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With the invention of special glue that sticks only to the fingers of hiring managers still at least five years away, your best strategy for getting your resume noticed is today’s side deal. For $65, you get the Complete Resume Package from Right Foot Resume (a $130 value). Right Foot’s experienced professionals know what companies want to see on the paper version of you—even better than the companies know it themselves—and have helped hundreds of people score their dream job, be it “trying to find an unlocked door in an endless corridor” or “secret agent at my old high school.” On average, Right Foot’s revamped resumes earn phone calls 10 days after being submitted.
Right Foot’s Complete Resume Package includes a resume review, customized resume rewrite, your own personally designed logo, a cover letter to match your new resume, and a personally designed business card. Getting the ol’ curriculum vitae amped up by Right Foot is like sprinkling it with catnip and then replacing all HR staff with suit-wearing kittens. What sets Right Foot apart, though, is its level of personal attention. The service’s resume experts not only thoroughly examine your strengths, talents, and unique accomplishments, but they also take the time to ask you astute and probing questions so that they can get to know you personally—before distilling your essence into a delicious cola and selling you to thirsty companies.
Right Foot’s professional designers will also create a customized logo and resume layout, making your applications so eye-catching and professional that your resume will probably get a job of its own teaching lesser Word-templated resumes how to shape up. The result is a beautiful piece of paper destined to be marred by the drool of salivating HR reps.
- I was out of work for 3 months when I decided to use Right Foot Resume. It was absolutely the best money I’ve ever invested! After I started using their resume, I got over a dozen interviews, and today got the job I was really hoping for! – John, Yahoo! Local
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 5, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. Must schedule ahead. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.