6 Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out

6 Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out
Hiring managers can look through hundreds of resumes a day. So how do you make sure that your is the one resume out of the hundred that they will look at? Here are 6 ways to make your resume stand out: Use buzzwords Every industry will have different buzzwords but words like "team player" and "managed" will draw attention to your resume. Make sure ...
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3 Resume Formats to Apply for a Job

3 Resume Formats to Apply for a Job
We've already reviewed types of resumes but even within different types of resumes there are different formats that serve various purposes. For a resume that you would use to apply for a conventional job there are 3 main formats that you should consider:Reverse ChronologicalWhat: This type of resume lists your work history starting from the most re...
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The Evolution Of Portfolios

The Evolution Of Portfolios
Have you ever wondered about the origin of portfolios? Let's be honest, you probably haven't. But it's interesting regardless! The word portfolio gets its origins from the Latin word portafoglio. The stem porta means "to carry" and the root foglio refers to "a leaf", or "loose sheets of paper", leading to the full word that is defined as a case-lik...
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4 Types Of Resumes You Need To Know About

4 Types Of Resumes You Need To Know About
When it comes to resumes, one size does not fit all. Different opportunities will want to see different information on your resume. Here are 4 main types of resumes that you might want to know about:Conventional/JobThis is likely the closest to what you picture when you hear the word "resume". A conventional resume or one that you would submit...
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Learning Through Reflection

Learning Through Reflection
In the words of American philosopher, psychologist and educational reformer, John Dewey: "We do not learn from experience ... we learn from reflecting on experience." A 2014 study done by Harvard Business School supports this statement in their findings that those who reflected on their performance on a pre-test performed significantly better than ...
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