Why details matter when applying for jobs

05/15/2013 | SimplyHired.com

Spelling and grammatical errors in resumes and cover letters can undermine a job search, career coach Lisa Swan writes in this blog post. Job seekers also should have a clear statement of what kind of job they want on their resumes, and target jobs that match their skills. "You may want to work with a career coach or a career counselor to figure out what it is you would like to do, or talk to a mentor on what you should do next," Swan advises.

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