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    8 Ways to Customize Your Art Resume

    8 Ways to Customize Your Art Resume
    Career experts are unanimous on the importance of customizing our resumes for each new job we apply for. But for many of us, when it comes to revising our resumes, the first question is "How?" It's easy to get stuck in rut when you're working with material you know so well. So here are some ways to take a fresh look ...
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    How To Refresh Your Creative Resume

    How To Refresh Your Creative Resume
    In a competitive job market, we have to do everything we can to make our resumes more attractive to hiring managers. This can be difficult for older workers, who fear that even if there's no bias (subconscious or conscious) against job seekers on the mature side of 40, a resume may make them look "overqualified" for the positions they want. Here ...
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    20 Action Verbs to Kick Up Your Art Resume

    20 Action Verbs to Kick Up Your Art Resume
    Did you know you should have strong action verbs strategically placed throughout your resume? Well, now you do! Most importantly, you want them at the beginning of the majority of your bullet points and accomplishment-based statements. Please do yourself —and every hiring manager out there—a favor; do not start your sentences with: Responsible for…Worked with…or any other opening that lacks power ...
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    When Should Internships Be Cut from a Resume?

    When Should Internships Be Cut from a Resume?
    Dear J.T. and Dale: I’ve been out of college for a year and a half and am in my second job. I have four college internships on my resume, with bullets for specific duties under each. I can’t fit my work experience because of the internships. Should I remove them? How long after entering the workforce are internships even applicable? — ...
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    5 Signs Your Art Industry Resume Is Passe

    5 Signs Your Art Industry Resume Is Passe
    The workplace is not what it was five years ago. Neither is the job hunt. The most successful candidates are those who are ready and willing to adapt to a changing landscape. But it doesn’t matter how ready you are for the modern workplace if your graphic design resumé is straight out of 1994. And sometimes, it's the most minute details ...
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