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About Max Woolf

Max Woolf is a writer at ResumeLab. He’s passionate about helping people land their dream jobs through the expert career industry coverage. In his spare time, Max enjoys biking and traveling to European countries. You can hit him up on LinkedIn.

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While the US unemployment rate has dropped to 7.9 percent as of September 2020, the job market is still largely recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, job seekers now have to jump at any opportunity to stand out from the crowd to sustain amidst today’s challenging times. That’s when LinkedIn comes into play. […]

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When you accept a job offer, you’re effectively taking a leap of faith and stepping into the unknown. After all, it’s everything but easy to gauge cultural fit during the recruitment process, especially today when a vast majority of job interviews are done via Zoom or other videoconferencing technology. Luckily, there are three robust strategies […]

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So you’ve decided to pursue a social work career.  Unlike some of your friends that opted to work for a paycheck in one of those powerhouses, you want to do good for the community and make the world a better place. Problem? Getting a robust social work job might be everything but easy. In fact, […]

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One of the core issues many businesses face is a high turnover rate, even amidst COVID-19. That’s because many of them zero in on attracting talent, instead of trying to excavate insights from the employees who choose to seek alternative career prospects, which are rife in today’s economy. But— If you let people out of […]

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So you’ve decided to call it quits and look for greener pastures.  In fact, you’re contemplating the idea of coming into the office with a resignation cake and putting it on your boss’ desk. Peace out! But—you’ve got to be careful. If you fail to quit your job gracefully, it might ruffle some feathers and […]

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You’re about to learn how to prep for your next job interview. But first— Picture this: You’ve been in between jobs for over two months. If things go on like that, you’ll soon use up your life-time savings and start living on Chicken Ramen 6 Pack. But— At last, you get the callback from a […]

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Here’s the thing: If you downplay your salary expectations like more than half of US workers, you’ll shoot yourself in the foot. Why? Because if you fail to negotiate your salary when you accept a job offer, you might as well throw a mind-boggling $600,000 in lifetime salary off Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster in space. […]

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So you’ve been job-hunting for quite some time now.  You heavily revised your resume, shot an email to your former colleagues, and spent every ounce of your energy to make sure your application is free from pesky typos. But— Things aren’t clicking. You check your mailbox every day (including the spam folder), but nothing slips […]

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Meet Diana—nice clear glass frames. She’s eyeing one of your best sellers and is now tempted to hit Buy Now. But— Before she does, Diana decides to check reviews. Because akin to 84 percent of customers, she trusts online reviews as much as personal recommendations. Oops. You’ve got as many as none. This is when […]

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