10 Resume Tips That Will Help You Get Hired

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Esme Smith

Esme received her M.A. In Counseling from St. Edward's University, and worked with students at Concordia University Texas' Career Center. She developed a passion for Career Counseling after leaving undergrad without much guidance, and grappling with unsatisfying work. She strives to help others bridge the gap between graduation and "the real world."

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2 responses to “10 Resume Tips That Will Help You Get Hired”

  1. Monecha says:

    If you are scheduled for the cpa exam how do you add that to your resume. Also, if you have more class experience than work in an area should you give examples of them in your resume?

    • Matt Berndt says:

      I recommeond listing the CPA Exam and date you are scheduled to take it in your Education section as a subsection of your degree. Or, if you have an Additional Qualifications section, it could go there.

      If you have solid experience that came from experiential class projects, you should certainly include this on your resume. It illustrates that you have successfully applied what you have learned. When you do so, focus on the outcome of your efforts, not on the grade you received … don’t say “I got an A” – tell them what you did to get that A.