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Not all hospitality workers need to include a skills section, but if you do, be sure to include these in your resume skill section.
Resume summary statements are difficult to write but an important aspect of a resume. Incorporate these tips to show a company what you can offer.
Restaurant work offers opportunities for job seekers of all experience level. Learn to write an entry-level restaurant resume and get your foot in the door.
Chronological, Functional, or Combination? Which resume format should you use as a recent college grad? Read on to find out.
From whitespace to selecting font type, all these formatting tips matter in a resume. Prepare your resume using these formatting tips from our experts.
Resume formatting can be confusing if you haven't updated your resume in a while. We explained which is better—a resume objective or a summary statement.
What is a chronological resume format and when do you use it? Here we’ll discuss when a chronological resume format is appropriate with your experience.
Since it sits at the top of the page, most hiring managers start reading a resume at the summary statement. Don't let your hospitality worker resume suffer.
If you’re a senior looking for a job, but afraid of sounding overqualified, follow these tips on what you should include in your education section.
New to the nursing field? Here's an in-depth guide on how to craft an entry-level nursing resume that'll help you get your foot in the door.
Resumes are necessary, even if you don’t have any experience. If you’re a job seeker with no formal work experience, choose this resume format.
Large gaps in your employment history can be a red flag to some employers. Find out which resume format you should use to land the job.