Anina H.’s Avatar
Anina H. May 10, 2016 1095 views

Is it ever appropriate to ask your interviewer why you were rejected for a job, so that you can improve next time?

Hi! My name is Anina and I'm a high school senior interning at CareerVillage. I've always wondered if this was ok, because when I get rejected from places, I don't know how to improve next time. #human-resources #resume...

#interviews

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Maggie C. May 12, 2016 862 views

What is the difference in having volunteer work or paid job experience - besides the factor of money - in applying for a non-temporary job/career-related job?

I am debating whether to volunteer frequently, which would be easier to do over the summer before I go off to school, or to apply for jobs in my area, which I will have to quit before I leave. #career #resume #volunteering #college-jobs #employment #volunteer...

#job-applications

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Arshad A. May 14, 2016 817 views

Do you update your resume over time? If yes how often do you do?

Updating you resume would mean adding additional achievements or swapping with better achievements you have made throughout your college years. From what I know only few people update their resumes often. #college #career...

#resume

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Arshad A. May 20, 2016 764 views

Is it a good idea to put some of the modules/subjects taken at college in the resume?

I am a fresh graduate in the midst of finding a suitable job. While searching various positions, I have found that some companies require knowledge in a particular area. For instance if I am applying for an Inspection Engineer position which requires knowledge in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)...

#careers #engineering #resume #materials-science

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Shakuan F. Jun 04, 2016 578 views

When is it time to take high school achievements off your resume?

I accomplished many things in high school, but I know there is a point where future employers, colleges, etc only care for one's endeavors in college. When would one say that it's time to put "childish" things away? #college #resume #high-school...

#colleges

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Shakuan F. Jun 04, 2016 588 views

Is there an "ideal" resume?

I have two resumes: the simple resume looks rather boring to me, as if it was made in high school (which it was!), but the professional resume looks like it has a lot of info that can deter others from reading it. What guidelines should I follow to make sure I don't put too much or too little...

#resume #professional #editing

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Mickie B. Oct 18, 2016 594 views

Logistics supervisor ,I have 20 Years background in Logistics and seem to always enjoy its association yes its phasing out But any Customer services will do?

Customer services and helping others has been a part of my career ever since i started working . Began 1983 with Mrs WInners chicken I was a cook and drive thru helper. took on another job plus school Kroger cashier,Landed a great job had it two yrs with Scientific Atlanta .This time i scored...

#logistics #customer #services #finacial #project-manager #operating

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Brandon L. Nov 07, 2016 446 views

What are some practical ways to know if a job position is a good fit for me?

The jump from college (or school in general) to a career is a big step. #resume #interviews #professional-development...

#corporate

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Gabriela C. Dec 10, 2016 578 views

What should I include in my professional summary in my resume ?

Helllo , I am trying to work on my resume , but I am getting too many mixed ideas for my summary part in my resume help ! #resume #professional-development #summary...

#job-application

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Kemi L. Jan 06, 2017 1789 views

Can I include some high school experiences on my resume in college?

I just finished my first semester and am currently looking for a job. Since I don't really have much experiences in college yet, is it alright that I add some of my high school experiences, awards, etc. to this resume? #jobs #resume #college-jobs...

#resume-writing

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Jackie G. Jan 12, 2017 607 views

How do you make a good impression when volunteering?

Where I volunteer is a pretty impersonal place. I just go in unnoticed and barely get acknowledged by any staff. I understand that the staff is both busy and tired (this is an animal ER). I don't want to interrupt them, but how can I make good relations? The program offers letters of...

#internships #college #volunteering #networking #resume

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Jackie G. Jan 17, 2017 569 views

What are some 'remote' jobs college students can do to build skills?

I have noticed that there are a lot of remote jobs available nowadays, like freelance writing or helping out with data. Are these jobs good to build resume skills? If I don't have time for a full-time job, could these be useful for cash and testing professional skills? #college #career...

#resume #job-search #job-application #career-advice #personal-development

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Jackie G. Jan 18, 2017 690 views

How to network and build connections?

I could use some ways to build professional connections. I recently made a LinkedIn account--but, is this site really effective at building connections? #college #career #resume #networking #linkedin #job-application...

#personal-development

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Brenda S. Apr 30, 2017 879 views

Is there a cut-off for relevant information on resumes on Linked In, or should you include everything?

**For everyone who doesn’t have a LinkedIn and is reading this, I’d advise you to make one right now! It helps a lot, and even just making one and adding new things to it helps so much! LinkedIn is getting increasingly more popular with both employers and job-seekers. My university highly...

#linkedin #professional-training #professional-development #resume #career #job-application #writing #resume-writing

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Devetra C. May 04, 2017 915 views