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Resume Writing

Résumé writing is an art. However, like most art, it is often difficult to determine whether the final product of your hours of careful labor is more akin to a finger painting or a Picasso. This is because a résumé is not just a summary of your education and experience, but is instead an opportunity for you to scream from every rooftop "Hey, I want this job, I would be great at this job, and I have the skills to prove it!" The problem is that, in order for you to prove that you're not your average Joe, you have to figure out how to create a resume that looks like it was created by a Picasso and not a kindergartner. The question, therefore, becomes how do you do that?


Well, there are actually two ways. First, you can do it yourself. Doing it yourself is often cheaper, but it can be frustrating and time-consuming, especially if writing isn't your strong suit. As a result, you may want to consider the second option, which is to find someone else to do it. Someone who may have:



• Over five years of experience writing business letters, cover letters, personal letters, and résumés.
• Experience researching, summarizing, and editing career information for an educational publishing company.
• Graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in English.
• Achieved membership in the International English Honor's Society, Sigma Tau Delta.
• Written résumés for clients in a variety of different industries, including nursing, writing, retail, and warehousing.

Someone like me.

With that being said, if you would like to order a new résumé or have a résumé updated, please feel free to check out the resume order form (it can be filled out in Acrobat Reader) by clicking here, or contact me via e-mail at

  Copyright: E. McKinney 2012