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President Obama – First term promise of unemployment.

President Obama – First term promise of unemployment.

President Obama — First term promise of unemployment. How did President Obama complete his first year as president in the opinion of the people? Let us look back to Obama, the candidate and the President who now occupies the Whitehouse. For some answers. During the…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 5)

In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 5)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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Scoring the interview

Scoring the interview

First, find a hook — something that creates a personal tie between you and the employer — in every job you apply to and include it in the cover letter. Mention an article you just read that highlighted the company or quoted one of the…

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20 Resume mistakes to avoid

20 Resume mistakes to avoid

Are you a polite, non-smoker with three pets whose interests include barbequing, picnics and long walks on the beach? If you’ve ever considered including these personal details on a resume or the fact that your special skills include making organic soups and calling the weekly…

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Startup Hiring: 3 Ways to Look Beyond the Resume

Startup Hiring: 3 Ways to Look Beyond the Resume

I never saw myself working in a place like this,” said Don Draper, in the hit series,A Mad Men, as he walked out the doors of Sterling-Cooper to start his own ad agency in season three resume. If you’re in business for yourself after leaving a…

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Unlock Your Assets

Unlock Your Assets

Unlock Your Assets. The EresumeX team has the privilege of speaking to some of the country’s most committed recruiters. It is refreshing to hear the stories of success from jobseekers who have worked with these professionals. They have the ability to “Unlock Your Assets,” preparing…

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What does a Job skill set really mean?

What does a Job skill set really mean?

AA JobA skill setA has to do with the qualifications necessary to acquire a position with a company and the level of experience that you need in order to qualify. As you work you acquire a skillset, and you should make a skillset inventory and work on developing…

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How to Choose and Use References

How to Choose and Use References

How to Choose and Use References Your references are often the last hurdle before getting the job offer, and missing information, bad references, or even too many references, can hurt your chances considerably. Having a few good references can be the deciding factor in your…

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4 Patriotic Professions

4 Patriotic Professions

“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”A  For many, the quote by John F. Kennedy really hits home. People with an especially strong feeling of allegiance to their country believe that the best way to…

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4 Must Ask Interview Questions.

4 Must Ask Interview Questions.

4 Must Ask Interview Questions. Once nerves take over, it’s easy to forget an interview is a two way street. However, not asking questions is passing up on a chance to stand out from the competition. Be sure to have a list of questions that…

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