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Should free online courses such as Udacity, Tutsplus, Codecademy and the like be listed along with relevant training? [duplicate]

Should free online courses such as Udacity, Tutsplus, Codecademy and the like be listed along with relevant training? Specifically, because the job I am current applying to is within the Federal ...
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Training done, certificate received, should I put it on my cv/linkedin profile? [duplicate]

Recently I had a four-day training about Android development. The training was paid by my employer and delivered by an external company. It's the first time I've taken this kind of training. ...
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Adding Online Courses in Resume [duplicate]

So, I just graduated and for personal reasons I'll take some time off(possible LASIK surgery soon), and meanwhile I'm taking a couple online courses in my field (Computer Engineering), is it correct ...
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How to include online courses skills in a resume [duplicate]

I'm looking for an entry-levels job, and (almost) all my relevant skills come from online courses on coursera.org How should I list these in my resume/CV? Should I create a section 'Continuing ...
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Should extracurricular activities be mentioned on a CV? [duplicate]

As a student I have taken extracurricular courses related to my major, should I list them on my CV? In case it is helpful: I am on the third year. I am majoring in computer science and have taken ...
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Is it appropriate to put MOOC's free courses in the resume?

As you may already know, Coursera, Udacity and EdX have free courses as well as paid courses (which are basically the free ones with a certificate of completion). My question is, when I complete a ...
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On a resume, how can I explain self-taught software? [duplicate]

I took on the bookkeeping position at my former job, just prior to the firing of the bookkeeper. I knew nothing about the bookkeeping software and had to teach myself the A/R, A/P, payroll and tax ...
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How relevant are HackerRank-alike certifications on CV/LinkedIn?

The companies nowadays use HackerRank/LeetCode style questions as a major part of their interviewing process (whether is's good or bad is for another discussion). Let's call it a day. I am not an algo-...
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Is it ok to put the courses that I have self-studied in my resume? what should be the wording?

Is it ok to put the courses that I have self-studied in my resume? what should be the wording? I'm going to compose a CV as a network engineer I need to know if it's OK to have self-studied courses ...
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Would employers believe if I have self-studied statistics?

I was educated to mathematician but failed to get a job because employers were looking for a statistician more than mathematician. I was wondering that if I read lecture notes and books used in ...
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How do I list a certification on my resume that I've prepared for but haven't earned yet?

How can I include certifications that I have prepared and studied for but not yet earned on my resume? I am currently preparing to obtain certifications for AZ-104 (Microsoft Azure Administrator) and ...
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