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Résumés that bring Results

Miriam Milstein

Whether you’re a recent graduate, returning to the workforce after a child-raising hiatus, or recently laid off, job hunting is never fun. There’s a lot of legwork, endless unreturned calls, and mounds of paperwork. Taking the time to craft a truly stellar résumé can drastically shorten the time you spend job hunting and can make your efforts more effective.

 

Making Little Hearts Whole

Barbara Bensoussan

When Chaya Waks’s son was born with heart problems, it was the start of a small revolution for babies with heart defects and their families

 

Late Bloomer

As told to Leah Gebber

I waited for it. I turned 40, but it didn’t come. Late bloomer, I told myself. Never fear. The time would come. I was almost looking forward to the crisis that must be imminent.

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