r LinkedIn work experience section should both complement and support your resume. Whittle it down to the most important achievements with general keywords from your industry. Keep it conversational and up to date.
Most job seekers don't need different versions of their resume: just a single resume that can be easily tailored to different positions. Remember that your resume needs to contain information that's relevant to the position you're targeting.
Lying about a GPA is one of the most common lies made on a resume. Many job seekers are tempted to inflate their GPA in order to stand out from the crowd. We’ll talk about what happens when you lie […]
While applying for jobs online, you may have come across an option to “apply with LinkedIn.” This would allow you to use your LinkedIn profile instead of (or in addition to) a resume. So should you apply to a job […]
Many job seekers aren’t aware that some job search expenses are tax-deductible. Are resume writing services tax-deductible? Yes! The IRS allows you to take a deduction for costs associated with preparing a resume. Here are the items the IRS allows […]