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should i pay for a resume

should i pay for a resume

should i pay for a resume

It is with a considerable amount of humility that I offer you my services as a resume writer. I take pride in my ability to write a great resume that highlights your strengths, showcases your achievements and effectively positions you as uniquely qualified to accomplish the work you are seeking.

Resume Writer

Your situation is unfortunate but definitely not uncommon. I am a Senior Recruiter, Certified Career Coach, and resume writer. I don’t know how far you are on getting your money back, but I would recommend consulting with someone to see if you can fix up your resume yourself since you already paid so much. I’m sure you don’t want to pay that much again for someone to do that to you. Definitely do your homework to see who can help you fix it up yourself at minimal cost.

I’m a resume writer and also been in recruiting for over 10 years. One thing I would suggest is to find someone that not only will help you write your resume but to help you understand the changes they are making and why. One of the things I always recommend to my clients is to do a consultation with me first to make sure they even need their resume re-written. Many times, it’s not the entire resume that needs to be revamped but a few key points that I help my clients change themselves for much less of the cost. You will be surprise what a few key points, tips, and tricks will help do to make your resume more attractive without doing much. (Source: thecareerexperts.com)

Recruiter

Ere.net, an online gathering place for recruiters, was onto something back in 2013 when they conducted a survey that gave insightful answers to these questions. The answers were not that surprising after all: On average, each corporate job opening gets 250 applications. Out of these candidates, only four to six get invited for an interview. Only one nabs the job. Combine that stiff competition with the fact that recruiters spend only 6 seconds on a resumé, and you get the point: To get noticed, you have to go to extremes.

 

 

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