Self-employment | Entrepreneurships

Unknown to most people, this is considered a lethal defect. Although you should be proud of these accomplishments — which you can elaborate on in the interview — your self-employment (or working in a family business) should not be revealed, for several reasons. First, an entrepreneur is

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Age Factor

epending on income, industry and discipline, age can be a minor or major factor, and it will punish a job seeker immediately. Sales and technical disciplines are especially vulnerable to the age factor. Giving hints to age in the resume can be helpful only to the potential

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Resume with a cohesive theme…

Thematic and cohesive flow of a resume is the most critical factor for employment candidacy traction, and without it — no matter how good you are — you will be disqualified! Your resume, a marketing piece promoting a unique matrix of talents (can be complex and multi-disciplined)

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Graduation Dates in Resumes

here has been an irrational trend lately to exclude dates from education, which can backfire for job seekers who are at a perfect, or near perfect, age. Imagine a young job seeker who excludes the date of a degree but is disqualified because the potential employer believed

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How long should a resume be?

It’s as difficult to know what to include as it is to know what to exclude. Remember, a resume is a marketing piece and not a detailed description of what you have done, and designed to arouse curiosity and interest. Most resumes — even for seasoned multi-disciplined,

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