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Ten Things to Never Put on Your Resume
A resume is not meant to be your life story. You do not have to bare your soul and share every ugly detail of your work history. Your resume is your personal sales brochure whose only purpose is to get you an interview. More ...

Movie and TV Extras Wanted - What Type Does Someone Have to Be?
Anybody can be the right type for TV or movie extras work. Take a look at TV programs or movies and the men and women you see within the background - large, tall, short, thin, fat, every single ethnicity it is possible to think of, old, young, smart, scruffy, attractive, plain, ugly, the list is virtually endless! More ...

Tax Deductions For Your Job Search
Some job search costs are tax deductible. Even if your job search doesn't yield results, you can still claim the expenses on your taxes. But there's a catch. The IRS has three major exclusions. More ...

Tackling the Transition - The Confident Navigation of a Career Change
Until recently you may have been enjoying the illusion of a secure job, only to get involuntarily thrown overboard ? drifting back to the shore of resume revision while brushing up on interview skills. More ...

Identity Theft and Your Online Job Search
According the FBI, identity theft is the top online fraud. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission says that identity theft is its number one source of consumer complaints - 42 percent of all complaints, in 2001. More ...

How to Get a U.S. Government Job
Many Federal agencies fill their jobs like private industry by allowing applicants to contact the agency directly for job information and application processing. But, while the process is similar, there are significant differences. More ...

Expanding Your Resume - The Curriculum Vitae
From the Latin for "vital," vitae means a short description of one's life and a Curriculum Vitae, or CV for short, is pretty much that - a sort of Extended Play version of your resume. More ...

How to Prepare for a Behavioral Interview
If you're in the market for a new job, it's probably wise to prepare for behavioral interviews. Some 30 percent of organizations, including many of America's biggest corporations, now use behavioral interviewing - and the number is growing. More ...

Need a new job? Try Search Engine Optimization
Search Engine Optimization is the process of optimizing a website to rank highly on major search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN. Since the search industry growth has been huge and is expected to increase at the same rate of current growth the need for SEO professionals has increased dramatically. More ...

How to Write an Entry Level Resume
Whether you are just entering the workforce after graduation or you have decided to change careers, you need an entry-level resume that will help you get a job in a new field. Here are the elements that every entry-level resume needs to have, as well as several tips for writing a winning resume. More ...

How Social Networking Can Help You Get a Job
It did not take employers or human resources departments long to realize that the same tools that job seekers had been using for years could be used by them to get information about prospective employees. More ...

At Home Call Center Jobs
Many companies now employ representatives working from home. Where in the past it may have been unfeasible, the availability of virtual call center technology, and the widespread use of high-speed Internet access has changed this. Now it's not only feasible, but also advantageous to companies to employ at home workers. More ...

Too Many Jobs on Your Resume?
According to a U.S. Department of Labor study, changing jobs is common in today's workplace, "The average American worker between ages 37 and 45 in 2002 had changed jobs 10.2 times. More ...