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Learning how to analyze the key words that employers provide in help wanted ads and job descriptions is a key element in creating powerful resumes. For example, read the ad Roger found for an Accounts Receivable Manager below . . .
Another big mistake that job seekers make is to list very important data in the lower sections of their job descriptions. As you compile statements for your resume, prioritize them by importance, impressiveness and relevance to . . .
the idea that effective leadership is based on a reciprocal exchange between leaders and followers. Transactional leadership involves giving employees something in return for their compliance and acceptance of authority, usually . . .
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Do not write a cover letter if you all ready have a job. If you feel like it, write a few sentences and tweak your resume. I have worked with Human Capital consultants and have been in a recruiting office, RESUME is king. Your . . .
A common mistake in job hunting is to overapply to jobs. A good rule to have is to find at most 4 opportunities a day. Spend time tweaking your resume and cover letter (if you are out of work) and make sure those 4 applications . . .
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