Tips and Advice

Tips for Resume Writing

From MIT Career Development Center
Your resume should be a concise summary of the high points of your education, work experience, and other qualifications relevant to your audience’s needs and to your employment interests, not a complete history of your life. It communicates your professional qualifications to employers, to interest them in interviewing you, and it creates their first impression of you. It is a marketing tool and an introduction to you and your experiences. Do enough research about the employer and the field to decide which messages are most important to your audience, and communicate these messages succinctly and clearly in a visually appealing format. READ MORE

Resume Templates & Samples

Interview Tips

From Monster.com
Like many career advice experts, Steve Fogarty, staffing partner at Waggener Edstrom, says candidates should research a company thoroughly before an interview. And if the company is a private firm, that's not an excuse to skip doing your homework. READ MORE

Other Helpful Links

Anatomy of a Memorable Résumé
10 Things to Do After the Interview
How to Calm Job Interview Jitters
6 Ways to Minimize Conflict With Co-Workers
How to Navigate a Difficult Conversation

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