This is one of the most common responses we get when I tell people that I’ve spent the past seven plus years creating resumes, CVs, and cover letters for clients all over the world. It’s an understandable reaction, really. As you’ve no doubt realized, everyone has their own idea of what a resume should be, and everyone thinks they know the right way to do it.
If this were true, no one would ever get turned down for work, and jobs would basically be a “first come first serve” basis.
I have created a new video that shows those practical ideals in a few easy steps. In case flashing a paystub from your new job isn’t enough to stifle the skeptics, You can usually flash a paystub from your nice new job to stifle the scoffs, but just in case, this video outlines the basics of how I do what I do, and my team’s approach to creating the best documents.
You can even use it as a DIY guide. Click the image to watch.
Share this video with your friends and family who may be wondering makes a resume valuable. You can even use it as a refresher course when you need to update your resume again (which we still do starting at $15.)
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