Professional Resume Writing Services
A professionally written resume can enhance your chance for getting more interviews and job offers 4X faster.
Some things are better left to the pros.
There are lots of things you wouldn't (or shouldn't) do on your own. Would you fly your own plane? of course not, better off leaving it to a trained pilot. Do your own taxes? No, not much point in that with the wealth of affordable tax software and abundance of accountants out there. You get the point: There are a lot of situations where a trusted professional can get the job done and where mistakes can be fatal. Writing your professional resume is no exception.
When it comes to your own resume, there's an unlimited number of things that can go wrong, and the cost of those mistakes can be a missed opportunity to secure your dream job — or at least your next job.
When entering the job market, you need to understand that resume writing is a career-building tool, and more than just a list of your qualifications. Instead, a good resume is a way to enhance your career brand and to stand out even more from your many competitors on the market.
A good quality resume must focus on what you have to offer your job field and show off your skills in a way that appeals to employers. For example, you need to show off your high-quality personality, your ability to work with others, and any experience you have in other types of fields.
So when it comes time to write a resume, don’t take any chances with such an important task. Get in touch with Career Bridge and we can help you put out a resume that will shine and grab attention, and one that you can count on to showcase who you really are in the workforce.
Career Bridge connects you with a business expert in your field who is going to discuss your education, knowledge, experience and achievements…etc, and then, they write your professional resume that guarantees passing the Applicant Tracking Systems which is being used by most organizations to filter the thousands of resumes they receive for each job post, as well as to pass the 6-seconds review time which recruiters spend on reviewing a resume before they choose to move it to the interview stage or to the rejection stack.
What most job seekers do wrong is that they made their CV and just took off rather than taking a career advice from an expert in their field who could have guided them on how to go about their job hunt.
78% of resumes we review are not passing the ATS (Applicant Tracking Software) because they don't include the correct format, strategic phrasing, and critical keywords placement.
ATS is used by most recruiters to streamline the recruitment process by screening the hundreds of resumes they receive for each job vacancy to narrow the number of potential applicants for interviews.
We have a network of 11 professional resume writers, including certified career coaches, former and current recruiters, and professionals with specialized experience in over 23 industries. This ensures we can pair each client with someone who is a strong match for their needs. Career Bridge recruits and vets our writers based upon the value they can bring to our clients.
Think about this: For each day, you’re unemployed, you’re missing out a day’s pay you aren’t earning. A professionally written resume is guaranteed to get you more interviews to land the job you want, faster. Even if this shortens your job search by just a day or two, you’ve made your money back, and then some. Think of it as an investment in your earning power.
Here are a few common mistakes that a professional resume writer can help you avoid, aka the reasons you shouldn't DIY when it comes to your resume.
A staggering 75 percent of resumes will never be seen by human eyes thanks to the automated applicant tracking systems that have become common among larger employers in the last decade. Formatting a resume so it can be read easily by these scanning bots is a science, and it's something our professional resume writers are well versed in. Their expertise can ensure that you don't lose out in this critical step of the application process.
Contrary to popular belief, a resume should not contain your entire life — or even work — history. Resumes that focus on day-to-day responsibilities and role-related tasks are sure to end up in a trash folder. Employers care about accomplishments — especially accomplishments that can be quantified. Your resume should highlight the types of results that set you apart from the average applicant and will serve as examples of what you can do in your next role.
A recent study found that 78 percent of resumes reviewed by hiring managers include some form of typos or grammar mistakes. Imagine the red flags a typo sends to an employer! If you make mistakes in your resume, what will you do with client contracts or pitch presentations? Whether you were in a rush or aren't comfortable writing, these mistakes always seem to crop up. Hiring a professional resume writer to write and edit your resume will give you a professional polish and put you one step ahead of the majority of resumes a hiring manager will look at on a given day.
Doing it yourself might be great when it comes to wedding decorations or small home improvements, but searching for your next career move is not a time to leave it to chance.
Life is too short, and time is too valuable to spend in trial and error;
so stop guessing and start doing!