The Evolution of Resumes
For decades, resumes followed a very standard format, and they all looked essentially the same. With the advent of computers and all of the technology that has come with them, resumes have become both easier to devise and at the same time more challenging.
While employment decision-makers at one time had to carefully read resumes, looking for background and experience that matched their needs, they now spend about 20 seconds on each one. They are looking for those few that grab their attention quickly – those that have good design elements and bold presentation of key employability elements. Those they then set aside for further detailed reading. If yours is not getting into that “further review” pile, it is time to take a long hard look at it and seek help from people who know how to produce a resume for today’s business and organizational climate – people who work for EssaySupply.com.
The Editing Process
Once you place an order for resume editing, we are “on it” immediately. Of course, we will ask you to upload your current one, but if you want us to start from scratch, then you need to provide all of your educational background, your work experiences, your task responsibilities, your specific skills and talents, and your strengths/accomplishments. If we need more, your assigned writer will contact you personally. The editing process involves two important aspects.
- Your resume writer will look at the overall design and consult with one of our graphic designers to consider options for unique and creative designs. These will of course be sent to you for consideration and selection. You may choose several designs if you are appealing to organizations with different “cultures.”
- Structure and sequence of information will be reviewed, and the writer will make specific suggestions for changes that may improve the overall presentation.
- Every sentence and phrase will be reviewed for succinctness, wording, grammar and punctuation. You cannot afford to have one error in this document, because a reader may be a highly skilled grammarian. Typos, awkward wording, and bad punctuation are rewarded with a trash can.
- You will be provided with perhaps a number of designs and structures, from which you will select one or more that you really like. Even after you have chosen and downloaded your final copy(ies), you may still ask for revisions, free of charge.
In the end, the goal is the interview. If you want a resume that will accomplish that, then you want a resume writer from EssaySupply.com.