Resume Writing Services

Resume writing is critical in controlling the image you present to employers. The stronger the skill and experience descriptions are in your resume--the higher the number of interviews and salary offers you will receive.

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Cover Letter

A Resume cover letter is a one-page document that is designed to introduce and explain submitted material such as a job application. Drafting a cover letter is challenging work, as it must cleanly and elegantly sell the accompanying material along with its author. Some people seek professional help when assembling a cover letter...

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Resume Distribution

Resume distribution helps to recruiters and employers may well improve your chances of getting a new position. In this day and age, employment agencies and recruiters are the quickest and most comfortable means for finding a job and improve your chances of getting a new position.

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  • How to proofread

    Your resume must be error-free.
    Just one misspelled word or punctuation error can ruin all your hard work. I've spoken with several hiring managers who say they won't call a candidate whose resume contains typos.

    You should proofread your resume four times for four areas:

    1. Spelling.
    2. Spacing.
    3. Punctuation.
    4. and Content.

    Print the resume before you proofread it.
    This makes it much easier to read. You'd be surprised how many errors become visible on a printed page versus a computer screen.

    Professional Proofreading Checklist

    1, Spelling.
    Use your word processor's spell checker AND read it yourself. Most misspelled words occur in the headings and in software/business names.

    2, Facts and figures.
    Check all years and numbers in the resume and cover letter. Do they add up? Are they consistent?

    3, Spacing.
    Make sure the space between each sentence and section is the same.

    4, Punctuation.
    Read the resume BACKWARDS, looking for missing or incorrect punctuation, such as commas, dashes between dates, apostrophes, etc.

    5, Clarity and content.
    Read the resume aloud for awkward, missing or extra words.

    6, Contact information.
    Verify your name, address, ZIP code and phone are correct.

    7, Layout.
    Are the upper and lower margins even and pleasing to the eye? Is there white space throughout the document, or is the text too dense? Print the resume and show it to friends for their comments.