Based in the small city of Cleveland, Tennessee (just up the road from Chattanooga, Tennessee), I’ve worked with people from all walks of life. And whether it’s a top-level executive or a recent college graduate, everyone wants the same thing from their resume.
They want it to help them get a foot in the door.
And that’s what a well-written resume does.
At its core, a good resume is clear and concise. It gives a picture of who you are, and it presents your skills and background in a way that makes you the obvious choice for an employer.
The purpose of a good resume is to help you get a foot in the door. Because once you get to the interview, you’ll nail it.
When someone in HR sees your resume for the first time, you don’t want it to get ignored or tossed in the trash. You want it placed on the top of the stack. And soon after, you want to get called in for an interview.
A good resume makes this possible.
Is Your Resume Clear or Confusing?
So pull out your computer and look at yours. Is it good? Is it clear and concise? Or is it confusing and overhyped?
If yours isn’t opening doors and you want a clear, concise resume that will do just that, I can help.
Whether you need one built from scratch or want your current work history polished and updated, I can take care of that for you, in three days or less.
Once you place your order, you’ll be given a small questionnaire to help me build your resume in a timely fashion. And by timely, I mean within the next three business days.
And if you haven’t heard, you can actually make money off this deal—before you land your next job. Once I’ve completed your resume to your satisfaction, tell your family and friends about my services. Every time you refer someone to me, I send you 10 percent of whatever service they order from me.
How much can you make on this? The sky (and your list of family and friends) is the limit. Learn more about my Refer-A-Friend program.