Category Archives: Resume Tips

How to Achieve a 1st in CV Writing


It is at this time of year that many students will be celebrating as they hand in their final pieces of coursework and sit that last dreaded exam, before packing up their things and moving out of the student digs they have lived in for the past three years. If […]

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The Exit Interview


When a romantic relationship comes to a screeching halt, you are often provided with a detailed list of everything you’ve done wrong. Forms of delivery vary; there’s the shouting match, where you can’t look your neighbours in the eye for six months following; there’s the scathing email, where your ex-partner […]

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The Virtue Behind Health Care Education


The significance of health care education lies in the principle that it is a perilous job that creates an impact to any individual both emotionally and physically. Anyone venturing the health care education may include doctors, nurses, therapists, associate healthcare providers and many others. The healthcare business is in constant […]

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Associates Degree Programs: Get A Career In Two Years


Do you want to pursue your studies but too cash-strapped to do so? What are your options? Well, the good news is there are actually lots of great careers out there that you can take with only an Associate’s degree. That means you no longer need to spend up to […]

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A Runner’s Tale: Making It In Media


It’s a sad truth that getting a job in media is one of the more difficult tasks to accomplish. But, it is possible. I know, I’ve done it. Like any career, there are lots of pathways to success, but my own personal journey began in one of the more commonplace […]

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Six Useful Tips on Working from Home


It’s never been easier, or more appealing, to work from home. The rise of online job boards and the massive range of freelance contracts available in every field of employment mean more people than ever are hoping to go it alone and freelance from home. Unfortunately, it is never as […]

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Do You Know When You Should Quit Your Job?


Working in a job you are not happy with is a miserable existence. If you have to deal every day with a grumpy, unreasonable or bullish boss, chances are you’ve already fantasised about your very public and dramatic resignation with relish, imagining that you would be a hero amongst your […]

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Do you know who your audience is?


by Darlene Zambruski | September 18, 2012 Specifically, do you know who you want to impress with your resume? If you don’t, you’re in big trouble. No longer do resumes come in a one-size-fits-all format. There are resumes for: 1. Students (including those seeking entrance into MBA programs) 2. Private sector […]

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Anyone seen the jobs???


by Darlene Zambruski | September 13, 2012 With the presidential election about to commence, TV is filled with stories about Americans wanting – needing jobs. Those of us outside of Washington have known that for quite awhile. Even with the most stellar resume, if you’re in a contracting industry, one […]

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What is a Creative Job Application?


by Darlene Zambruski | September 4, 2012 Never heard of it before? According to the Daily Muse it’s a resume that goes outside the normal confines of resume writing into more creative territory to show off “your skills and originality.” Not a bad thing, mind you, if used correctly. One of […]

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