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How Johnson Kee Bought a Job

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Tweet Can you imagine buying a job? Moreover, can you imagine buying a $47,500 job for a little under $11.00? Johnson Kee did it. Johnson was a call center worker—and not overly happy about it. He was a writer, not a phone jockey. He’d been looking Read more…

Top 7 Cover Letter Tips for 2015

Human Running Symbolic Figures Over The Words Top Seven

Tweet The job market is evolving and changing—and as such, so should the resume and cover letter you use during your job search. Smart candidates are figuring out how to navigate the job market landscape—and do so with poise and confidence versus confusion, frustration, and despair. Read more…

Resumes

Visually Engaging Resume

6 Tips for a Visually Engaging CEO Resume

Tweet Competing at the top level isn’t easy, and if you want to be sure you’re considered for the position you deserve, you’re going to have to make sure that you have a resume that’s engaging, compelling, and powerful. Often, it’s the simple touches that make Read more…

Personal Branding

Powerful word for winning a resume

Optimizing Your Resume for the 10-Second Initial Review

Tweet Studies show that hiring managers spend an average of ten seconds looking at a resume before deciding whether to keep going or move on to the next candidate. That’s right, only ten seconds! That says a lot about the job market today and the number Read more…

Job Search

Businessman with Arms Raised and Individuality Concept

How Johnson Kee Bought a Job

Tweet Can you imagine buying a job? Moreover, can you imagine buying a $47,500 job for a little under $11.00? Johnson Kee did it. Johnson was a call center worker—and not overly happy about it. He was a writer, not a phone jockey. He’d been looking Read more…

Interviews

One person saying Yes is worth more than many people saying No

Is an Interview “No” Always the Last Word?

Tweet If you’ve ever been turned down for a job you desperately wanted, you know how disheartening that can be. You probably just want to walk away, go home, curl up in your bed, and pull the covers over your head. Before you do that, consider Read more…

Knock ‘em Dead

Jessica Hernandez, President of Great Resumes Fast is an expert panelist quoted numerous times throughout the newest release in this NY Times Bestselling Series:

Knock 'em Dead - Secrets & Strategies for First-time Job Seekers

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