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5 Wardrobe Malfunctions Your Interviewer Won’t Tell You About (Men’s Edition!)
Since most of you will be applying to work in conservative, professional environments like law firms, investment banks, and corporations, I advise you to...
Little White Lies—Bar Admissions
It’s very tempting for job seekers—especially if they’ve sent out many resumes without receiving positive responses from employers—to bump up their qualifications. One common...
Uploading Your Resume To LinkedIn Or Other Social Media
In a word: Don’t. LinkedIn has made it very easy to upload your resume as a .pdf to make it part of your LinkedIn...
Using Your Resume As The Hub Of A Well-Planned Job Search
An outstanding resume is only one part of a successful job search. Yes, it is one of the biggest parts of your job search,...
Verify Employment Information With Past Employers
On resumes, you often don’t need to include the exact months of employment; years or even seasons (for example, Summer 2013) are sufficient. However,...
3 Hygiene and Grooming Faux Pas Your Interviewer Won’t Tell You About
Men and women have different faux pas when it comes to wardrobe, but they make a lot of the same mistakes when it comes...
Why Your Resume Should Be Ready Before You Need A Job
One of the simplest and most important tactics you can implement in your job search and career development is to be ready. Invest the...
9 Reasons You’re Sitting At Home While Your Competition Is Networking
Networking is still (and might always be) the best way to secure employment, as well as career growth and business development opportunities. Networking starts...
Little White Lies—Rounding Up Your GPA
It’s very tempting for job seekers to want to give their GPAs a little bump up. Isn’t it more appealing to say that you...
Getting Ready to Update Your Resume? Avoid These 4 Common Mistakes
It’s inevitable—the time has come for you to update, revise, or retarget your resume. So you pull up your current version and get ready...