Achieved seniority in career? Hire a Resume Write & see the change
In this scorching heat, are you wandering in the job market?
We know it’s expensive, it takes dry-cleaning your formal (lucky) outfits, traveling and the list goes on…!
Any luck? If the answer was yes, you would not be here, reading this!
Allow us to unburden your worries to some extent here.
Have you heard about Garry? With raised eyebrows, you might be wondering who that is.
Forget the rest; what is important for you is that he landed five job interviews in a row and now he is baffled where to go
Well you could be Garry… read on
Garry had spent almost seven years and was at a senior level in his incumbent organization, this is Garry’s usual story alike any of you. He hated his office location, commute, office food, colleagues, and top of it his boss. Garry’s company compensated him with standard salary, which was insufficient for his monthly expenses and he couldn’t beat the ever-rising inflation. He was helplessly witnessing his “boss-favourite” colleagues moving-up the hierarchy. As a result, Garry was trying his best to prove the best resource in the job market using his writing skills and fancy words. However, this wasn’t helping him at all. He somehow managed to get one telephonic round of interview. The questions, based on his self-written resume, confused him and he couldn’t answer his merits properly. Obviously, he never heard from the company again.
Shattered Garry got back to his job search on the internet; he saw an advertisement of a Resume Writer and quickly clicked on it. That is the imperative click that got Garry five job-interviews.
You may or may not be as depressed as Garry. You may love your profile but might be missing on something in your career that has brought you to read this.
YOU: Garry hired a Resume Writer, so what? Why should I hire one?
You were always off English Grammar/ Writing and that’s why you went on the other side of languages. Thus, you chose accounts or engineering or any other side of academics. It’s not that the HR of your dream company is looking for an English or language expert, but to understand your experience, achievements, and awards, they should receive your clear and lucid resume in a professional format. This is what Professional Writer of Resume Builder will do for you.
Your resume might be narrating an old story, to the hiring managers. At this senior level, the experience you have gained has a lot to flaunt than your usual day-to-day tasks. Even if you are showcasing the experience or the achievements, it may not be catching the attention due resume’s unclear/ old format/ layout. It’s a time to renew and revamp it, sit back and let Resume Builder take care of it.
Alike old Garry you are waiting for an interview call, however, the wait is never-ending. That’s the apathy of the eager seekers like you in the competitive job market. You are confident of your impeccable academics, skills, experiences, and achievements; your resume needs to demystify all the facts accurately in a professional and lucid pattern. This is the obstacle in getting the interview calls or e-mails, change it!
You love precise writing and have used the same to summarize your academics, achievements etc., on one page. Precise writing is good, but not always; you must detail few things in your resume to give a better understanding to the reader. For instance –
Resume of Senior Manager at ABC Ltd
- Excellent presentation skills
- Acknowledged for articulate business presentations to the Chairman of the company
Now you know which one is better.
Manger – Jobless – Manger – Senior Manager
Is this your story?
You may have left your well-established profile to manage your personal life and that has created a “pause” in your career history. You cannot change it but can present it in such a way that hiring manager understands your past situation and focuses on your current role. And a professional Writer can do this, give it a try!
In all, Garry did not work hard but worked smart. Well, that’s the mantra of the decade, abide by this and move-up the career ladder.
After all “Effort is important, but knowing where to put effort makes all the difference.”