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5 Overlooked Design Tips to Set You Apart & Get You a Job

How to Show Potential Employers You're More Than Just Words on a Page

Professional Photos Don't Have to be Boring

Professional" should not equal boring. Sure, you'll want at least one close-up and head-and-shoulders shot while wearing a business-appropriate suit or jacket, but providing a shot that emphasizes your area of expertise and brand can make an impression as well.

  • If you’re a chef? Get a great photo creating your signature dish in a busy kitchen.
  • Non-profit fundraising manager? Get some shots with those that you love helping.
  • Yoga instructor? I'm sure you can figure out the best pose.