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Writing a personal cover letter along with a resume is a good practice, but it is ruined if the words and phrases in it are clichés, heard a million times before.
Words like go-getter or dynamic or self-starter sound vague and hollow. They may even mean that you...
Being responsible, proactive, motivated or dedicated sound like great words to describe yourself, but employers prefer specific accomplishments and these general traits or buzzwords tell them nothing that they would find tangible...
Don’t waste valuable space by writing phrases like ‘I have excellent communication skills’ or 'I’m a quick learner’. This is not the 90s anymore.
Have a concrete example to pinpoint your skill sets, like the time you may have organized a seminar or some s...
Managers and recruiters prefer quantifiable statements. Let your career path become a verifiable fact sheet that has connections, stories, examples, and demonstrations.
Example: While interviewing for the post of a recruiter, don’t just claim that you have ample experience of interview...
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