Why should you spend good money to hire a professional resume writer? According to Louise Fletcher the President and CEO of Blue Sky Resumes; “Most resumes are ineffective because they don’t communicate a clear value proposition”.
The real advantage in having a professional resume writer prepare your resume is the professional has developed a resume writing system based on how actual hiring decisions are made.
A few years back, I owned a family upholstery business, the business did reasonably well but we were always cash poor and I decided to apply for an SBA loan. If you have ever known anyone who applied for one of these you know how much paperwork can be involved. A friend gave me the name of a professional loan writer and I got the loan without any trouble. It was explained to me that the loan writer knew from training and experience what the SBA wanted to see and prepared the paperwork accordingly. Incidentally the final paperwork was two inches thick.
A professional resume writer is exactly the same. A professional resume writer working with you one-on-one will give you a definite advantage over someone else with identical experience. Their resume writing process is rooted in the real world and is centered around the importance of developing a clear picture of how hiring you will add value to their company.
Don’t waste any more time sending out resumes that don’t fully communicate your unique value. Let one of our professional writers give you a leg up on your competitors.
Whether or not to have someone write your resume for you is a personal decision. Based on experience, however, very few people who have had their resumes professionally written have regretted their decision. Why? Because after they saw how big of a difference their revamped resume was compared to their original one, they realized they made the right decision.
So what is at stake? Your future! Some people are willing to spend hundreds of dollars on a new wardrobe to look good during interviews, yet they are not willing to spend money on a resume… Agreed, a resume is only a piece of paper… but that piece of paper holds the key to the job interview and to your future.
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