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Retiring the one-page resume

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by Haley Martin, Creative Recruiter & Hembree Monk, Technical Recruiter

When it comes to the perfect resume template, there’s no “one-size-fits-all.” And with a multitude of industries and available roles in the job market, resumes tend to look vastly different from person to person. Historically, job hunters have been taught that the golden rule in resume building is the “one-page” rule. We beg to differ. Read more

8 tips to craft a winning creative resume

8 tips to craft a winning creative resume

In today’s competitive job market, your resume must make you stand out. With the increase in bootcamp trainings, specialized degree programs and advanced degrees, your background is likely similar to other job seekers. How you present yourself on your resume could be the difference between a call back or a declined application. Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your resume makes you shine.

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How to get your resume noticed in 6 seconds or less


How long would you guess it takes for a recruiter to review your resume and decide if it’s a fit?

5….6 minutes?

Try 6 seconds, according to a research study by TheLadders.com. Read more

9 tips to write a brag-worthy resume

9 tips to write a brag-worthy resume

Summarizing your skills, education and job history and fitting it onto one or two pages isn’t always easy, especially when you don’t know a hiring manager’s preferences or what is most relevant to a position. We’ve got a good idea of what companies look for. Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your resume makes you shine.

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8 phrases/words to avoid in your resume

So, you’re ready to start your job search. First order of business is to get your resume updated. While resume trends come and go, here are 8 phrases and/or words that should never be used on your resume. Read more