6 Resume Tips to Honor Memorial Day

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Smith Hanley Associates‘ Recruiters offer their resume tips for your job search. They also take this chance to honor their close relatives who served in the military. Happy Memorial Day!   Eda Zullo, Executive Recruiter, Pharmaceutical Analytics Father, Donald Rederscheid, Private 1st Class, U.S. Army Resume Tips: If you work for a very large company… Read more »

6 Resume Tips to Honor Memorial Day

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Smith Hanley Associates‘ Recruiters offer their resume tips for your job search. They also take this chance to honor their close relatives who served in the military. Happy Memorial Day!   Eda Zullo, Executive Recruiter, Pharmaceutical Analytics Father, Donald Rederscheid, Private 1st Class, U.S. Army Resume Tips: If you work for a very large company… Read more »

Unconventional Resumes – DON’T DO IT!

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You’ve worked hard. Your education, your experience, your skills are right in line with the job you are applying for. You’ve created a clear and concise resume that accurately reflects this, but something’s missing. How do you make your resume stand out from the 500 other applicants? You are thinking about turning your resume into… Read more »

Asking Everyone and their Brother for Resume Advice

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Asking Everyone for Resume Advice

I’m not going to tell you not to seek out resume advice. People feel very exposed when asking someone to critique their personal resume. Naturally they turn to people who love them to give the advice. Unless the people who love you work in the same line of work as you, they CANNOT comment on the… Read more »

8 Summary Statement No-no’s

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Summary Statement No Nos

The eight seconds of attention you have from an employer means your resume has to capture their interest quickly. A terrific summary statement can do that. A bad one means they won’t even read the rest of your resume. Here are eight no-no’s for writing your summary statement. 1. Assume an objective is as good… Read more »

Hidden Resume Mistakes

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It’s sad but true: job seekers are still making the same, easily avoidable mistakes on their resumes that they’ve been making for years—the types of mistakes that get their resumes deleted immediately. Yes, you need to avoid spelling errors, which spell-check won’t always catch, but most of all you have to streamline your resume and… Read more »