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An Easy Formula To Help You Craft The Perfect Professional Summary

While we don’t recommend making a habit of including a professional summary or profile at the top of your resume—that’s valuable real estate and you’ll almost always have an opportunity to tell that same story in more detail in your …

By Victoria Crispo - Idealist Careers
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3 Easily Fixable Things Your Cover Letter And Resume Are Not Doing

For a successful time-effective job search, you need to have both an excellent resume and an excellent cover letter.

While most employers do not require you to send a cover letter, sending one after all might only speak to your …

By Andjela Milenkovic - Ivy Exec
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Combating Imposter Syndrome | You Are Who You Know Yourself to Be

Should I apply for this job?

Am I even qualified?

Will they call me back?

These are just some of the questions you may ask yourself when you start reviewing the “qualifications” section of a job listing you’re excited about. …

By Dr. Waajida L. Small - Idealist Careers
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The Career Trajectory of the Future: The Mashup

Many people started down their career paths with the belief they would stay in the same field – or even at the same company – until retirement. Some envisioned their parents’ or even grandparents’ trajectory: choosing a career, landing a …

By Ivy Exec - Ivy Exec
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How to Decline a Job Interview Without Being the Worst

When a recruiter emails and invites you to interview for a job, your split-second reaction can range from “YESSSSS” to “ugh.” The “YESSSSS” next steps are pretty straightforward: You respond, schedule it, prepare for it, and shine bright like a …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
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