Logo-rIn any career, it takes time to get up to speed to learn your craft. Years ago, when I first moved to a new town in Arizona, my mom took me to a new dentist. He was right out of dental school and reasonably priced. But even at 13 years old, I noticed he took a long time scouting out my mouth, and it kind of made me nervous. Through the years he became more skilled as he gained experience. Just as I did as a professional resume writer.

Most people don’t think twice about what might be missing, or end up derailing the job search on such a critical document when they write it themselves. The average career professional changes jobs about once every 3 to 5 years. If your dentist only took in one patient every 3 to 5 years, would you want it to be you? How about your surgeon? Or plumber? Professionals do the job, day in and day out, and it takes years of practice to be considered an expert. Professionals are better, faster, and achieve results for far less than you can do it your self. To put it in perspective, the DIY resume vs. the Professional Resume is like a junior varsity football player going up against someone in the NFL.

If your DIY resume isn’t producing results, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve been writing resumes for 14 years. We’ve earned the certifications, been recognized with awards, and have become leaders in our industry. Call us for a free consultation. 623-556-0330, or contact us through our online web form. Experience matters. In your career, and ours.