You already know to proofread your résumé before you send it out. But when do you double-check that everything’s clean, clear and error-free? The worst time to proofread is just after you finish typing. It’s smarter to put it aside for a day and then review for typos, spacing and punctuation problems. Better yet, ask a trusted friend to read it, too.
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Every day, key meetings take place in your office. And the decisions made as a result of these meetings can involve millions of dollars, and even change people’s futures. With everything that’s at stake in today’s challenging times, it’s no wonder that employers prize accurate minute-taking skills more than ever before....Click here to find out more.