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The 20 top tech skills that employers want and that can help you find a job, according to recruiting site Indeed

From Amazon Web Services to Docker to Python, here are the top 20 tech skills for finding a job, according to the job listings site Indeed.

We asked pro résumé coaches to name one thing they wish everyone knew

Experts shared their biggest résumé tips, including the importance of having a professional design and being cautious of careless mistakes.

The 6 smartest things I did when looking for a new job

Author Myelle Lansat details the six most productive things she did when looking for a new job.

Entry-level workers need more experience than ever to get a job, and it could upend one of the biggest rules about writing a résumé

Some experts are acknowledging the benefits of making your resume longer, and research suggests hiring managers prefer two-page résumés.

482 hiring managers looked at nearly 20,000 résumés and found the classic advice to limit your résumé to one page might be wrong a...

Most résumé coaches say your résumé shouldn't exceed a page, especially if you're an entry-level worker. But new research suggests otherwise.

17 things that make this the perfect résumé

If you need an excellent sample résumé that you should work off of, look no further. Amanda Augustine, career expert at TopResume, created a résumé example that will serve as a helpful guide to any jobseeker.
Don't let recruiters catch you making one of the worst résumé mistakes out there.

The biggest résumé mistake makes recruiters cringe and hiring managers dismiss you immediately

Recruiters and résumé experts discussed the biggest mistake job seekers can make on their résumé.

11 ways to update your résumé when you get a new job

As soon as you land a new job, you should update your résumé. TopResume shows us exactly what to do using the real résumé of someone who has a new role at work.
Lying on your résumé probably won't get you the job.

The 10 most cringe-worthy lies and mistakes hiring managers have caught on a résumé

It's never worth it to lie on your résumé — hiring managers are quick to catch on, and the embarrassing mistake could cost you the job.