent Clayton, 7 comments

1. Apply for a job for which you are not remotely qualified 2. Include a lofty mission statement 3. Use one generic resume for every job listing 4. Make recruiters or hiring managers guess how exactly you can help their client 5. Don’t explain how past experience translates to a new position 6. D...more»

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Ten Tips for a (Slightly) Less Awful Resume

Resume Tips Resume Coach Resume Advice Resume STEVE YEGGE blogspot.com

Submitted Feb 5 2012 By Elina Douglas, 4 comments

WARNING: These are my own *personal* opinions, not Google's or Amazon's or anyone else's. I do think you'll find that most resume screeners at tech companies — particularly tech companies that build their own software in-house, like Yahoo! or eBay or Amazon.com or Microsoft or Google — will agree...more»

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