Tag: job applications

5 CVs of Infamous Fictional Characters

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Digital Content Editor, findcourses.co.uk

You may have heard of curriculum vitae (CVs), but how do you write one? Here's a fun introduction to CVs with examples from a few familiar characters. read more

6 Things to Omit From Your First Cover Letter

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You may know what to include in your first cover letter, but do you know what to omit? Here are six things to leave out of this key document. read more

How to Perfect the 5 Sections of a Cover Letter

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Hiring managers expect your cover letter structure to comprise five basic parts. Here's how to write each section for job application success. read more

Your First Part-Time Job: A Guide for Students

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Starting part-time employment as a full-time student can be stressful, especially if it's your first job. Here's how to make a smooth transition. read more

The Top 10 Hard and Soft Skills All Employers Want

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Freelance Writer

We all have a "skills" section on our resume, but what are the most valuable ones? Read on to see what hard and soft skills your friends should endorse on LinkedIn! read more

Tips for Writing a Cover Letter With Little or No Work Experience

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You're ready to churn out those cover letters and apply to jobs, but you have no experience. What do you do? Follow these awesome tips, of course! read more

The Best Job Apps for Teens and New Grads

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These are some of the best job apps to help teens and new college graduates find part-time, full-time, and side gigs. read more

7 Must-Know Tips for Writing a Killer Cover Letter

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Life Coach

Writing a cover letter can be daunting, but these tips can make it that much easier. read more

Tips for the Post-Grad-School Job Search

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Graduate, Lewis & Clark College

Looking for a job after graduate school? One recent grad offers his best advice on standing out among the applicants. read more

How should I start the internship search, and who can I turn to for help?

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First, make sure your résumé is in tip-top shape. If you have limited work experience, focus on other personal attributes (reliability, computer skills, leadership in athletics, etc.) that demonstrate how you are different from and better than other candidates. read more