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A general cover letter ranges from 300 to 500 words. But what if we told you that you can make it even shorter and still impress potential ..read more
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You’ve got the right education, your resume has been fine-tuned, and you’re ready to start applying for entry-level jobs. The only ..read more
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Moving home and changing jobs are two of the five most stressful life events a person experiences. So you might think relocating for work ..read more
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Knowing what font to use for your resume can be tricky. After all, there are so many of them — tens of thousands in fact. If you type ..read more
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A common misconception about functional resumes is that they are used to hide your work experience gaps. While they do mask them to an ..read more
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1. Cover Letter Heading The purpose of your cover letter heading is to provide your contact information to the hiring manager. In a ..read more
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Resume Genius by Geoffrey Scott - 3w ago
Writing a cover letter is a key part of the job application process. A great cover letter will impress potential employers, set you apart ..read more
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1. How to Address a Cover Letter: The Basics Start your application off on the right foot by addressing your cover letter to the ..read more
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For aspiring job applicants, cover letters are a make-or-break document. An employer’s perception of you after they’ve read your cover ..read more
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Resume Genius by The Resume Genius Team - 3w ago
First, let’s review what a resume isn’t. It isn’t a log of your job history. It isn’t a summary of skills. It isn’t going to ..read more

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