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Today's Job Market and Culture

A career is defined as the total compilation of jobs, roles, and responsibilities played over the course of a lifetime.  In the 21st century, a career is often viewed as the means to self-fulfillment and success.  For better or worse,  careers are often directly linked to people's self-worth.  This mindset leads people to fear rejection.  In doing so, applying for a job becomes a test of someone's self-worth, and a rejection e-mail often leads to a feeling of inadequacy, even though there are a variety of reasons why it may have happened.  To help break this mindset, consider what is and isn't within a person's control during the hiring process.

Inside Control 

  • Resume,Cover Letter, LinkedIn Profile

  • Online Presence

  • The Interview

  • Professionalism

  • Job Applying for

Outside Control 

  • Your Competition

  • Internal Hiring

  • Job's Qualifications

  • Company's Expectations

  • Organizational/Budget Issues

My services aim to improve what is inside a person's control. I improve my client's job searching and application skills, resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile, interview skills, and overall professionalism.  By showcasing the value, experience, and results my clients achieved in the past, and how they will positively impact their future company, my clients transform to top candidates in two weeks.  I provide the competitive edge to anyone looking to change their career, get a promotion, or increase their earnings.   It is more important than ever to have a resume, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, and professional network that creates career opportunities.   

Working with me provides an advantage and measurable outcomes in the job market, and that starts with a client's resume.  My clients' resumes are the starting point for their future success and the tool that gets them access to their preferred company.  I use resume industry's leading writing standards to create a product that guarantees an increase of interviews for my clients.

Hiring Managers

A recent study conducted by Ladders discovered that six seconds is the average time spent by a hiring manager looking at a resume.  When a hiring manager reads a application for the first time, they are looking for one thing: a reason to keep reading.  Six seconds is not enough time to read through an entire resume.  But, it is enough time to differentiate a motivated, professional, and qualified candidate from the rest of the competition.  And that is what I provide, an easy to read and navigate format with profound content.

Resume Heat Map Hiring Managers
Heat map of what hiring managers look at when reviewing a resume for the first time.  Study done by Ladders 
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