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What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Our pricing is based on your professional experience and the roles you are interested in. If you're struggling to write a buzzword or keyword-optimized resume, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile or finding it difficult to get scheduled for an interview, the services we offer are the best solution for those problems. Hire me, and let's make sure your resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile are all buzzword-heavy and ATS-compliant. Let me help you start getting those interviews! Feel free to check the simulated resumes I've created on my profile.
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I have a simplified process since I know that applying for a job or job hunting is stress itself. First, I will confirm your needed services. Then after processing the invoice, I will be sending you an intake form that was revamped and studied for almost ten years to meet the current recruitment demands. The intake form will help us position your educational and professional pedigree better and convert your ordinary resume to an achiever-type of resume, which will spark interest to recruiters and hiring managers. After submitting the intake form, please wait for 3-5 days for the initial draft of your resume, cover letter, or LinkedIn content. I also provide a COMPLIMENTARY interview guide that will help you with your interview process. Throughout the entire process, I keep my client updated on my progress. I am a firm believer in open communication! Once the first draft is complete, I will email the document for review. Upon approval, I will email my client the resume in both editable MS Word and PDF files.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
My team and I are humbled to have the opportunity to earn our undergraduate degree from Ivy League schools such as Columbia, UPenn, Princeton, and Yale, along with professional training and long-term experience with resume editing and recruiting.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I’ve been in the recruitment industry at a firm based out of Santa Monica for a long time, and I have seen a lot of right-fit candidates be rejected for a role they’ve applied for because of a resume that is not ATS-compliant. I, then decided to help those who are still figuring out how they can stand out from the competition. I want to help people get their dream job that will help them put food on their family’s table.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I have worked with different types of clients from fresh graduates looking for the best possible internship opportunities, entry-level individuals looking to transition to management roles via promotion, senior-level professionals wanting to shift careers, executive-level professionals and entrepreneurs, or business owners.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
Channel was working at Pepsi, and her CEO is asking for her resume because she is shortlisted for a promotion. I created her resume, cover letter and LinkedIn content, and gladly she was offered that promotion but she didn't take it. She didn't take it because a recruiter contacted her through LinkedIn, and now she is the VP of Operations at a leading food & beverage company. Every customer I handled was a success story. With my output and their hard work and perseverance, nothing is impossible.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
First, hire people that have the education and the experience to write your resume. Second, the individual who is writing your resume must have a recruitment background. Third, check if they provide the BEFORE and AFTER result of an Applicant Tracking System scan of your resume. Lastly, check their profile's sample output. Current roles should be written from an implied-first person verb (Manage instead of managing or manages). Past experiences should be in past-tense (Collaborated instead of collaborates or collaborating). Rate also their templates; if they have a few templates, you need to be wary, because there's a great chance that the hiring manager already saw that template. You need to make sure that the template they are using is ATS-compliant as well.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Value and pricing. You can spend a lot of money and get something that hurts your job search if you hire the wrong professional. Make sure that you are hiring a professional that knows recruitment and professional writing business, and would provide you with an Applicant Tracking System report.