These are the questions I get most often: Let’s tackle these one at a time. The standard is that text which precedes a bullet point should end with a colon.
By outlining these bad logo designs (in my opinion) I hope to raise awareness of how important it is to have a strong brand & identity for your business or product.
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On the other hand, making some grammatical errors just makes you look bad, and hurts your effectiveness.
Sometimes we even misuse words simply because we hear others use them incorrectly.
But it’s your life encompassing many years, and you need lots of facts and […] How to Read a Résumé Waiting to hear back from a company regarding your candidacy for a job can be frustrating.
Sometimes the days stretch into weeks, and before long you’re convinced that they’re not interested, and you’re getting pissed off that they didn’t call or write to let you know.
Everybody thinks their job should be capitalized—and why not—it’s about them. So, in an attempt to shed light on this mess, here we go: Out of all of the nonsense above, and forgetting the fact that it is for the purpose of keyword stuffing (to be discussed later), nothing but the first word of each “bullet point” should be capitalized. It baffles the hell out of me at times, and for good reason.
I think resumes might have more capitalization problems than all other documents with the exception of the legal department. We’ll get into some of the other rules in future posts.
With that said, and for the sake of keeping things simple, I suggest beginning all bullet points with a capital letter and ending them with a period.