Tag: Writing for Experience

7 Steps to Starting a WordPress Blog (And Build Your Experience)

Creating and maintaining a blog is one of the easiest ways to building your experience (if you lack it on your resume.) If you focus on a subject or niche you can rapidly build your knowledge on a particular topic. For example, if you like writing flash fiction in the horror genre you can write

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6 Ways Graduates can Build Experience

If you have recently graduated from college or university you don’t need anyone telling you it’s going to be tough finding a job in your area of study. Many companies are looking for experience even with an entry-level position. So how do you build your experience? Here are 6 ways you can: 1.Volunteer It is

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6 Ways to Build a Writing Portfolio

Writing is a craft that should and needs to be continuously worked on. Virtually any or all positions related to executive, management and customer relations need professionals with strong writing and communications skills. If you are on a job search be sure to upgrade your skills via online courses. However, building a Writing Portfolio is

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5 Ways of Building Your Resume With Little or No Job Experience

  Typically this situation happens to students who are fresh out of high school or college/university. Although having a good education is important companies crave that their candidates have some good work experience. Realistically, the kind of experience that companies are looking for is either rare or non-existent especially from a graduating student. So what

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