Sent many résumés and haven't heard a peep?
Your résumé could be swimming in an ocean of look-alikes—indistinguishable from the next. Your amazing unique talents and achievements may never be seen. I will create a powerful résumé and LinkedIn profile that is uniquely you—differentiated from the rest!
Obsessing over your résumé spending hours tweaking here and there?
It is time to delegate this task. You should spend most of your career search time making connections and networking—this is where your time is best spent. Not sitting in front of a computer editing.
Your résumé should propel you, not slow you in the recruiting process. If you aren't getting results, it is time to change your game plan.
Want to DIY? Research how to create a compelling résumé. See the Tips page for ideas.
Ready to delegate? See "Choosing a winning résumé writing team" below.
Does your résumé slow you down?
Choosing a winning résumé writing team
Finding a résumé revising company can be a total time waster with a confusing array of different price points and services. That is why I made it easy for you with a quick list of "must haves."
1. Is there someone you can talk to?
Uploading your personal information to a web page? Think again. Having a conversation with the person who is actually writing your résumé is invaluable. Your career goals, talents, and personality should be infused in your résumé—or, you'll look and sound like everyone else.
2. Will they tailor your résumé to your target opportunity?
Companies have unique cultures—their own lingo. One company calls a job, "Customer Service Representative" and other calls it, "Client Delighting Reps." You want your résumé to reflect the unique vibe of the company. Once you are hired you will morph. You will blend. You want your résumé to sound as if you already belong there.
3. Is there a guarantee?
Will you be stuck with a résumé you don't like? Some companies offer only one or two rounds of revisions. What if you aren't happy after the last revision? Find a company that will provide a solid 100% satisfaction guarantee.
4. Sounds too good to be true?
It takes me four to eight hours to revise one résumé. If the résumé company is charging a couple of hundred dollars or less, buyers beware. Do the math. A revised résumé is an investment in your future. Choose a Certified Professional Résumé Writer with a reputation of producing quality work.