Category Archives: Resume Writing

From BHLB Trustee to CIMB Commerce Trustee

Sigh …. why must it be so complicated? Let me set the record straight, since I’m well aware of the history of Rockwills Corporation, having been associated with this estate planning business since 1996. Long ago, which was some 20 … Continue reading

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Snippet: what if nobody watches you?

Sital Ruparelia, the founder of¬†6 Figure Career Management, once suggested some questions for you to ponder: If you were locked in a big bookstore overnight with all the security cameras switched off and no one looking, which section of the … Continue reading

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Snippets: Prioritise your details

You will generate a better response with your resume if it is well organised and packed with relevant information. Therefore, learn to give priority and list the most relevant academic, research, volunteer or work experience.¬†Secondly, include an Objective and Summary … Continue reading

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Good spelling can save your business

Who says the ability to spell correctly isn’t important? To me, spelling – and grammar – are integral to good communication skills. And it isn’t only for resumes. Correct spelling is also very important for webpages. Continue reading

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The resume: getting down to basics

I want to get down to pure basics in today’s blog item and talk about the resume.If you are new in the job market or are going to be in one pretty soon, you’ll need to know what is a … Continue reading

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Some resume tips for job seekers

This came from an article in The Star today: AP Search Management Recruitment Sdn Bhd director KH Teoh believes that with the present shrinking job market, there is a greater need for job seekers to write their resumes and present … Continue reading

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Upload the resume you write

It’s quite common that many job seekers are now creating their resumes on online job sites. However, this does not mean that nobody is writing the traditional, old-fashioned resume any more. Far from it, many people are still doing this … Continue reading

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Padding one’s resume

I received an interesting email today. Someone asked me whether it was all right to pad his resume. In case you don’t know what this means, it means making a lie in your resume. Adding qualifications or experience or skills … Continue reading

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Not the way to boost your resume

I wouldn’t recommend you to do this but in Florida, a man had himself videotaped jumping off a causeway bridge. No, it wasn’t any attempt to escape from the gloomy economy crisis in the United States but just to get … Continue reading

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Who’re your job references?

Job seekers are often faced with a dilemma when they write their resumes. Should they or shouldn’t they list their references in their resumes? I’ve been asked this so many times in my talks around the campuses in Malaysia. There … Continue reading

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