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Resume mistakes carry more weight than ever in a highly competitive job market. Today, your resume is considered your first interview! Your success depends on more than your great style and top notch job skills. No one sees your great presentation skills or sparkling personality if you don’t get an interview. Current style, appropriate length, correct spelling, and proper grammar are vital.
How to submit resumes online to job boards and employers is an important topic, since almost all jobs require online submission. Even when the submission form says it accepts MS Word or other formats, the end result can be a very jumbled resume. Do you know how to be sure that doesn’t happen? Do you know securing an interview through networking or being a C-level doesn’t exempt you from the automated systems?
What not to do on LinkedIn is often more important than what you should do. Lately, social media pages have become a challenge, even for pros. There’s a fine line between giving out too much information and not appearing credible. If you are out of work and on a tight budget, just how important is paying for an upgrade on LinkedIn?