KPMG Resume

Your KPMG resume is the doorway to a position at this consulting firm. Do you know that 60 percent of consulting applicants don’t make it past the resume screening phase? To land a job at KPMG, you must first make…

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Consulting Resume Tips

A powerful resume is critical to success in consulting recruiting. After working with thousands of clients over the past 10+ years, we’ve seen it all and bring you are best consulting resume tips. Listen to MC Managing Director Jenny Rae…

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What is a Consulting Resume?

If you are preparing to go into consulting, your resume must be tailored toward how consulting firms expect them. But what is a consulting resume? What are firms looking for? How do you convey to them who you are in…

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Resume Keywords: Consulting Action Words

In consulting recruiting, your resume can either be one of your greatest assets or liabilities. After all it’s the first impression you make in most instances. In order to best represent your set of experiences, you’ll need to use the…

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Consulting Resume: Complete Guide

The management consultant resume is the most important document in the recruiting process. Maybe that’s why it causes so many headaches for candidates! But have no fear – we are here to help you craft your perfect management consulting resume.…

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Inside Secrets For Resume Review

Resume reviews happen in as little as six seconds. That’s six seconds to put your best foot forward, presenting a lifetime of professional skills, successes, stories and style onto a single page. At the most, you might nab a minute…

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Consulting Resume Review – Jenny Rae and Chris

Interested in seeing how a MC resume review works? Looking for tips on how to transition well into consulting? Meet Chris, a lawyer interested in breaking into consulting. Pay careful attention to how Jenny Rae tweaks his resume and gives…

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How Consultants Review Resumes

The consulting resume review process is a black box for applicants. You only know whether you’ve gotten the interview or been rejected. In rare cases, you’ll get feedback on why you didn’t make the cut, but the advice is generic…

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