We all understand that our resume is like our advertising brochure. It is he first anyone will ask of you when you apply for a job. It sells us. You wouldn't want a poor resume out there would you, one that sells your short of your amazing skills and experiences. Most of the time we think having good experience sells immediately but in today's world where employers have less time to check out the hundreds of resume's that are emailed to them daily, your's needs to stand out. The total time spent looking at a resume is not more that 20-30 seconds by an employer to gain interest. If it is not interesting enough then it goes into their bin.
Make sure your resume stands out. If you don't then a poor resume will make sure YOU stand out, out of their office that is. You won't gain entry into their office with a poor resume. It's very important to compellingly portray yourself in a limited amount of space. 2 page resume's work best.
I have close to 3 years of experience writing resumes and cover letters. I will write your resume which will increase your chances of standing out and getting that exciting interview call. After that it's up to you :). Good luck with that interview!