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3 Atypical Life Hacks To Improve Your Resume

Dumb Little Man

Writing a great resume has always been challenging. Knowing how to pen a captivating resume is a sought-after skill. Your resume might pass through several computers before a person even sees it. Scaling your resume down to size is the first step.

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Administrative Professionals Day 2019 – A Message from Dana

Office Dynamics

Joan stated – Expand your mind; add to your skill set; challenge your thinking; look at your day in a new way; be a life-long student. The themes of those interactions always encourage learning and challenging yourself while realizing how far you have already come.

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Take Your LinkedIn Profile to the Max: 4 Tips to Get More Jobs

Dumb Little Man

And it looks 10x better in your resume’s contact info section. So, go ahead and learn how to get a sweet customized URL. Leave the skills section for now—we’ll cover it later. Make Your Skills Drip with Expertise. Now, it’s time to take care of the skills section.

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How to Write a Winning Graduate School Resumé

Dumb Little Man

Take a look at the following hints and tips on how to write a graduate school resume. See how you can write a resume that will get you into any graduate school in the country. #1 3 Highlight your academic skills and achievements. How To Resume Writing

2019 242

5 Tips to Convince Your Overprotective Parents to Let You Travel Alone

Dumb Little Man

However, you and I know that traveling is actually one of the best ways to learn and grow. Help them see how traveling will contribute to building your resume and your life skills.

2019 266

How to Get Ahead at Work Without a College Degree

Eat Your Career

You have to keep your skills up-to-date in order to keep that certification valid. But, if you don’t have a degree, this is certainly one way to gain new skills and demonstrate your commitment to continued growth.

2019 164

Reviewing Your Administrative Career

Office Dynamics

I personally learned a lot from that breakout session. a copy of your resume, examples of projects completed such as forms, spreadsheets, graphs, etc. Pride in your work and recognizing the skills you have worked hard to learn help create a job you truly enjoy and want to be a part of.

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Focusing on Providing Exceptional Service as an Administrative Professional

Office Dynamics

Whether you are or are not planning a job/company change tracking your projects, career education, extra duties, and tasks learned (or expanded) should be added to your resume/ career portfolio. Resume/portfolio updates should go hand in hand with your yearly evaluation process; supporting professional and personal advancement. When you recognize your abilities, experience, and skills you lead by example (even if you think that no one is watching).

Why Interviews Matter (And How To Make Them Better)

Dumb Little Man

Asking someone to ‘tell me about yourself’ only gets you a regurgitated list of what’s on their resume. Take the time to research the company and think about how your skills would best be deployed there. There’s a problem with hiring and no one wants to talk about it.

2019 214

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About AI Taking Your Job – Yet

Dumb Little Man

Blatant sexism and discrimination in the resumes it favored. In the already male-dominated industry, the decade’s worth of resumes it reviewed to learn how to identify good candidates for successful hires were, not surprisingly, mostly male applicants.

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Recession-Proof Your Career With Tax Training

Dumb Little Man

Make sure your resume and LinkedIn profiles are up to date and start working to build relationships within your network if you have not already. Learn new skills and take advantage of any job training available to you. Choosing careers in recession is never easy.

2019 184

You Hate Your New Job -- Now What?

45 Things

Think about the company culture, the people you work with, the new contacts you've made and the new skills you've learned. Are you learning new skills to add to your resume?

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What it Takes to Land Your Dream Job

45 Things

Many of these respondents lived to regret it: 39 percent say they wish they had pursued their aspirations further, but the majority felt they didn't have the right skills or knowledge. I think something we can all learn is that we need to do more realistic planning in our careers.

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Yes, You Do Need to Start Applying for Internships This Early

45 Things

This will help you make a list of the skills, industries and companies that you believe will be a good fit. I know several college students who have stopped by a company and personally handed in their resumes or even cold called the internship coordinator.

2019 52

An Interview with the Office Dynamics Team

Office Dynamics

I have over 20 years of administrative professional experience and proud of my personal and professional accomplishments, yet the conference provided new perspectives, opportunities to talk with others in my chosen field and a reminder to embrace my unique talents and skills.

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