240 Resume Action Words & Power Words to Make Your Resume Shine

240 Resume Action Words & Power Words to Make Your Resume Shine

List of resume action words and power words to use instead of: team player, leadership, responsible for, communication, and lots more. Plus how to use power words in a resume to get more interviews. See lists of resume buzzwords, verbs, and adjectives, and which words to avoid and use to land that dream job fast!

Sales Representative Resume: Sample & Writing Guide [20+ Examples]

Sales Representative Resume: Sample & Writing Guide [20+ Examples]

A sales representative resume sample that gets jobs. Get 20+ great examples and job-winning tips from our experts. Read our complete guide to writing a professional inside/outside resume for sales representatives: highlight your sales skills and achievements, get a lot more interviews, and kick-start a new career!

Your Personal Life Is a Project. Learn to Manage It like a PM Superstar!

Your Personal Life Is a Project. Learn to Manage It like a PM Superstar!

We all know these people who always seem to be on top of things—get more done in less time, deliver on every task they take on. To help you become one of them, I reached out to a few successful project managers—people who get paid to be *master* planners—and asked what to do to better manage one’s personal life. Here are their best tips.

What to Do to Help Your Kids Be Successful

What to Do to Help Your Kids Be Successful

The world in which your kids are growing up is vastly different from the one you grew up in. Researchers continue to seek out the specifics that will help develop a robust 21st-century policy for early education. How do children learn outside the classroom versus inside? Does technology have impact? How can parents, teachers, peers and others help kids succeed? Here are seven common sense and science-backed takeaways that will help your child thrive on the path to adulthood.

Work-Life Balance Is Dead, and Here's Why

Work-Life Balance Is Dead, and Here's Why

When you finally come home at the end of a long day of work, you want to have an actual life. You socialize, shop, catch a movie, and maybe go to your favorite restaurant. The truth is, all that time, a thought lingers in the back of your mind: “I have to wake up early tomorrow.” And there’s nothing wrong with it. We’re looking into whether it makes sense to try and achieve a perfect balance between your work and life—and if not, what are some alternative attitudes.

Women in IT: A Changing Landscape in Our Changing Technological World

Women in IT: A Changing Landscape in Our Changing Technological World

In this technology-dependent world, it's clear that the flow of information is key to our shared future. But who gets to help build that future? Of all entry-level positions in the tech field, just 37 percent are occupied by women. For managerial positions and the hallowed “C-Suite,” the number drops to 15 percent. So why is this?

Is the US Higher Education System a Failure? (Bryan Caplan Interview)

Is the US Higher Education System a Failure? (Bryan Caplan Interview)

“Emotionally satisfying policies are generally bad. The world is full of bitter choices and unpleasant truths, and if you don’t base policies on these, you waste a lot of money and time,” Bryan Caplan, Professor of Economics at the George Mason University, argues. And one of the biggest wastes of time and money in the US is the higher education system. Read our interview with Professor Caplan and find out more.

You Love Your Career… But You’re Burning Out

You Love Your Career… But You’re Burning Out

The risk of burnout nowadays is higher than ever. Seven out of ten Millenials are experiencing some level of burnout in their jobs. Why are we feeling burned out then? Is it because we hate our jobs? Our peers? No. Burnout can affect even those of us who love our careers. But it can be avoided. And this article will show you how to do it.