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The Most Common Resume Mistakes And How To Fix Them | Fast Company

Posted on March 29th, 2017 by The Learning Factor

Reviewing 300,000 resumes gives you some perspective on the art and science of making an impact in a single page. For Ladders, a membership-based job-matching site for professionals, assessing and analyzing the results of 300,000 resumes from its users surfaced a few common errors that can have a big impact on whether a job candidate even gets a chance to proceed to the interview stage.

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From choosing the right verb to leaving off one crucial word, there are three simple ways to boost your chances of getting the job.

Four Questions You Should Always Ask Before Starting A New Work Project | Fast Company

Posted on March 27th, 2017 by The Learning Factor

You might just want to dive in head first, but stopping to make sure you’ve got all the information you need can save you later on.

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You might just want to dive in head first, but stopping to make sure you’ve got all the information you need can save you later on.

Build Your Resilience: 5 Ways To Lean Into Life’s Curves

Posted on March 22nd, 2017 by The Learning Factor

Life isn’t linear. No matter how well thought out your plans, they’ll eventually collide with a reality you didn’t plan on. Learning to “lean into the curves” when life doesn’t unfold as you’d hoped will help spare you untold stress, bounce back faster and emerge better off.  Here’s five ways to do just that.

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Life isn’t linear. Sooner or later the best laid plans collide with a reality you didn’t plan on. Learning to “lean into the curves” will help you handle them better and emerge better off.

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