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Annette Richmond, MA, CARW, CCELW, is a Certified Resume Writer, Certified LinkedIn Profile Writer, and former recruiter. Her career advice has been featured by Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Business Insider, Monster, Vault, and WSJ. She helps motivated, senior level professionals tell their unique career story. She also serves as executive editor of career-intelligence.com.

5 Ways To Radically Improve Your Chances On LinkedIn

5 Ways To Radically Improve Your Chances On LinkedIn

Sadly, LinkedIn is something many people neglect. They put in their job histories. They may even put a few sentences in their summary before considering it good to go. Huge…

How To Get Recruiters to Actually Read Your Resume

How To Get Recruiters to Actually Read Your Resume

You may think that a recruiter or hiring manager will read your resume from top to bottom as soon as they receive it. They won’t. You may also think that…

Think A Little Negativity Won’t Hurt? Think Again.

Think A Little Negativity Won’t Hurt? Think Again.

Everyone expects to have recruiters and potential employers view their LinkedIn profile. But what you may not realize they are probably checking you out via a Google search as well.…

How To Stand Out From Your Competition

How To Stand Out From Your Competition

If you’re planning to look for a new job in the next 6 months, it’s time to start working on your resume. Now. Whether you’ve decided to write it yourself…

Employment History vs. Modern Resume

Employment History vs. Modern Resume

If you want to get an employer’s attention, don’t send them an employment history. Send them a results-driven, easy-to-scan resume. While many people think they are one and the same.…

Job Interviews Aren’t All About You

Job Interviews Aren’t All About You

Don’t get ahead of yourself in a job interview. Ask questions, yes. But don’t make it all about you. In some respects, an initial job interview is like a first…

Salary: Negotiate Or Not?

Salary: Negotiate Or Not?

Do you accept the first salary offered or do you negotiate? In my 9 to 5 years, working for small firms, nonprofits, and international corporations, I always accepted the first…

Stay True To Yourself, One Technology Exec’s Advice To Her Younger Self

Stay True To Yourself, One Technology Exec’s Advice To Her Younger Self

Interview with Hilary Laney, President of Tri-Digital Women in the executive suite are unusual. Women leaders in technology are rarer still. So, it’s always inspiring to see a young woman…

5 Ways To Tap Into The Hidden Job Market

5 Ways To Tap Into The Hidden Job Market

You’ve probably heard that many jobs aren’t advertised. That’s true. And even when jobs are advertised, candidates who come in as a referral have a better chance of landing the…

Resume Bloopers

Resume Bloopers

Simply bad to truly bizarre resume blunders During your career your resume is one of your most important marketing tools. Your resume is often your first introduction to recruiters and…

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