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A Candidate Value Proposition is more than just a tag line or headline on your resumé. It is the basis for determining what should and shouldn’t be included in your resumé, and how the information should be presented. There are three key components to a Candidate Value Proposition. 1. The Employer’s Motivators Ask yourself: What bottom-line results can the employer expect to see? How will the employer benefit from filling the job? 2. The Candidate’s

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Depending on the job you’re applying for, the person receiving your resumé could be combing through dozens if not hundreds of resumes. From that stack, they’ll likely only select a small handful for an interview. Before you start handing out your resumé to potential employers, take a few minutes to consider whether you’re making any of these mistakes. 1. No Specific Results in Your Resumé If your resumé lists the responsibilities you had at your

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