Resume Writing

Free Resume Health Check – Your resume will be evaluated by a career coach and you’ll get a report within 48 hours. (Only limited to 15 resumes per month)

Resume Writing Service

Aren’t you tired of sending resume after resume and not hearing anything back? Your resume only gets one shot at being read by an employer. In this competitive market, getting a few seconds attention is tough enough so please don’t ruin it with a poor resume.

There are some key things that you should NOT do.

Keep it in mind that your resume is NOT:

  1. a summary of your entire life history.
  2. an emotional NOR “up yourself” biography.
  3. your academic transcript.
  4. a document that will guarantee you an interview.
  5. a one-size-fit-all document.

Getting a professional to do your resume is an essential investment, because a ‘failed’ resume once sent can close doors for you instead of opening them. There is nothing worse than a poorly written resume; even a spelling error can close the door for you forever! You never know unless you get someone experienced to have a look, and you can have us to do this for you at NO charge.

Your resume should be based on achievements and competencies employers look for, because such resumes get three times more attention.

Our service includes a 35 min consultation allowing us to understand your situation and what you have previously achieved, before re-writing your resume to ensure the best outcome. Submit your resume today for a free health check, and we will respond with a quote. If you’re still a student or just graduated within the last 6 months ask us about our student privileges and workshops.

Still unsure if you need to engage a professional resume writer?

No worries,  assess your current resume using our Top 5 Rules for Resume Writing.

RULE #1 Use your English name

If you don’t have one, you need one. And please no Pinky, Hello Kitty or fruit sounding names!

Our clients have gotten over 50% increased response rate by simply following this rule.

RULE#2 Avoid speling spelling errors, grammar mistakes and vocabulary that reflect a poor command of English

You will be working in an English speaking environment, and the recruiter will be expecting a certain standard of English.Any hints or clues that your English is not good enough will be obvious from your resume and cover letter.

RULE #3 Always have quantifiable achievements on your resume

We can’t stress the importance of this, resumes with achievements get 3x more attention!

RULE #4 Keep your resume to 1-2 pages long

RULE #5 Always get your resume edited

It doesn’t matter how good your English or writing skills are, fact is, most people do not know how to write a powerful resume. Even if you can’t afford a professional resume writing service, at least get your friend, family or university career centre to read your resume and edit it if necessary. Make sure they are proficient in English and ideally have some working experience.The only exception to the rule is if you have been getting 90% response rate from the resumes you sent.

Have a look at your resume before you send it to a potential employer. Are you breaking any of these rules?

Your resume represents YOU. If you’re mediocre and average then go ahead and send out your lacklustre resume. If you want to present yourself as the best candidate in the stack of resumes, you have to invest in your resume.

It’s always to your advantage to have a professional look over your resume and see if it’s good enough to be sent out to employers. Lucky for you we’re happy to do that. Get in touch with us for a complimentary resume health check today (limited to 15 resumes per month).