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Dana Leavy-Detrick
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Resume writer, design junkie, & founder of Brooklyn Resume Studio / Los Angeles Resume Studio. I write, tweet, post and generally engage around careers, job searching, freelancing, creativity & work-life balance.
Resume writer, design junkie, & founder of Brooklyn Resume Studio / Los Angeles Resume Studio. I write, tweet, post and generally engage around careers, job searching, freelancing, creativity & work-life balance.

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LinkedIn’s Open Candidates feature allows you to let recruiters know you’re actively looking for jobs - without notifying your current employer. Here’s how it works:

https://blog.linkedin.com/2016/10/06/now-you-can-privately-signal-to-recruiters-youre-open-to-new-job

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We're Hiring! BRS is looking for an experienced resume writer to join our Brooklyn team. Virtual freelance role with flex hours and competitive pay - plus a great team of folks to work with! Learn more: https://lnkd.in/dcc5pHg

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Brooklyn Resume Studio offers custom branded design services for job seekers, freelancers, and career changers – uniquely tailored to complement your resume while creating a polished presentation. Visit our design services page to learn about Infographic Bios, Customized Websites, Personal Logos, Business Cards, and more.

https://www.bklynresumestudio.com/design-services/
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From design to content - I shared some thoughts with Money.com on "What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2017"

http://money.us/2jdpYlF #career

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"Relocating to a new city can present a number of challenges to job seekers and career changers –including how to build a new professional network. Whether you’re in the process of planning to relocate or have already done so, there are a few things you can do to prepare in advance, start building lucrative relationships, and make your transition a successful one."


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What's outdated, what's necessary, and what makes a great looking, well-written resume? I talked with StyleCaster about my top 5 ways to refresh your resume for the New Year:

http://stylecaster.com/how-to-refresh-resume/ 

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High school and college students can benefit from a strong LinkedIn presence when applying to jobs, internships, and even universities.


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"Your social media presence — and, really, your whole digital footprint — is no longer just an extension of your résumé. It’s as important as your résumé. Social media use is now a standard of the hiring process, and there’s little chance of going back."
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