You have options when it comes to formatting your resume. The format you choose should best highlight your skills and qualifications. Consider these tips.
90% of Fortune 500 companies use applicant tracking systems (ATS). Here's how to optimize your ATS resume for those super-competitive entry-level roles.
Building your first resume? You'll need to know the ins and outs of design to create the best resume format for your first job.
Employers want you to perform the job's functions, communicate and work well in teams. Feature these soft skills on your resume.
As a new college grad, you have many skills to bring to your career. Here's how to highlight the skills you gained in school in your cover letter.
As you're crafting cover letters, creatively accent the positive. Here are some phrases to avoid and how to position a lack of formal experience.
Soft skills, like critical thinking, flexibility and creativity are in demand. Here's how to talk about your best soft skills in your cover letter.
With no 'real job' on your resume, you can position college projects as useful experience. Here's how to include coursework in a customized cover letter.
From traditional to case to panel to video to behavioral, here's your guide to the seven types of interviews you may face, and how to ace them.
The company you work for is as important as the position itself. Here's how to research a company (and its competitors) during your job search.
College students have limited wardrobes, and even more limited budgets. Here's how to dress for an interview before you earn a paycheck.
Video interviews are common and can add complexity and anxiety to finding your first job. Here are some tips on preparing for your first video interview.
The chronological resume is an ideal format for recent college graduates to apply relevant entry-level experience and skills.
From recent engineering grad to your first full-time position. Learn everything you need to know about finding entry-level electrical engineering jobs.
Leveraging art, writing, technology and collaboration skills, graphic design can be a great job. Here are five steps to start your graphic design career.
Journalism can be a great career for skilled storytellers. Here are four tips for how to become a journalist — an exciting and fast-paced career.
You're getting ready to graduate and are thinking about relocating. Here are some tips for finding a job out of state after college.
Networking is key to success, but colleges don't teach it in the classroom. We'll tell you how to network with professors while you're still on campus.
What do employers look for when hiring recent graduates? An experienced recruiter shares the characteristics of an ideal graduate.
To succeed in any new job, you'll need to build effective relationships in the workplace. Explore our tips for working positively with colleagues.