resume. Sunday , February 19th , 2017 - 13:52:19 PM
One of the first examples of such incredibly creative resumes is a resume in the form of a candy bar. Yes, you have read it correctly a candy bar! The author of this immensely sweet resume, Nicholas, applied for a marketing position and, as you might have guessed, got the job. The coverage of the candy bar included personal information, career experience and qualification. Ingredient section included the list of marketing areas where Nicolas had some experience. For those who are wondering if a candy bar was real, yes it was, and what is more, it was a delicious Nestle crunch bar.
Just remember that just calling yourself a resume writer doesn't make it true and that everyone marketing their services do not have equal skills. Further, the most experienced, respected experts in the field charge appropriately for their craft. The fee range is pretty broad, but it would not be uncommon to pay somewhere in the $400-$1200 range to have a professional resume written. Generally, the complexity of your project will have an effect on the fee charged. Some charge more and some charge less, but if it is significantly less, you might want to ask yourself why that is. Does the writer really have the experience he or she claims to have? Be especially wary about working with some of the high-volume companies that outsource all the work to inexperienced writers to whom they usually pay ridiculously low wages to produce resumes of questionable quality. Some even outsource the projects overseas, to writers who do not speak English as a first language. It is your career and all your career dreams at stake! Your resume is not the place to cut corners. It is well worth the extra money to pay for the quality and experience of a true professional resume writer.
Oh, many employment experts argue that a "professionally written resume" is an absolutely necessity in the competitive job market. But that just isn't so. No one understands your past accomplishments, the details of the jobs you've held, or how well you interacted with co-workers and supervisors as well as you do.
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