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  Your Resume is Outdated
by Karen Bartell - Apr, 2007
It’s a fact. If you have not looked for a job in the last few years, or even if you have, you probably don’t know how to do it. So please read on. It could mean the difference between being called in for an interview and being passed over for a more savvy-and better prepared-job candidate. Times have changed. OK, so I’m stating the obvious, but did you know that nowhere is this more relevant than in today’s successful job s...
 
  Your Resume Will Be Thrown in the Trash
by Karen Bartell - Apr, 2007
Unless you know these insider tips, that is! If you have been sending out your resume en masse and ending up with a massive headache instead – getting nowhere- you had better read on…Your career just might depend on it. It’s a sad fact, but true. In today’s competitive marketplace, a job candidate has exactly 10-15 seconds to make an impression. Most employers / recruiters are very busy people, reviewing literally hundr...
 
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