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  • Avoid These Resume Mistakes  By : Lee Dobbins
    Your resume is the first introduction that hiring managers get and you need to do everything you can to get it to make it through the first cut. Even the perfect candidate for a job might not get a chance to interview if his resume isnít done properly.
  • Six Steps to a Powerful Sales Resume  By : Ryan Stewart
    If you're considering applying for a pharmaceutical sales job, or any job for that matter, then you certainly need a stellar resume. After all, you only have 15 seconds to impress a potential employer so you've got to make every second count. Well, when you have a powerful resume in hand, you can impress and will get hired. A stellar resume causes a potential employer to stand up and take notice.
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Cover Letter - How to Make it Great  By : Ryan Stewart
    So youíre seeking a pharmaceutical sales position? Pharmaceutical sales is a great field and is wide open to outstanding sales people like you. The key to succeeding is in your ability to stand out from the crowd. A great sales cover letter will help you do just that.
  • 5 Simple Steps That Will Force Employers to Take Notice  By : Ryan Stewart
    Trust me, you need all the help you can get to get employers excited about you. Its not that you arenít qualified enough to get that pharmaceutical job of your dreams, its just that competition is fierce out there and youíve got to use a whole lot of creativity to get noticed.
  • 15 Tips for Writing a Great Cover Letter  By : Ryan Stewart
    Your cover letter, in combination with a winning resume, is your primary self-promotional tool and should reflect your main strengths as they apply specifically to the position you are interested in. The following are 15 ways to ensure that your application gets noticed!
  • The Effectiveness of Interview Follow-up Letters  By : Ian Christie
    Will you get hired just because you sent a thank-you letter? No, likely not. Could it help your candidacy? Absolutely.
  • How Long Should My Resume Be?  By : Ian Christie
    This article tackles one of life's biggest question: "How long should my resume be?"
  • I Want Confidence  By : Dewitt Shotts
    I have to hire many people to accomplish what I do. Naturally, I want good, clean, straight-forward resumes. I want to see what the applicant has done and, by extension, what he or she might be able to do for me. From my perspective, itís all about what I need in order to grow my business.
  • How to Write Resumes That Build Confidence  By : Ruth Anderson
    Speaking persuasively about yourself requires confidence, and job seekers who feel confident are more likely to land a job. Fortunately, the same process that can be used to develop a great resume can also be used to build confidence.
  • Creating a Good Resume is an Art  By : Jessica Deets
    Landing a good job will depend a lot on your education and work history. If you can't get your foot in the door, you most likely can blame your resume.
  • Tips For Interviews And Resumes  By : Tony Jacowski
    A good resume is the tool that can get you an invitation to the interview for your dream job. If writing a good resume is part of your preparation for the job hunt, performing at the interview is an even greater part. Here are a few tips on how to write a good resume and ace interviews.
  • I Donít Need a New Resume? Get Real!  By : Paul Megan
    Itís a common mistake. Weíve been brainwashed to think that the very first thing we have to do when we're looking for a job is to get our new resume up to speed.
  • Why the Non-Resume Strategy Beats Out a Traditional Resume Every Time!  By : Paul Megan
    Traditional job search wisdom requires that your first step into the job market is to write a resume. Unfortunately that doesnít square up with the way hiring decisions are made.
  • Bad Resume Fever? Take the Alternative Non-Resume Cure!  By : Paul Megan
    Why not bypass all the resume hoopla and get right to the meat and potatoes of your job search success!
  • What Resume Writers Donít Want You to Know!  By : Paul Megan
    Most job candidates who have acquired a face-to-face meeting with a decision-maker who could be their next boss did so because some person intervened--not a resume.
  • The "What's in It For Me" Resume  By : Louise Fletcher
    The Five Secrets to Creating a Resume That Makes the Phone Ring.
  • Effective Cover Letter for a Resume: the Best Way of Getting the Job  By : Mario Churchill
    Today, the trend of writing a cover letter becomes increasingly popular to most companies. You should never ask why. Because time is a very important factor being considered by most business minded people in achieving the company's success.
  • The Secrets Of Spinning Resume Blemishes  By : John Edmond
    Having a blemish on your resume isn't any reason to feel you can't aim for another good job, and there are ways to spin your resume to make it (and you) look attractive to a potential employer.
  • Resume Writing Tips  By : S.C. Mishra
    An employer spends only 10 seconds per resume to accept / reject it. Your resume has to highlight your strengths in a very convincing manner to get selected for the interview.
  • Tips for Creating a Great Resume  By : Michael Murray
    Only about 1% of resumes are ever looked at by employers. This article will give you tips to make sure you are in that minority.
  • Which Resume Do I Use?  By : Jan Leary
    There is also a Military Transition Resume, a Federal Resume and an Electronic resume which includes scannable resumes and various online resume formats. So, you ask, "Why are there so many types, and which do I use?" Let's take a look.
  • Job Seekers Only Have One Chance to Make a Good First Impression  By : Abigayle Voss
    There's little doubt that, if you want to get a great job, you need a great resume. You need to be able, in the matter of a page or two, show prospective employers that you've got what it takes to fill a position: the experience, the education, the talent and the drive. Follow this advice to ensure that you will be more likely to get the job.
  • Can You Really Afford To Write Your Resume?  By : ann baehr
    As the saying goes, "a penny wise is pound foolish," there are times when scrimping to save can be more costly in the end. This article will provide you with an overview of the skills you need to write your own resume and demonstrate the difference between "spending" and "making a wise investment."
  • How to Use An Outstanding Cover Letter to Dominate the Job Market  By : Erik J. Michaels
    Writing a great cover letter can be the key to your success in a job hunt. With the average American's search for a job lasting up to nine months, it's more critical now than ever before that you stand out above the rest and get your foot in the door before it gets slammed in your face. The right cover letter can help you achieve that goal.
  • Knock Out the Competition With Cover Letter Examples  By : Erik J. Michaels
    In today's working world, the competition is staggering. With over 300 million people in the USA, finding a good job is a tough chore for almost any American. National estimates show that your average American citizen can be on the job hunt for almost 9 months! With competition like that, you're going to need an edge if you want to find any kind of decent job.
  • How To Format A Career Change Resume  By : ann baehr
    Are you ever stumped about which resume style or format to use when writing your resume? This article demystifies the complexities of how to approach this important decision. It will explain what each of the most popular formats are to help you decide which one is best for you.
  • The 40 Most Common Job Interview Questions  By : Simone Piette
    A list of the Forty Most Common Interview Questions is below, but keep in mind that many other interview questions will be derived from these forty.
  • Networking: Your Most Important Career Activity  By : Ford R. Myers
    So, you've gotten totally clear on your career goals, prepared your complete "executive portfolio" of self-marketing documents, and developed a detailed strategy for your search.
  • Do you know how many pages you must have in your sales letter?  By : balwinder kaur
    Let me ask you a question:

    Do you know how many pages you must have in your sales letter?

    The reason for this is simple: you want to get your prospects to read your sales letter from top to bottom, keep their focus on your words and make the decision to buy your product right there and then without having to click away to another page to find out more info.
  • What should I do after sending a resume  By : Dana
    Youíve just found your dream job, you have designed an exceptional resume and you sent it by email to the employer. Now the "expectation" game begins.
    After you send a resume, you are tempted to think that now all you have to do is wait and hope that the employer contacts you. It is a big mistake Ė you should choose when and how you make the next steps.

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