5 Tips for an Effective Internship Cover Letter

When looking for an internship, it’s important to find ways to distinguish yourself from all the other applicants. One way to do this is to include a cover letter with your resume. Cover letters are great for providing potential employers …

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I’m a University Recruiter at UNIQLO. Here’s What I Look For

Michelle Le has worked for UNIQLO for four years and is currently a university recruiter. Known for its simple, high-quality, everyday clothing designed with life’s needs in mind, UNIQLO is a global clothing apparel brand originally founded in Japan. The …

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The AI and other tech tools employers want you to know

Along with the rest of the nation, American business owners are concerned about a recession looming. In a recent survey conducted by B2B Reviews, business owners shared their recession fears and preparations for uncertain economic times. To stay competitive, many …

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Ask Alexis | Should I List an Unrelated Job on My Resume?

Hello Ask Alexis,

For about eight months after leaving my social services job, I took a transitional, non-career-related position. I was wondering if is best to list this job on my resume or leave it out and explain the gap …

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3 Tips for Building a Strong Reference List

When a hiring manager asks for your references, it’s usually a sign that you’ve made it to the final stages of the hiring process. So how can you choose references that will help you seal the deal and not give …

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From Passion to Profession: The Effects of Incorporating Activism Into Your Resume

In today’s increasingly socially conscious world, job applicants are finding it important to show potential employers that they are passionate and committed to fighting for the causes they believe in. A recent study conducted by Skynova revealed that half of …

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6 Tips for a Better Digital Portfolio

A professional portfolio is a great way to showcase previous projects and accomplishments, and there are many ways in which you can put your portfolio out there for potential employers to see. In the old days, this would require actual …

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5 Common Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Your First Job

Applying for your first job can be intimidating. Luckily, there’s a way to significantly improve your chances of getting hired: including a cover letter in your application whether it’s required or not. Doing so shows a level of professionalism that …

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3 Essential Differences Between a Resume and a LinkedIn Profile

You’ve likely heard that your resume and LinkedIn profile should mimic each other.

For instance, the position titles and years you held them should be the same on both mediums. If they don’t correspond, employers will wonder if you’re hiding …

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The Dirty Dozen: The Worst Things You Can Put On a Resume In 2022

Here’s a sad fact.

Most people are still writing 20th century resumes.

Back in high school or college, someone showed you how to write one and you have never changed it up. Well, just like big hair isn’t in fashion …

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