Monthly Archives: January 2012

7 Interview Tips: What Hiring Managers Really Want From You

It really shouldn’t be this way, but interviewing is as unpredictable as New England weather. In article written by the staff at PongoResume.com, Interviewing Tips: What Hiring Managers Really Want from You, hiring manager Michael Neece was interviewed by the staff for … Continue reading

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Make your résumé easy to read if you want to be considered for an interview

I don’t know what’s worse, a résumé that is so dense that it looks like something James Joyce wrote, or so sparse that it looks like a Haiku. Look, one of the golden rules of writing your résumé is that … Continue reading

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Get rid of the clutter on your résumé

I hate clutter. If I could get rid of half the stuff in my house, it would take two dumpsters and five days of work. As I clean my house—the kids and my wife at the Fine Arts Museum in … Continue reading

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