Our collection of job seeker-geared articles provide tips and guidance on resume and cover letter writing, the art of interviewing, landing the position you want, and moving your career in the right direction.
When it comes to a Work History section, focusing on accomplishments is 100 times more important than focusing on responsibilities.
Some resume criticism is meaningful, but some can actually slow you down. Read on and find out how to make the most of your feedback.
Writing a resume can be tough when you're a college student. Read on for guidance how to format and write your resume.
Here's how to write your CNA cover letter and resume to create a compelling application package for your next CNA job.
Job seekers: Not having much success with your cover letters? Use the advice in this article to upgrade your cover letter and get your resume read.
Most failed cover letters aren’t rejected because they’re terrible—they’re rejected because they’re just okay. Learn how to write a great one.
If your letter is drab or full of simple errors, it sends the message that you don't care enough about the job or the employer to do your best.
It's not uncommon for applicant's cover letter to tip the hiring scales in their favor. Let's show recruiters you're interview-ready.
In most job interviews, some version of a question requiring you to discuss the problem areas of your work life is almost sure to come up.
Pajamas are not an option. Learn what to focus on, wardrobe-wise, when sitting down for a Skype interview for a job.
Educators will find guidance on how to respond to four of the most common teaching job interview questions.
Economics majors take on many careers. Here are the 9 most common interview questions for economics graduates that you should be prepare for.
Accelerate your job search with these four practical tips and land yourself interviews in no time at all.
Mid-year is great time to evaluate how first half of year has gone and what you hope to accomplish in second half. Learn how to conduct career review.
Your image is part of your career brand. Add your face to social networking profiles to build your know, like, trust factor. Help build your brand.
Graduating with a visual arts degree and unsure where to start? This eight-step guide outlines how visual arts majors can find their first job.
A professional portfolio that highlights your achievements can help you stand out as you apply and interview for many kinds of entry-level jobs.
Graduation is soon, and it's time to start finding your first job after college. Here's the step-by-step process to find and apply for jobs.
Art teachers help students understand shape, color and texture. Here's how to become an art teacher leveraging your creativity and new degree.
Are you a criminology major preparing to enter the workforce? Here are six tips to follow as you begin to plan your career.
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