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I will write or edit your resume or CV

I will write or edit your resume or CV

Sure! Writing a resume can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some general tips that can help you get started:

Get or edit your resume or CV

  1. Choose a format that suits your needs and experience level.
  2. Tailor your resume to the job you’re applying for.
  3. Use bullet points to highlight your achievements and skills.
  4. Keep it concise and easy to read.
  5. Proofread your resume for spelling and grammar errors.

You can find more detailed guides on how to write a resume online, such as,,, and

A resume should include your name and contact information, education, relevant professional experience and skills1. You should tailor your resume for each job application by reviewing the job description for keywords and requirements1. Here are some common resume sections you may want to include:

  1. Name and contact information
  2. Resume summary or objective
  3. Education
  4. Work experience
  5. Skills
  6. Certifications and licenses
  7. Awards and honors

You may decide to add, remove or alter sections depending on your application1. Keep in mind that employers only have a few seconds to review each application, so make your resume clean, professional and easy to read1.

Ideally, a resume should be one page —especially for students, new graduates and professionals with one to 10 years of experience1. However, depending on the job description and your work experience, your resume can be one or two pages long2. If you have over 10 years of relevant experience, a multi-page resume works better than a one-page2.

Keep in mind that hiring managers are busy people, and a one-page resume gives you enough space to communicate your professional experience and skills without using up too much of their time3.

Some of the most common mistakes people make when writing their resumes include submitting your resume with typos and grammatical errors, including too much information, being modest and overly “general,” using a one-size-fits-all resume, telling lies, ignoring key skills and requirements, and including unexplained gaps1.

It’s also important to tailor your resume to the specific job you’re applying for by highlighting the skills and experiences that are relevant to the position2.

Basic Edit : $20

Revise/edit your existing resume or CV for grammar, spelling, syntax, minor formatting errors, etc.

Overhaul : $35

Basic plus content additions, tailoring it to specific goals and/or changing the template/style.

Creation/Re-Creation : $50

Create/Re-create a new or completely updated resume or CV.

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