- Spelling/Grammar - My father has a Masters degree in English and has instilled in me a keen eye for spelling and grammatical errors from simple fixes such as capitalization and punctuation to more complex ideas like sentence structure.
- Formatting - Everyone enjoys a final and polished look to a resume rather than a jumble of words, achievements, and accolades. The very first thing an employer notices before reading a resume is how it looks so it's important to make a good first impression.
- Wording - Instead of "I work in memory care with old people." We could try, "Working with geriatric patients helping to slow cognitive decline in those with dementia or Alzheimer's." The way you talk about your old job can significantly impact how your employer views your job responsibilities from those past jobs, and how that can affect the job you're applying for.
Finally, additional services I offer like mock interviews and working on a resume during a Skype call aren't just a one-and-done deal. I believe in working with someone until we accomplish the goal.
I'll take your in-progress resume, and make it superior as far as format and content.