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Category Archives: Resumes

  • Check Your Resume for These Do’s and Don’ts

    Your resume is designed to get an employer interested in you so that they contact you. Employers expect resumes to show a person at their best. They are looking for what you can do to solve their needs. Your resume needs to answer their questions clearly. It should be easy t… more

  • Improve Your Resume by Avoiding These 3 Turn Offs

    Let’s face it, writing a resume is time consuming. At least it should be if you’re putting in the work to make it an effective one. So don’t let your efforts go to waste by missing the mark on something that can be easily fixed. Resumes can be subjective, but there are… more

  • How to Safely Include In-Progress Certifications on Your Resume

    Certifications have become a buzzword in the cyber security community, but they reach beyond the technical IT space. From Project Management, HR, or Financial Management certifications, to Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or Certified Information Systems Security Professional … more

  • Resume Words That Make or Break Your Cleared Job Search

    Our tips to help you select the best resume words for cleared job search success. An effective cleared resume should pique a recruiter or hiring manager’s interest and help you land an interview. The rest is up to you from there—but before you can wow an employer in a… more

  • When You Design Your Resume Avoid These 6 Things

    Please don’t try to stand out by using graphics, tables, colorful type or pictures when you design your resume. Being straightforward and easy-to-read is what makes your resume stand out, along with accomplishments that are relevant to the position you’re applying for… more