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Welcome to EresumeX.com – Search Our Resume Database

Welcome to EresumeX.com – Search Our Resume Database

EresumeX.com, a leader in the career search industry, offers one of the largest resume databases on the web. Locate the most qualified job candidates using refined searching to find resumes and fill job postings on a local, regional or national level. Use our recruiting software…

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Job Search – Finding a new job

Job Search – Finding a new job

A new job typically does not magically fall from the sky into one’s lap. Finding a new job usually involves a great deal of research, networking, perseverance and creative thinking. But, the real secret to landing that next job is to be organized and methodical…

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Career fairs

Career fairs

Should I go to a career fair? Career fairs – View each career fair websiteA read about attending employers. – Employers are not just limited to “companies.” – Some are government agencies; some are non-profits. – Determine if any match your career interests and you match…

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5 ways to address a cover letter besides ‘To whom it may concern’

5 ways to address a cover letter besides ‘To whom it may concern’

One of the most common pieces of job-seeker advice we give is to personalize application materials as much as possible. This includes the addressing of your cover letter. There may be cases where it’s impossible to find a contact associated with the position, but that doesn’t mean…

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How R.T.s Can Make Their Resumes Stand Out

How R.T.s Can Make Their Resumes Stand Out

Radiologic technologists need every edge they can think of today toA land a jobA and the resume is the place to start. Whether it’s going to be submitted to the large, urban teaching hospital with a sophisticated online application system, or to the small radiology practice down…

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Resume Tips from a Hiring Manager (Part 2)

Resume Tips from a Hiring Manager (Part 2)

Continuing my recommendations,last category:   Personal Pet Peeves and other Miscellaneous Stuff 8. Keep it reasonably short.A One page preferred. Personally, I’m OK with two pages, so long as your experience warrants it. However, there is no reason to submit a six page resume. Ever. 9….

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Maximizing your cover letter’s power

Maximizing your cover letter’s power

Maximizing your cover letter’s power Like peanut butter and jelly or bacon and eggs, resumes and cover letters go hand-in-hand. Although both pieces are valuable on their own, they pack the most punch when served together. But while all job seekers know the importance of…

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More resume tips from EresumeX

More resume tips from EresumeX

Your resume is one of the most crucial aspects of your job search. A resume is what represents you and your expertise. With the Internet, now more than ever, the appearance and flow of your resume is more important. Rarely, do people who are job…

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Focus resume on your results, not daily tasks

Focus resume on your results, not daily tasks

What seems more interesting: a laundry list of all the menial daily tasks and functions you performed at each and every job OR well-written resume, action statements illustrating the impact of your accomplishments? For example, aA receptionistA orexecutive assistantA resume may stateA ”I answered the phones”A ORA “Monitored and managed more…

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Major EX Factors for Recruiters

Major EX Factors for Recruiters

We’ve been working with a team of recruiters to introduce social recruiting. It’s not unusual, but their biggest fear is the time needed to get started and do some meaningful networking. This is a common problem for desk-based recruiters who have responsibilities for finding jobs…

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