How—and When—to Include Projects on Your Resume (Plus Examples!)

If you’ve completed a project you’re especially proud of, it’s natural to want to show it off on your resume—and it might even help you land your next job. Projects that potentially belong on your resume can come from your …

By Regina Borsellino
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8 Things Successful Women Avoid Before 9 AM For a Productive Day

It’s no new news that establishing and sticking to a morning routine can work wonders. From increasing productivity levels and  boosted mood to improved focus and beyond, there are no shortage benefits for having a morning routine.

But when we …

By Danielle Page
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How to Improve Your Networking Skills in 2021

If you’re not networking, you’re not growing your career. It’s that simple. Networking is your career lifeblood—whether you work for someone else or are an entrepreneur. You can have the best skills or concept in the world, but if you …

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9 Science Careers

 DAWN ROSENBERG MCKAY

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Imagine a world without scientists. People who work in science careers are responsible for many of the things we, as a society, benefit from every day—ways to prevent and cure diseases, new technology, and …

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10 Entry-Level Jobs for English Majors (No, English Teacher Isn’t One of Them)

When faced with the age-old question “What are you going to do with that degree?” English majors often find themselves wondering how they’ll land a job after graduation. You may think your only options are to become an English teacher, …

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Living with Chronic Illness or Disability | Know Your Strengths

The job search is already an anxiety-inducing endeavor, but it can also be demoralizing when you live with chronic illness or disability. You may be unsure of whether or not to disclose your health status from the get-go and, if …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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Should You List Your GPA on Your Resume? Here’s Everything to Consider

To add or not to add your grade point average to your resume? It might not seem like an important question, but did you know that there are times including or not including your GPA could literally help land you …

By Jessica Abraham - The Muse
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10 Tips to Deal with Daily Setbacks

“We all have problems. The way we solve them is what makes us different.” – Unknown

“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.” – Hans Selye

Have you experienced moments when things don’t go your way? It could …

By Celestine Chua
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9 High-Paying Writing Jobs for the Word-Obsessed (You Know Who You Are)

Most people don’t consider writing a lucrative career path—that is, outside of the few writers who make it big with a New York Times bestseller or an award-winning screenplay. And thanks to the “starving artist” stereotype, many people think they …

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
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The Most Important Parts of a Resume—Explained

There are a few things that are part of every resume: your name and contact information, your experience, your skills, and your education. But there are plenty of other optional yet still common components you might choose to include. What …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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