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Archives: resume-writing-tips

The Length of Your Resume: Less is More

Wait—how does that work? Aren't you supposed to write down every skill you have, every accomplishment you've achieved, and every…

No Real Experience: New Graduate Resume Tips

Without any real workforce experience, it can be tough to compete for positions with mid-career job seekers who have been…

Resumes That Win and Resumes That Fail

Great resumes address each section and subheading with flair, professionalism, and confident style. Weak resumes usually tend to make a…

Three Resume Moves that Almost Always Lead to Interviews

Here at Free Resume Builder, we provide plenty of tips and tools that can help job seekers increase the impact…

Cover Letter Tips for High School Graduates

College may be a goal for some, but if this path doesn't feel right for you, or if you aren't…

Outdated Resume and Cover Letter Rules

Some cover letter and resume "rules" are more flexible than others. And even those that seem unbreakable often change with…

Edit Your Resume in Five Simple Steps

Your resume is complete! Every section is drafted, and all the details of your education and work history are in…

Resume Tips for Management Level Retail Employees

If you're ready to make the transition from an entry level retail role to a management level role, there are…

Resumes That Leave a Powerful Impression

This week, Free Resume Builder reached out to a few of the hiring managers in our network as asked them…

Four statements that need to appear in your cover letter

If all goes well, your cover letter will be so beautifully written and will align so perfectly with the needs…