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How Many Pages Should a Resume be in 2020?

How Many Pages Should a Resume be in 2020? Here at Resumes To You, we often get our clients requesting that their resumes be only two pages long. We ask them, “Why?” and their answer is that it’s what they’ve read or heard. This statement is, in fact, not true; a resume doesn’t need to […]

10 steps to grow confidence at work

10 steps to grow confidence at work Understanding where your doubt comes fromAs with all fears, we must understand their origins if we’re to meet them head on. The better you know yourself, the more you’ll be able to help yourself. Accepting itDenial is an emotion determined to hold us back from being what we’re […]

How to Set the Right Tone on Your Resume

How to Set the Right Tone on Your CV You can’t reflect body language on paper. So, when it comes to putting your best foot forward it’s uber-important to get the tone right on your CV. Here’s our tips on how to do it properly. It is not what you say it is what you […]

Why Properly Naming Your Resume Matters?

Why Properly Naming Your Resume Matters? You have the experience nailed and a professional resume written. Now, here’s the scoop on how to break through the competition. Securing a job is no easy feat. So, if there’s something you can do to break though competitor job applications and get noticed wouldn’t you want to get […]

The importance of confidence

There is no denying that a qualification is an important and in many cases determinant attribute when it comes to securing a job. There is certainly no denying the impact one will have on a prospective employee when they come to peruse your resume. However, a tertiary education isn’t the only employee attribute that will […]

Use confidence to win over interviewers

Interviews can be nerve-wracking experiences. As a job seeker, it’s in your interest to manage that fear and appear confident to the interviewing panel. Here’s five tips on how to achieve that. 1. Build confidence through knowledge Make sure you research the role you are applying for and the company, so you can speak confidently […]

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