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Frequently Asked Questions


1.        What is the purpose of a resume ?

2.    How Fast can you get my resume finished... ?

3.    Why is your Resume Service so reasonably priced ?

4.    What makes your resume service unique ... ?

5.    How do I explain a demotion on a resume?

6.    How long should my resume be ... ?


 What is the purpose of a resume?         

  • To get a job interview.

  • To structure the interview process.

  • To remind the interviewer of you after you're gone.

  • To serve as the basis for justifying the hiring decision to others.

 How fast can you get my resume finished... ?

 From the point at which you furnish us all relevent information, we will submit a first draft for your approval within 48 hours.  Upon approval of the first draft, we will submit the final draft to you right away.

Why is your resume service so reasonably priced?

We want to position ourselves as a cost effective resource.  We do not contract our work out as other firms do.  It is for this reason that we can charge such low pricing.

What makes your resume service unique ... ?

Our service is unique in the sense that we work full time as corporate recruiters and know what we have heard from clients and the people that they have chosen to interview.  It is this experience that can help to get you the interview and a better chance at an offer.

How do I explain a demotion on a resume?

Don't use any negative language like "demoted" on your resume when you list the change. You should simply list the positions separately, and describe the skills and accomplishments associated with each job..

How long should my resume be ... ?

The length of your resume depends on how much relevant experience you have. Generally, undergraduate students, and occasionally grad students, have just enough information to fill one page. If you have a significant amount of experience that is of interest to an employer, then two pages are appropriate. Keep in mind that employers will only read your second page if your first page captures their attention.