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Are You Keeping Yourself From Your Next Dream Job?

8 out of 10 Americans want a new job (Society of HR Professionals, Dec. 2003). When people want to figure out their career situation, they are generally looking for something that is “better” or more, i.e., more passion, more of a challenge, more balance, or more money. Ironically, I’ve found that most clients start the career planning with a limited sense of possibility.

Limitations come from:

* Lack of confidence ("On one level I know I can start out on my own, but when it comes to doing it, I think I can't; so I don't!")


Top Tips For a Killer Resume

Hoping to land your dream job or just a position that will help you earn some spare cash over the summer months? Whether you're
applying to be the chief financial officer of a multinational corporation or trying to become WalMart's newest customer service rep, a great resume is essential. Here are some tips to make yours stand out.

1. Know what you want: Your resume should clearly state what type of job you are looking for and what you are hoping to achieve in your career. This is also known as an objective, and it is an essential entry on every resume.

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