Resumes

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Part 1: The Proverbial Foot in the Door

Graduate Co-op

Feeling stuck on the outside of the job market looking in? Need experience for a job but a job for experience? Read how one Master of Resource Management candidate made his way out of “the trap”.

By: Stephen Chastain 3785 reads | 0 comments
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Writing a Resume When You Have NO Experience

Resumes

 

How do you begin writing your first co-op resume when you have no work experience? First, know that with a little creativity you can create a competitive first draft. Learn how with these tips.

By: Taylor McKinney 4896 reads | 0 comments
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Interviewing Human Resources – How Employers Decide who to Interview

Interviews

Have you ever wondered why you never got a callback for that interview? Or perhaps, you’re wondering how you can make sure that you do get called in the future. Either way, wouldn’t it be nice to know how to increase your chances of getting an interview? I sat down with a Human Resources professional to find out how he evaluates resumes and select who to interview. 

By: Daniel Cooper 9336 reads | 0 comments
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What You Can Do Now to Make Your Resume Stand Out After Graduation

CSI Blog

If you want to use your degree to kick-start your career, it’s just as important to build up other relevant experiences for your resume. In fact, that’s what can help your resume stand out from the rest! And the best time to start is before you graduate. 

By: Daniel Cooper 26198 reads | 0 comments

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How To Make Your Resume Stand Out

Career Peer

Your resume represents many things. It is a slice of your life that highlights to an employer the most relevant things you’ve done, experiences you’re proud of, and the skills you’ve acquired. Still, writing one can be tough! Fortunately, there's one thing that can help you write an amazing resume: the job posting!

By: Alix Juillet 7994 reads | 0 comments
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Malinda's #1 Resume Tip: Don't Sell Yourself Short!

career advice

The content of your resume should allow your reader to step into your shoes and see the value you brought to your previous employers, as this is where your potential worth as a future employee is best expressed. So do yourself a favour, and don't sell yourself short!

By: Malinda Pathacharige 7951 reads | 0 comments
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