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Tip for making your job search more fun: get social and reconnect with old colleagues and friends online – a great way to network and find out about job opportunities.
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It goes without saying that you need to be well-prepared before going into an interview. Savvy job seekers understand this and make sure they have the right attire, bring questions to ask and know what types of questions to expect. Most importantly, you need to have done your homework and pulled together information on the company, as knowing certain facts can help you tremendously in the interview. But what information should you research?

In our latest blog, we provide you with a list of the information you should know about a company before you step into that first interview. https://www.pongoresume.com/articles/510/what-you-should-know-about-a-company-before-you-interview.cfm
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Resume tip: When describing your strengths, always use powerful, action-oriented words or verbs, such as "generated," "expanded" or "motivated."
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Wishing all our members, friends and followers a happy and relaxing Labor Day weekend. Whether you are employed or engaged in an active job hunt, this is the holiday to honor all your hard work. Enjoy!
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Ensure you have a flawless resume by having it written by a professional. https://www.pongoresume.com/plans/professional-resumes.cfm
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Cover Letter Writing Tip: There are two very important details to consider that are often overlooked -- having the right greeting and the right company name.
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Resume Tip: Provide a “Professional Summary” versus an “Objective” at the top of your resume. Tell employers what skills, talents, etc. you bring to the table, not what you are looking for.
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If your job search has gone on longer than anticipated, you’re probably looking for new ways to boost your resume and job prospects. You may also want to maximize the time you have while you are unemployed. Volunteering for a job similar to the one you are pursuing can not only achieve these goals, it can be beneficial to both your job search and career in multiple ways.

In our latest blog, we outline the many ways volunteering can give you a leg up on your job search and help you gain new skills, contacts and industry knowledge. https://www.pongoresume.com/articles/509/volunteering-can-help-your-job-search-while-making-it-more-fun.cfm
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Resumes have changed dramatically over the years. If yours has collected some dust, we can help you brush it up! https://www.pongoresume.com/plans/professional-resumes.cfm
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Resume Tip: Make sure your resume includes the keywords the prospective employer is looking for based on the job description.
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