Career Change

If you're submitting your resume through a job board or company website, there's a good chance your resume is being run through the Applicant Tracking System (ATS), the software many of today's employers use to read and rank resumes that come in.

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In my experience as an Executive Resume Writer, cover letters only get read about a third of the time they are sent. That being said, when one is required, or you are hoping for that added edge to get a hiring manager's attention, there is no doubt a great cover letter can make all the difference.

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While the coronavirus has brought a large part of the economy to a crashing halt, there are still some industries where companies are trying to beef up their staff.

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How you build your career matters. Your professional self dictates all other aspects of your life, so keeping it in check and well is important.

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Whether you're a college student trying to figure out where your true calling lies, or an experienced professional getting back to work, or someone just looking for a career in another field, you need to make your choice carefully. With women making considerable strides in fields that were previously male-dominated, the lines of career limitations have blurred.

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Job hunting is so much more than crisp suits, smiles, and polite, easy conversations with your interviewers. It's also not a time for you to be imaginatively hopeful.

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Are job-hopping and career success related to each other? What is the effect of one on the other? How long is too long to stay at a company?

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You dread going to work. Every morning is the same—you have to drag yourself out of bed. It's not that the body is weak, it's that the mind is not willing. Most of us know that. Many people have felt that way at least at one point in their careers. Is there a way of overcoming the dread of going to work every day?

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