In the midst of a lagging economy, new resume helpers pop suddenly out of cyberspace. We saw it happen in the aftermath of the tragic events of 9/11; we are seeing it happen again, in the worst recession in our nation’s history. As a resume helper in whose hands future careers lie, a writer must be accountable to demonstrate both expertise and integrity. Newer resume helpers lack both our experience and our longevity; many, unfortunately, also lack our reliability. For thirty years, Objective Resumes has served as the New Jersey job seeker’s premier resume helper.
Skilled in getting to the heart of your career objective and gathering relevant information regarding your background, Objective Resumes knows how to capitalize upon this information. As a professional resume helper, we will prepare a format most appropriate for your particular situation. Blending business acumen with a firm command of the English language, we are well equipped to present the skills and accomplishments that make you both marketable and unique.
Should you seek to transition into another field or a different aspect of your own industry, we are also experienced in highlighting those aspects of your career that will be most attractive to potential employers.
In addition to a synopsis of your career, your personal resume helper will also craft for you a general or targeted cover letter and a follow-up/thank you letter, the latter of which is important subsequent to your interviews. Your resume helper can also launch a job search for you on the Web, casting your net over as wide or narrow a field as you choose.
In this economy, employers are more discerning than ever and the competition is fierce. Don’t leave your job search to chance. Make the right choice of resume helper: Objective Resumes.
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