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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Resume Writing (But Were Afraid to Ask)

by David Solloway | December 09, 2020

To help you create an error-free resume that clearly showcases your background and experience, here are 12 FAQs about resume writing you might be too shy to ask.

Resume Best Practices (According to 97 Certified Professional Resume Writers)

by Max Woolf | November 29, 2020

ResumeLab polled almost 100 certified professional resume writers to find out what employers look for in a winning resume.

4 Tips for Reapplying to a Company That Rejected You

by Kelly Virginia Phelan | August 25, 2020

If you’ve been rejected from a job and the job has been reposted, keep the following four things in mind before you reapply.

How to Write a Data Science Resume

by Dorian Martin | August 19, 2020

It can be difficult to stand out from the crowd of likeminded data scientists, so here’s how to optimize your data science resume.

5 Resume Writing Tips for Remote Jobs

by Andrew Fennell | August 12, 2020

If you're looking for a remote role, here are five simple steps to take to get your resume ready for the remote job market.

5 Ways to Address Gaps in Your Resume

by Andrew Fennell | August 04, 2020

Here's how to address employment gaps in your resume and sell yourself as a solid job candidate.

4 Resume Lies That Could Get You Busted (and What to Do Instead)

by Andrew Fennell | May 27, 2020

Here are some of the riskiest lies you could include on your resume—and what to do instead of hiding or elaborating on the truth.

6 Skills You Need on Your Resume to Get Hired in 2020

by Sarah Daren | February 24, 2020

The workplace is always evolving, so it’s important to adapt your skillset to meet the constantly changing demands of employers. Here are the six most important skills to have on your resume in 2020.

Do You Need an Objective on Your Resume?

by Kaitlin McManus | February 17, 2020

Putting an objective on your resume has been common for the last few years, but is it necessary? Read on to find out.

Lying On a Resume? It's More Common Than You Think! [Infographic]

by Vault Careers | January 31, 2020

How common is it for people to lie on a resume? ResumeLab surveyed 1,000+ Americans to find out who lies on a resume and which are the more predominant lies.

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