Blog Archives for category Professional Resume Writing
Job search expenses can be deductible on your 2014 Federal taxes. Learn what the IRS allows you to deduct on your Schedule A.
If we all look deep inside ourselves, I think we will all agree . . . that we do not spell well / make grammatical errors / occasionally post something stupid in social media / wish we could retract that email. It happens. I know. However, in our busy lives, often we just want to get that message out there. If you are a job seeker, you need your message out there more than ever–just do not hit “send” before you check and recheck your resume and cover letter or email, or you will suffer the red-faced embarrassment of regret and self-recrimination.
Job seekers with long careers tend to have had . . . long careers. When they are ready to write their resumes, they want to include the best and the greatest experience. Instead, they choose to start with their very first job, making their resume span multiple decades. The result is a long, directionless document. Read on for tips to choose the optimal length for your resume.
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For Immediate Release Easy Job Search Strategies for Resumes and Cover Letters e-Book Now Available on Kindle SALT LAKE CITY,… Continue reading »