How to Write a Customer Service Resume Objective (Examples Included)

By Mike Simpson If you want to land a customer service job, you can’t assume your old resume will do. You need to make it engaging and intriguing, so having a standout customer service resume objective is a must. Otherwise, your application could get lost in the sea of other applicants. Remember, as the coronavirus…

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The Best Resume Format Guide For 2021

By Mike Simpson By now, as a seasoned job hunter and student of The Interview Guys, you should know there are a few essentials you should have in your arsenal: business cards, a solid cover letter, your elevator pitch, and your well-formatted resume. Hang on, haven’t we already gone over all this in that other…

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40 Good Skills To Put On A Resume [Powerful Examples For 2021]

By Jeff Gillis When somebody says the word “skills” to you, what immediately comes to mind? For most people, the answer is “things I am good at“. Typing.  Woodworking.  Public speaking…  Cartwheels. Yes, all of the things listed above can be considered skills, but when it comes to the job hunt, you have to be…

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How To Write A Killer Resume Objective (Examples Included)

By Mike Simpson Resumes. We all know what they are.We all know how important having a good one is…and how much a bad one can hurt your ability to get your dream job. We also know we aren’t the only ones out there turning in well crafted, carefully targeted resumes to hiring managers… Unfortunately for…

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34 Top Analytical Skills For Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis Odds are, if you’ve looked through the job listings lately, you’ll have come across numerous hiring managers looking for individuals who possess analytical skills. But what exactly are analytical skills? What are Analytical Skills? Analytical skill is the ability for an individual to solve complex issues by gathering and then analyzing the…

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Top 55 Leadership Skills For Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis Think back to a boss you had that you didn’t like. What was it about them that bothered you? What leadership skills were they lacking? Did they ignore your suggestions? Did they task you with more work than was fair or right? Did they minimize your contributions and take the glory for…

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Top 50 Soft Skills for Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis When you fill out a job application or write your resume, odds are you’re usually focusing on the hard skills you possess, but in many instances, employers are also looking for candidates who possess soft skills as well. But hang on, what are hard skills? And for that matter, what are soft…

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How To Write a College Resume (Template Included)

By Mike Simpson It is senior year and the time has come. The quad that seemed so welcoming and full of promise four years ago is now populated with children. “Was I really that young a mere four years ago?” You were. The beer has been drunk, the parties have become monotonous and dull, and…

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How To Address A Cover Letter (Step-By-Step Instructions)

By Mike Simpson Everything is set.  You have the skills, you’ve found the job and you are ready to apply. The only thing standing in your way is an ominously blank word document. The text cursor blinks relentlessly, mocking you. You, however, are not one to be taken down by the annoying persistence of blinking…

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The Best Cover Letter Format For 2021 [3 Sample Templates]

By Mike Simpson Before I give you all of my secrets for the perfect cover letter format for 2021 (and trust me, you want to keep reading because this is going to really help you), I have to ask you a question. Have you ever heard the phrase “You never get a second chance to…

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