(By Jenny Foss) “Yes, yes, yes: You absolutely should study the job description for each job you plan to pursue, and you should mirror some
(By Kathryn Minshew) “A formula I really like to use is called the Present-Past-Future formula. So, first you start with the present—where you are right now.
(By Laszlo Bock) “Unless you’re applying for a job such as a designer or artist, your focus should be on making your resume clean and legible.
(By Jenn Godbout) “Don’t limit yourself to the confines of a traditional resume. Recognize that under “Skills” you can list everything from Photoshop to silk-screening, that
(By Peter Economy) “Personal branding is not very effective if no one knows who you are. Make appearances at industry conferences and fairs, and make
(By Lily Zhang) “New grads are in a slightly unique position. While there are plenty of supposedly “entry-level” positions that require two to three years
(By Ashley Faus) “As you consider your next career move, you should think about what makes you excited to wake up every day—but don’t stop there.
(By Melanie Haselmayr) “Give the job title a good thorough search on Google, and find out whether there are aspects to this type of position that
(By Jenny Foss) “If the reason for your employment gap is because you’ve been in school and just graduated, pull the education section of your
(By Marcelle Yeager) “When you’re viewed from the outset of an interview as overqualified, it can be tough to overcome and persuade the interviewer otherwise.