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  • To Whom It May Concern

    Should I Use “To Whom It May Concern”? You shouldn’t use “To Whom It May Concern” in a cover letter unless you have no other choice. But if you have to, make sure you know how to do it properly. When you apply for a job, your goal is to impress the hiring manager and …

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  • Should You Thank the Hiring Manager after a Job Interview?

    Besides qualifications, job candidates’ character and behavior also affect their chances of landing a job. Hence, as someone who needs to impress the hiring manager, you’d surely vow to go the extra mile to prove you deserve the job. What would you do next after nailing a job interview? Forget about the outdated thank-you notes; …

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  • Smart Questions to Ask in a Job Interview

    The normal setting during job interviews is your potential employer asking you questions to know you better. The hiring manager asks, and you answer. As your job interview ends, one final question might be, “Do you have any questions?” Most applicants end interviews dead on after hearing the question. They also use it as a chance …

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  • Not Sending a Thank You Email After a Job Interview? Oh My God, Why Not? (+Email Template)

    The interview went well. You had a nice talk. You left with a warm feeling that this time you surely get the job. But in the end you didn’t.  No one called you back. No one sent you an email with a job offer. Why was that? Well, there might have been other factors at play. But perhaps …

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  • Non Profit Cover Letter

    Non Profit Cover Letter Example Generally, cover letters give hiring managers a comprehensive overview of your professional life and a glimpse into your personality. In addition, your non profit cover letter needs to showcase your altruism, dedication, and passion for the cause you’re applying to work for. Let’s look at a professionally written non profit …

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  • Cover Letter Font: Choosing the Best Font for a Cover Letter

    What Font Should a Cover Letter Be? Choosing the font for your cover letter might seem insignificant. However, don’t make the mistake of ignoring this small but important decision. The right font can elevate your cover letter and help your application appear polished. The wrong font can make your cover letter look unprofessional — and …

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  • Love for Job: Will Passion Lead You to Success?

    February, the month of love and Valentine’s Day. Every February 14, you’ll find your officemates in a giddy mood. It’s also not unusual finding your office decked by hearts, flowers, and red frilly decors. However, the chances of enjoying this day with your loved ones are almost unlikely, mainly because you’re sitting at your office chair and …

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  • Types of Resume

    The 8 Different Resume Types No matter how much experience you have or what kind of job you want, there’s a type of resume to fit your needs. Below we outline each type, so you can choose the best one for your job application. 1. Chronological Resume What It Is In a chronological resume, you …

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  • Acting Resume Writing Tips for Actors with Little Experience

    Is receiving an award and a standing ovation for an acting role your childhood dream? If you’re just starting out to build your career, your lack of experience will put you into a disadvantage. But don’t feel discouraged–you can still make your dream come true. Let us help you show your strong suit and learn …

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