Culled from the upper ranks of blue-chip companies and executive recruiting firms, the team at Valuable Resumes streamlines the job-hunting process with firsthand knowledge of what employers are looking for. After selecting a service, such as resume writing, career coaching, interview prep, or face-tattoo removal, clients fill out a questionnaire and get professional assistance within a week. Valuable Resumes guarantees that clients will get not only an interview but also a job offer within 60 days; if not, they can have their resume rewritten for free.
Whether they're working for hopeful job-seekers or businesses looking to establish their online presence, Pillar Content's writers lend their command of language to impress and inform. Their resum? and cover-letter-writing services take the guesswork out of choosing content, fonts, and the correct number of exclamation points per personal reference. Business-oriented services include press releases, product descriptions, and social media postings. The content creators also offer translation services, ensuring cross-culture dispatches are fully understood.
East Coast Executives matches companies seeking leadership with skilled professionals, filling job openings with thoroughly vetted candidates. The team also helps fill lower-level positions, all the while considering diversity alongside the company's long-term goals and business culture.
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
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The experienced writers at Career Pro know only action verbs and are legally deaf to the word "failure." After getting to know your personality, goals, and background during an initial phone interview that lasts 20 to 30 minutes, they'll complete their services by giving your resume a careful evaluation, then supplying you with a concise three-to-four-sentence summation of what they consider your primary strengths and best points of emphasis. They'll also send two revised versions of your resume (in Word and text formats) to your email address. If you've been out of college for less than a year, they'll also add your first job into your resume, cogently and compellingly distilling your duties and accomplishments into a few zippy bullet points.