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Ashley W. > All Jobcasers
16 days ago

Your resume has gaps!

If your resume has gaps this could be for a couple of reasons. Perhaps you were ill and needed to step away from working for a bit, or you simply could have been caring for a loved one or raising your child. Whatever the reason, your resume shows what you've done and having long gaps in your work history can give employers the wrong impression.

Here are some things you can do to minimize those gaps!

Use dates
When listing dates...

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Ali Refai
about 8 hours ago

Thank you very much i will work on it

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Previous Case Manager- Looking for Receptionist/File Clerk Position in New York

I have had a rough year. I have over 15 years in case management but the stress of the job caused high blood pressure and numerous headaches etc.......... I revamped my resume. I understand that I would be expected to make less money but my health is more important. I was wondering if anyone can assist. I apply on Indeed and other platforms with no luck.

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Delisa Hall
about 19 hours ago

Try glass

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Misty Sauro
about 19 hours ago

check the following linkden ladders executive search good luck if these dont work just keep throwing out the apps keep a list...

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job search

Building a resume

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Marcus Jordan
about 18 hours ago

Hi Adrian,
Please see **[DON'T let your resume fall through the...

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what to do

I just have two month in USA and i'm young, it's very hard for me to find a job because i don't have resume yet and all jobs want to see my resume otherwise they won't call me and i need to get one for building my credit score so what can i do ?

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Mary Clark
1 day ago

Go to grocery you start at bottom and work up quickly to cashier or sticker. Goid place to start

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Be Sure To Use Your Tools on Word - Proofread Your Resumes and Cover Letters

ohkaaaay. Some of you that are looking for work and not having any luck at it, perhaps you should check your documents before you send out your resumes and cover letters. Some of your spelling and grammar are atrocious. Hate to burst your bubble, but employers look for things like poor grammar, misspelled words, because if you're interviewing for a position that requires corresponding with the public or with clients, the way you present...

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Jamie Murray
17 days ago

Yes I need help with my resume and I don't know what to put on a cover letter . I let a few "friends" try and help me but I...

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1 day ago

Think of your cover letter as a chance to sell yourself to a prospective employer. Do not overload on the 'I's; word your...

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I have been looking for employment for greater than a month . I had circumstances come up where I could not practice what I have been trained to do for 23 years . How do I start over ? I have other skills but it’s hard to convey to employers when your resume is built mainly on my original profession . Help!

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Veronica Rodriguez
2 days ago

Have you tried identifying the skills you utilized during the time that you were not practicing that could be used to fill the...

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How do I cut through all the ads and get to the applications on theses sights?

Need advice on having a strong resume.

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Ashley W. > All Jobcasers
Edited 8 days ago

Are you ready for this?

Have you spent some time at a job and now you’re ready to move on? Don't worry, you can take the skills you have gained with you and transfer them into your new desired role. After all, you want to prove to an employer that you have what it takes. Here’s how to get started!

Check the job description
If you’re not sure which skills you should include for a particular role check the job description and see what they are looking for!...

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Barbara E Jones
3 days ago

Thanks for the comments
I have been in the same job since 2005. I have work departments from research, operations, billing,...

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English Teacher

Having such a difficult time getting a position. Need something to give me a little edge. Any ideas?

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Recent college grad

I’m sooooo frustrated! I’m looking for a full time job and I’ve interviewed for so many job positions and nothing :( they all want people with more experience. I’m starting to lose hope! Any advice?

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Anthony L Manson
3 days ago

Keep applying, and if you can volunteer for one day do that for what you seek to get hired for may help,and the employer like...

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