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Your Comprehensive (ATS-Worthy) Cover Letter & Resume Guide [Slideshow]

by BambooHR | April 26, 2019

Your resume is your chance to make a good first impression, but without a solid design, human eyes may never see it! Our guide helps you beat applicant tracking systems."

How to Write A Resume That Crosses Borders [Infographic]

by Vault Careers | April 05, 2019

Earning an MBA is the first step to securing a job—creating a standout resume is the next. This infographic breaks down how to make a resume translate internationally.

20 Common Resume Buzzwords (and What to Use Instead)

by Stephan Maldonado | January 16, 2019

January 18th is National Thesaurus Day: a chance to celebrate the complexity of words and the variety of creative ways to express yourself. To celebrate, we compiled a list of alternatives for some of the most common and generic resume words or phrases.

6 Things to Do to Your Resume before the New Year

by Stephan Maldonado | December 07, 2018

People think the holidays are a bad time for a job search, but the season presents some great opportunities. Here are six ways to update your resume before the New Year.

Obsolete Resume Advice You Should Ignore

by Carson Kohler, a TopResume contributor | September 11, 2018

Here are seven pieces of obsolete resume advice—and better advice to follow instead.

Writing Your Best Possible Resume

by Perkins Coie LLP | June 05, 2018

Are you giving your resume the attention it deserves? Here are tips to help craft a resume that addresses the skills and experiences important to employers.

8 Resume Proofreading Tips

by Freddie Tubbs | April 11, 2018

Your resume has to be clear, concise, and free of mistakes. Here are eight proofreading tips to ensure that your CV is of the highest quality.

5 Tips for Upgrading Your Resume in 2018

by Ronda Suder via TopResume | February 07, 2018

upgraded your resume for 2018

5 Ways to Show Leadership Skills on Your Resume

by Lisa Rangel | May 16, 2017

highlighting leadership abilities on your resume

The Mistakes I Made During Job Interviews

by Jon Minners | March 07, 2016

The job search is stressful and the job interview is terrifying when you think of all the mistakes you can make to cost you the job. Mistakes will happen, but if you learn from them, you'll be better prepared for the next opportunity. Here are the mistakes I made and ways you can avoid them:

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