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A professionally-designed resume can “make or break” your job search.  However, most of us lack the skill and experience to prepare a professional resume that employers want to see.  With many resume writing services available today, how do you know which one to choose?  The free resume critique / resume review is a new invention to help job seekers to assess quality and competency of a Resume Writer.

There are numerous reasons why you should get your resume review. In the article below, I’m going to discuss 7 reasons to get your resume looked at and why it is important to your job search.

    • Getting a free resume critique and resume review can help you understand what is working and not working in your resume in terms of layout, content, and strategy.
    • There exist potential job opportunities and you need your resume refined to accommodate them. A resume review can help you define the introduction and work history to reflect what employers want.
    • You don’t know where to start and not sure if your resume is presenting you in the best possible light.  Is there redundancy; is the resume too long; does it lack visual appeal, etc.? Getting your free resume critique and resume review will help you with this.
    • Having your resume critiqued over the phone can help you get the specific questions and issues you have address. It is also an opportunity to evaluate the Resume Writer’s competency and if they understand resume standards and protocols.
    • Submitting your resume via email can provide you valuable information.  However, many resume firms use “canned statements” that sound like anybody.  They may sound specific to you, but are really generic.  It is up to you to evaluate their advice and relevancy of your current resume to your career situation.
    • Getting a resume review can you help understand if you need your resume reformatted or written with better keywords and verbiage.  Are you using the right resume format based on your job target?  Is the resume the right length?
    • Finally, the Resume Writer should provide you pointers on how to make the necessary changes and adjustments to your resume to meet employer requirements.