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[29 Jan 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

Accentuate Your Strong Points
It’s not just your education, experience and skills that help get you hired, but how you present those skills. Everything on your resume must be the truth and be accurate, but it also needs to be compelling and draw attention. Although having an impressive education or top-notch experience and skills will certainly help you get hired, it’s not always the person with these qualities that ends up getting the job. It’s about how the interviewer sees and processes the information the applicant provides.
If the applicant can present …

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[16 Jan 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

You Can Get the Right Attention with Professional Design
Custom letterhead in a clear, professional design gets the attention of job interviewers and human resources workers alike. Getting this attention is important because the typical resume reader spends less than a minute on each resume & sometimes only a few seconds.
Use printed originals not photocopies. A clean, tasteful custom letterhead design on 8½ x 11 quality heavier weight paper is an excellent way to show prospective employers that you’re professional. Don’t be overly ornate in your lettering or go overboard in …

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[11 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

You Have Only Seconds to Make a Good Impression on Paper

It’s estimated that the average human resources professional spends between 15 and 45 seconds reading a resume and cover letter. This means you have to instantly create a good impression by promoting yourself well on paper.
A resume package that includes a cover letter and resume with custom letterhead makes you stand out as a unique, yet professional individual. Everything in the resume package must promote you in the best light as the ideal fit for the job. All of …