Resumes serve as a first impression to potential employers, which is why they should be concise, truthful, and not printed out on a used napkin. Put your best foot forward with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $75 for a standard resume-writing service (up to a $150 value)
- $199 for an executive resume-writing service (up to a $499 value)
- $29 for a DIY E-Z resume-writing kit (up to a $59 value)
The standard resume-writing service includes one review and edit of a professional resume, one cover letter, and one free mock interview over Skype, while the executive resume-writing service includes one review and edit of an executive resume, up to two cover letters, a 30-minute phone consultation, and one follow-up session. With both services, clients connect with career coaches who have recruiting, human resource, and career placement experience. Using this know-how they can create specialized documents focused on keyword optimization designed to drive results and aid in online job hunting. Clients typically receive their new documents in seven business days or less. Alternately, the DIY E-Z resume-writing kit empowers job seekers to update their documents on their own by providing detailed instructions as well as before and after samples of resumes to facilitate the process.
Student, senior, and military discounts are available but this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Resumes For Ladies Only
The career coaches at Resumes for Ladies Only for 21 years have been partnering with their clients to help them get new jobs. Their first step is to talk with the client to find out what they are looking to get out of their professional life, whether they are after a higher salary or would like to start down a whole new career path. Next, they'll review the client's current resume, keeping in mind modern job hunting and SEO practices. They'll use this information to craft a brand new document that's designed to attract potential employers. Their services don't stop there, however, they can help clients conduct quick job searches and host mock interviews that will spot potential problems, such as a client's tendency to mimic cartoon characters when discussing past employers.