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  • Update Your Resume: Special Coronavirus-Related Content Tips

    Looking for a new job in the middle of a raging pandemic? That’s no easy task. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of people will soon have to experience such hard-mode job hunt first hand. Yes, it’s still possible to find a job, even in a time like this. We’ve already talked a bit about that here, …

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  • Job Search During the Coronavirus Outbreak? Difficult But Not Impossible

    “And just when I thought I had finally had my life under control,” I saw a friend of mine vent on his Instagram last week. I could sympathize. His job offer got rescinded last minute due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. True, he’s not fighting for his life in a hospital like many others. Compared …

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  • How Do Curriculum Vitae and Resume Differ from Each Other?

    The “CV vs. resume” issue has since been bothering many job hopefuls. As a professional, you might have also encountered before the challenge of knowing how these documents differ. If you’re still in need of a guide when to use each document, read on to find out their differences and know which one you should …

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  • Home Office? These 13 Tips Will Help You Stay Productive and Sane

    Our office has been empty since last Thursday. Everyone at Kickresume was told to stay home. And we are not alone in this. Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, many companies have asked their employees to stay in their homes. Even corporate giants like Amazon, Google, Microsoft or Facebook have already cancelled their meetings and …

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  • Resume Spelling

    How Do You Spell Resume? The short answer is: it’s completely up to you. “Resume,” “résumé,” and even “resumé” are all supported by dictionaries and style guides, so you can pick the one that most appeals to you. Here’s what some major dictionaries and style guides say about the proper spelling of “resume”: Merriam–Webster: prefers …

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  • Resume Outline

    How to Use a Resume Outline Learning how to write a resume that effectively highlights your strengths can require a lot of effort. A resume outline breaks up that difficult process by giving you a proven structure you can use as a starting point to craft your application. Resume outlines help you visualize: what resume …

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  • Resume Title Examples and Tips in Writing a Striking Resume Headline

    On average, hiring managers take only 6 to 7 seconds to screen resumes and decide whether the applicant makes it to the shortlist of those fit for a job interview. This is after hundreds of resumes pass through applicant tracking systems or ATS. That said, how do you make sure your resume beats the ATS …

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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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