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The HBCU Career Center = Be Bold! May 23
One of my favorite questions to ask new grads when we do critiques. Please have an answer before it comes up in the interview. It will! .
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist 17 Sep 17
End Resume Fails! Understand why your best preparation for the job interview is the resume writing process
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Jump Start! 27 Oct 17
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist May 22
Why do we still make up silly writing rules? Personally, as a , I hate reading these professionally-written resumes where everyone sounds like a robotic script. Let’s get some humanity into resumes!
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The HBCU Career Center = Be Bold! May 23
are only useful if you use them. As a leader, I must be honest. If I read your resume and it has no outcomes, I won’t call you.
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist 1 Nov 17
Take our 60-minute resume challenge.
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist 28 Oct 17
Resume Tips to end resume fails. You have 6 seconds to get the attention of the manager.
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The HBCU Career Center = Be Bold! Jun 14
Please DO stuff! Your resume reflects your habits. If you DO nothing your resume will reflect that. TONs of resume tips at .
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist May 21
6 ways you are just killing your resume.
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist 25 May 18
Your resume sends an abundance of messages about you.
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#HR Pro - The Workplace Evolutionist May 22
Replying to @HRDudette
These are not bad words or overused words, when applied with an appropriate context to demonstrate outcomes. These “rules” are why many professionally written resumes are identical to each other and read like a script.
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