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  • Resume Dilemma: Too Young

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    Having a hard time getting your foot in the door for interviews because you're young and inexperienced? It's true that many employers prefer to hire workers with a demonstrated track record of success. Employers may view older workers as more stable, mature, reliable and skilled than younger workers. Put yourself ...

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  • What's Your Objective?

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    The first step to creating a high-impact resume is determining what you're trying to accomplish. With a clearly defined career objective, you can write a resume that conveys the experience, skills and training that best serve your overall professional aspiration. Hiring managers are busy folks who can't afford to waste ...

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  • Top 10 Questions About Writing A Resume

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    With a focus on work history, a reverse chronological resume leads with education or work history and provides comprehensive employment history information. Reverse chronological resumes best suit those with a steady work history who are not changing careers. Functional resumes often are used by job seekers with issues such as ...

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  • Corporate Restructuring And Your Resume

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    When an organization undergoes a merger, acquisition or closing, job seekers are left wondering how to handle the information on their resumes. If your employer went out of business, you should still include the experience on your resume. Treat the position like any other job by demonstrating your accomplishments and ...

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  • Resume Skills Section: Uncover Your Marketable Skills

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    Have you thought about the skills you're listing in your Monster Resume's Skills section? If you treat this section as an afterthought, you could be missing an opportunity to show employers you've got the right skills for the job. Listing skills can help you stand out. It can also add ...

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  • How To Write A Career Summary: Generate Interest With A High-Impact

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    Hiring managers are busy people. A single job posting might attract thousands of resumes. To get noticed, create a career summary (AKA career objective) statement. The goal of this section is to develop a hard-hitting introductory declaration packed with your most sought-after skills, abilities, accomplishments and attributes. On your Monster ...

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  • Resume Dilemma: Recent Graduate

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    You've spent four years or more building your knowledge and perhaps even earned a high GPA. So why aren't employers clamoring for your services? The problem you and other new graduates face is that hiring managers are more interested in what you can do for them than what you did ...

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  • Long-Term Employment On Your Resume

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Monster Worldwide

    You need to present your long-term work history as a positive attribute, proof you're in for the long haul. Recruiting a new employee is an expensive endeavor - companies are always looking for ways to promote long-term tenure - so demonstrate you are a worthwhile investment. If you would like ...

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