“I Was Fired!” – 3 Tips for Dealing with a Layoff on Your Resume

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Explaining an employment gap on your resume is difficult – especially if the gap is in result of being fired from a job. But, for serious job seekers, there are effective resume strategies that can be used to help hiring managers see the positive in your layoff from your previous employer. So you’ve been fired […]

Applicant Tracking System that will Reject Your Resume

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As of 2013, it is estimated that a whopping 89% of employers are using an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to help with their recruiting needs. But for job seekers, the ATS software is hard to please and doesn’t present a fair review system – causing their resume to be rejected and filtered out before it’s […]

Stay At Home Mom: 8 Essential Skills You can Take Back to the Workforce

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Stay At Home Mom: 8 Essential Skills You can Take Back to the Workforce

In the last few years, an increasing number of stay-at-home-moms (SAHM) have started making their way back into the paid workforce. If you’re a SAHM and are considering transitioning into a full-time or part-time outside position, it’s only natural to think employers will look right over your SAHM resume. Here are 8 essential skills making […]

10 Highest Paying Companies for Software Engineers

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10 Highest Paying Companies for Software Engineers

Some of the world’s biggest brands are paying the highest salaries for one key type of talent that’s crucial to all operations: software engineers. And to attract this talent, they’re paying out some serious cash. Here’s 10 of the highest paying companies. It’s 2013 and more and more companies are relying on the talents of […]

New to Atlanta: 14 Resources for People Relocating to Atlanta for a Job

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Relocating to Atlanta to take a new position or find a job can be very exciting. And making the transition as smooth as possible is a priority for every new resident. Here are 14 resources for people moving to Atlanta for a job or to find a job. “Once I went to bed in Orlando […]

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