resume. Saturday , May 13th , 2017 - 18:37:35 PM
Your role as an applicant and an avid admirer should not stop after the job interview. Send a thank you note. It will give you an advantage to be called in again.
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I cant count the number of times Ive heard people talk about updating their resume when thinking about making a career change. If you are one of those people out there putting the polish on your resume as you are about to launch a job search for a new career- STOP. Your resume is not the place where you start your work on a career change. If you are simply looking for the same or similar position in another company, go ahead. There is a big difference between looking for a job and making a career change. Sure, at some point the process is the same and you will need to have a spiffy resume but its not the place to get started in making a career shift.
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