Archive for the “Tips” Category

PR Salaries to Escalate in 2014

January 9, 2014 by prtalent

Salaries are trending up for PR and MarCom positions across the country. This is PR Talent’s assessment of where the stand today.

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Choosing The Best Resume Format: Chronological or Functional

March 27, 2012 by angelsmith

Your resume can be arranged in one of two basic formats: chronological or functional… also sometimes referred to as a summary resume. The functional (or summary) resume distills your total work experience into major areas of expertise. For public relations this can be broken up into specific communications skills and industry expertise. The chronological resume […]

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What to Leave Out of Your Resume!

May 20, 2009 by angelsmith

Nearly everything written about resume design concentrates on what you should put in. But let’s look at what should be left out, or at least minimized. Salary history or salary requirements. I’ve never heard one good reason to mention your past, current, or expected salary. If you see a classified ad that says, “Only resumes […]

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Keys to an Effective Resume for PR Candidates OR putting ‘Brand You’ on Paper

May 15, 2009 by angelsmith

First of all there are no rules any more. But we do have some strong suggestions… especially if you’re sending your resume to PR Talent. Brand You. Remember that your resume is summarizing your professional abilities as concisely and persuasively as possible. It’s ‘Brand You’ on paper. Make sure that everything you put in your […]

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