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345 Rt. 17 South

Saddle River, New Jersey,07458

United States

Company Description

We are the best....and year after year, we prove that to our clients. While other resume services come and go, we have been achieving success for our clients for 20+ years and we can do the same for you. Let us help you stand out from the crowd! ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Job.com Inc


Executive Recruiter

Brooks Executive Search


Affiliations

Master

Board Member


Credibility

Founder


Professional Association of Resume Writers

Certified Professional Resume Writer, Executive Board Member


Personal Brand

Founder


Education

B.A.

Creative Writing


Bachelor of Arts

Business Management

ABC University


MBA

Marketing Jobs


Web References(174 Total References)


Job Seeker Weekly: Find a Job Through Many Years of Job Search Advice

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by Alesia Benedict, GetInterviews.com
Alesia Benedict, Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) and Job and Career Transition Coach (JCTC), is the president of GetInterviews.com, a resume writing firm that provides mid-management and senior level professionals with customized, branded resumes and career marketing documents.


October, 2011 | BarryStaff - Dayton Ohio Staffing Agency

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While conveying your skills is important, your resume shouldn't be a dumping ground for every minor accomplishment in your career, says resume expert Alesia Benedict, president of GetInterviews.com.
"Don't list tasks that are not relevant to the new career or you will simply reinforce that you should only be considered for your current type of position," Benedict says.


Five Top Mistakes with Online Profiles

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By: Alesia Benedict, GetInterviews.com


DubaiResumes.com - Most Comprehensive Database of Resumes in Dubai

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The most frequent resume faux pas is to fill it "with unsubstantiated claims and too much industry jargon that doesn't sell the candidate," says Alesia Benedict, Executive Director of GetInterviews.com, a resume-writing firm in Rochelle Park, N.J.
"A resume is a marketing document designed to sell your skills and strengths," she says. By including and highlighting specific achievements that present a comprehensive picture of your marketability, Ms. Benedict says that you'll attract many more interview offers. Mistake #3: Outdated Information A glaring red flag on many resumes is job descriptions dating back 30 or more years. "A resume isn't your biography," says Ms. Benedict. Employers want to know "what you've done lately, so including information from the 1970s is hardly relevant and can do much more harm than good," she says.


FIVE RESUME MISTAKES THAT WILL KILL YOUR CANDIDACY

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Submitted by Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC
Original Publication Source: NATIONAL BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT WEEKLY The most frequent resume faux pas is to fill it "with unsubstantiated claims and too much industry jargon that doesn't sell the candidate," says Alesia Benedict, Executive Director of GetInterviews.com, a resume-writing firm in Rochelle Park, N.J. "A resume is a marketing document designed to sell your skills and strengths," she says. By including and highlighting specific achievements that present a comprehensive picture of your marketability, Ms. Benedict says that you'll attract many more interview offers. Mistake #3: Outdated Information A glaring red flag on many resumes is job descriptions dating back 30 or more years. "A resume isn't your biography," says Ms. Benedict. Employers want to know "what you've done lately, so including information from the 1970s is hardly relevant and can do much more harm than good," she says.


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