Tips and tricks to a professional resume

Many people are applying for the same job. If you want a job you must be noticed by the recruiter, in a sea of resumes. That’s why you need a resume writing service. Here are some advices for a more professional resume for people who want to self educate about the basics. When formatting your resume, use a basic font that is easy to read, both for hiring managers and for applicant management systems. Google also favors the simple over the complex. Many fonts make your resume clear and easy to read while retaining your individual style.

Make sure your resume is error-free. I know that sounds like a no-brainer, but you might be surprised at the number of resumes that I review for clients who have a spacing issue, a punctuation error, or even a misspelling. The problem is that you have looked at your resume so many times, your brain knows what it is supposed to say, but in reality, it says something else. Get several people to proofread your resume, and have them read it for different purposes. One person should read for grammar, for example, and another should read for punctuation and spelling. You cannot afford to send a resume that has any error at all in it. I have heard former HR directors admit that they scan resumes for errors because they are looking for ways to eliminate potential candidates. Any superficial error will eliminate your chances of getting a call for that job.

Keep it positive. Reason for leaving a job, setbacks, failed initiatives, etc. do not have a place on a resume. Employers are seeking people who can contribute, have a positive attitude, are enthusiastic, and have successfully performed similar job skills in the past. Concentrate on communicating these issues and avoid any detracting information.

The average length of a job search is 40 weeks. For every week you’re unemployed, you’re missing out on each day’s pay you aren’t earning over a five-day work week. A professionally written resume is guaranteed to get you more interviews to land the job you want, faster. Even if this shortens your job search by just a day or two, you’ve made your money back, and then some. Think of it as an investment in your earning power. ?Let’s work together to generate a WINNING resume to get you noticed, hired, and/or promoted! Read extra details at Certified resume writer.

Occasionally we have clients inquiring whether the information-gathering process will take place virtually or in person. Resume writing is not location-dependent, and you might find that your ideal resume writer lives and works in a different city or time zone, so all interaction will take place by phone, email, or videoconferencing. Most resume writers work virtually, allowing them the opportunity to work with diverse clients all over the world. You can rest assured that you will receive the same quality service with your writer as you would if working together face-to-face.