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 Sorting out the one-page resume conundrum

Year in and year out, the one page resume is touted in any number of media reports as the recommended length for an effective resume.

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Is your LinkedIn profile HR-ready?

According to numerous studies, articles and anecdotal information, employers are continuing to look at LinkedIn profiles in vetting job candidates – sometimes before even reading a candidate’s resume.

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Full Sail opens in Southeastern Wisconsin following recent move

Full Sail Writing & Editing Services, LLC, a career communications, marketing and publishing consultancy, is now offering services to clients in Southeastern Wisconsin following its recent move to Thiensville, Wis.

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Full Sail Writing & Editing Services wins Hermes Creative Award

Full Sail Writing & Editing Services, LLC, received a Gold Award in the 2019 Hermes Creative Awards competition.

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Value: the time-tested resume differentiator

When I think about the resumes in general that cross my desk month to month, they more often than not are easily categorized: They either create excitement or they don’t.

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Full Sail provides resume reviews at the Portage County Job Fair

Tim Solinger, owner of Full Sail Writing & Editing Services, provided free resume reviews to attendees at the recent Portage County Job Fair that was held at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center in Stevens Point.

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Why a white paper could be right for your organization

White papers are created by a wide range of individuals and entities—from entrepreneurs and consultants to large companies.

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How your customers can help put more pop into your marketing

When thinking of ways to energize your marketing, have you considered those special customers who regularly sing your praises?

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Resume CPR – how to breathe new life into your document

If your resume is a bit flat, uninspired, or doesn’t fully reflect your skills and experiences as a job candidate, a good first step is to closely look at each of your job descriptions. Possibly you are doing little more than listing job duties.

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Employers today value soft skills more than ever – what it means for you and your resume

As confirmed by continued reports and surveys (such as Manpower’s “Your Future Depends on Soft Skills” – https://tinyurl.com/yaamw3rp), one the biggest changes in the job marketplace in recent years is the substantially greater emphasis that employers are placing on soft skills.

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