By |May 25th, 2015|

PDF stands for Portable Document Format. Saving your resume as a PDF file ensures all formatting remains no matter who you send the document to. Sometimes, if an individual has not formatted their resume properly, and they send it as a Word document (DOC) file, the document shows up mismatched and jumbled. Where time is […]

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Key Words and Applicant Tracking Systems

By |May 18th, 2015|

Remember those pesky tracking systems we discussed in our last post? We are here to tell you more about them and how to avoid having your resume end up in the NO pile. An applicant tracking system (ATS) is a software application that assists employers and hiring managers with their recruiting efforts. In this day […]

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By |May 11th, 2015|

An e-resume, also known as an electronic resume, is a plain text resume. If you have ever been asked to copy and paste your resume into the body of your email, THIS is the resume the employers are referring to. If you ever tried to copy and paste your formatted resume into the body of […]

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Saving Your Resume and Sending as an Attachment

By |May 4th, 2015|

Saving your resume is actually really easy. Once you have started working on your resume in Microsoft Word and you are ready to save it, simply click on the File tab at the top, left-hand side of your screen. Scroll down and click on Save As. A Save As window will appear allowing you to […]