Jump-start your job search this year by reading our most popular job tips of 2015.
Whether your New Year's resolution is to advance your career or switch jobs altogether, these job tips are sure to help. Below, in no particular order, are our top ten most-read articles of 2015. And they're packed with advice to help you kick-start your job search and improve your career in the New Year.
Your resume will only be as good as the information you or your resume writer has work with. Gather the following details ahead of time to craft a powerful document that effectively tells your story and markets your qualifications.
The interview doesn't end when you leave a prospective employer's office. In fact, what you do afterwards is just as important as your actions during the actual interview. We've created a list of four important items you should complete after every job interview -- and one you should avoid at all costs.
If you're unhappy in your current job, but unsure where to go next, these exercises will help you explore other career paths and clarify your job goals for the resume-writing and job-search process.
How you format the contents of your resume is just as important as what information you choose to include. While there are a number of resume formats available, here at TopResume we've found one to be the most effective for the majority of our clients.
Gone are the days where hiring managers only asked questions about experience, skills, education, and job readiness. Now they mix in a little craziness just to shake up the candidate and see where their mind is. Here are a few examples of crazy interview questions and why employers ask them.
You owe it to yourself to have a resume that sells you -- and doesn't sell you short. We've compiled five of the most common resume mistakes to avoid.
When you're looking for work, rejecting a job offer may feel like a luxury. However, there are times when you complete the interview process, only to realize the opportunity is not right for you. Whatever the reason, here are a few steps you can take to decline a job offer without ruining the business relationship.
Studies have shown your resume only has six seconds to make the right impression with a prospective employer. We've compiled a list of everything you need to know when telling your career story to help you pass the six-second test.
Many candidates struggle when asked this simple, yet challenging question during the interview process. Here's how to plan out your response without delivering a canned answer.
Your resume is more than just a record of your work history; it's an important tool used to advertise your professional brand. Here are five goals every resume should aim to fulfill, and what you can do to make your resume stand out and dazzle a prospective employers.
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