A professionally written resume doesn’t have to carry a headline but it should clearly convey a unique tone and approach that makes it effective and outstanding.
The features of my gig include:
Summary of Unique VALUE: An effective resume should begin with a Summary (or, if you're a student, new grad, or career changer, an Objective).
Appropriate KEYWORDS: Resumes, in many cases, are not even read. Rather, they're scanned by a machine or by someone who is not the hiring manager. What they're scanning for is keywords or phrases that match the hiring criteria.
Communicate your ACHIEVEMENTS with Confidence: Tell the potential employer what you've accomplished in your current and previous roles to show how you made a difference.
Give your RESUME a sharp focus: Again, given the microscopic amount of time that employers spend screening resumes, you need a way to show the employer at a glance what you want to do and what you’re good at.
I will also provide some Key Interview TIPS as you prepare for that new job. Get a selling TEMPLATE that is printer-friendly and ATS compliant. Be the Difference!!!
Resume / CV
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer unique content that pass copyscape?
Yes, all content provided would pass copyscape. I check all content against copyscape.
I can also provide copyscape proof if you want to have it.