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Enhance Your Resume, Cover Letter and Self-Introduction

Are you having a difficult time differentiating yourself from your competition during job interviews? Does it seem like you’re rehashing the same old information about your experience in cover letters and resumes? What about your self- introduction, also known as

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Vocational Interests

I work with many young clients who are very uncertain about what vocational  and educational path to follow. Providing individuals with valid and reliable career inventories is an excellent way for young people to determine their vocational and therefore educational

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A Paradigm Shift in Thinking

In job seeking many people make the mistake of approaching their resume and cover letter with what they (the job hunter) are seeking from an employer, rather than communicating how they can be an asset to the employers organization. As

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Resume Objectives

A common mistake that I find when reviewing a clients’ resume is the inclusion of a general objective statement.  An objective statement weakens a resume for two reasons.  One, it limits the scope of work the applicant can obtain.  Let’s

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The Resume

Many clients forward me their resume in frustration that they are unable to procure an interview, much less a job offer. One of the  reasons for this is an improperly written resume. A huge mistake that I find in most

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Video about Myers-Briggs

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