Resume Writing & LinkedIn Profile Preparation
Your resume and LinkedIn profile are the most important components of your job search. When done correctly and in combination, these scripts reinforce your brand and the message you are sending to the job market.
The purpose of your resume is to create enough interest in your skills and accomplishments form either a recruiter or hiring manager to get you an interview. Most people view their resume as a chronological description of their work and accomplishments. Your resume is much more. It is a marketing document that positions you as a highly qualified candidate for a specific position that you are applying for.
Your resume must be easily customizable, easily interpreted by applicant tracking software and contain redundant key works that support your target position. We write resumes from a recruiter’s standpoint. We know how recruiters think and what catches their eye.
Your LinkedIn profile may be even more important to your job search than your resume. LinkedIn is the tool of choice by all recruiters. Your profile must give a consistent message to the reader without ambiguity with regard to your field or target position. Most job seekers are not aware of the algorithm that is used by LinkedIn that makes you visible or invisible to recruiters and hiring managers.
We prepare both your resume and LinkedIn profile together. We do not craft one without the other.
“I was so focused on my job that, when I was transitioned, I needed some real help updating my resume in a timely manner. Internet job search has evolved in recent years, and I needed help here too. Ken took my story, focused the resume and created a master document that could be used for job searches, networking, for on-line applications and for searchable profiles like LinkedIn. Great positive experience that accelerated my visibility to the job market and search process.” – Mike A.
Resume and LinkedIn Profile Preparation $695.
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