Resumes and Cover Letters

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Melanie
Smith

What Does a Biotech Recruiter Look For?

As a Recruiter reviews a resume, there are certain things that we typically look for and want to see in a resume, and certain things we just don’t want to see.


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

The Three C's Of Job Search

Hello everyone!Rather than talk about the nuts and bolts of job search this month, I wanted to touch on the mental game of job search. Let's be real, the mental aspect, or “mindset”, is really the most important part. Without the proper frame of mind, you have nothing. It's like having the ...


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Judy
Lytle

Transferrable Skills for Your Resume, CV, or Next Job Application

When thinking about how to translate your lab skills to skills that your next boss might find useful, look at the big picture. You’re taking steps toward becoming a generalist, most likely. So your knowledge base is going from an-inch-wide-and-a-mile-deep, to a-mile-wide-and-an-inch-deep. Let...


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Judy
Lytle

Your Resume

Back in November, I wrote a blog with tips for writing a cover letter. This blog will focus on the resume. I spent a few years working for a great little start-up that hired me as one of their first 10 or so employees, which meant I wore a lot of hats. One of my hats was “Science and Technolo...


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Christiana
Davis

The Art of Getting Positive References

Congratulations! Your resume has landed you an interview. But to authenticate your work history, prospective employers ask for professional references. They want to know the person behind the resume. To help them do this, they either contact the references directly, or they enlist the services ...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Don't be your own worst enemy

Hello everyone! This month, I wanted to focus on something that “SHOULD” go without saying, but I see it enough that I am moved to make it my topic this time around. 


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Judy
Lytle

Beef up that resume

You can make yourself marketable. Really, you have to, especially if you’re considering a career change. There are a few things I’ve done or currently do that continue to add to my resume. And yes I know – you have a family. You volunteer. You have a full-time job. You’re a part-time super-h...


Connie Hampton

Connie
Hampton

Which is better? To Use a Recruiter or to Apply Online?

The short answer is “Neither” and here is why. The way hiring works is that a company does not hire unless they have a problem they can’t solve with the people that are already paying. Why would they hire somebody if their team can get it done? The first person who knows that they’re n...


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Judy
Lytle

What does my cover letter do for me?

What does my cover letter do for me? Your cover letter can get you in the door, and maybe land you an interview for that dream job. If it’s written well. The cover letter is your opportunity to say to a prospective employer, “Look at how perfect I am for this position.”