Most frequent questions and answers
There is a massive difference! The fundamental difference is a resume is outbound career marketing, whereas profile is inbound marketing – attracting employers to you. Both should be complementary but do not copy and paste your resume into networking sites. The writing should appeal to your employers in order to have them reach out to you. Use our service to have your professional profile written for you.
Yes, we take all of your information and put it together into a quality profile that you can use with pride . This will help you get found and land your dream job.
Your profile needs to be a marketing message that informs the reader why you are the perfect candidate for the position. Our experience and expertise allows us to make you shine through your profile. We can help you do this. Some job seekers think that the purpose of the profile is to write about their past experience – big mistake. Profiles are about selling you and your abilities so you can secure the job you want.
The moment you make your payment via PayPal (world’s safest payment gateway; remember it is not compulsory to have a PayPal account as you can pay as a PayPal guest via credit card), we will send you the questionnaire. Then we will work one-on-one with you to make sure your profile is ready for your next big opportunity.
Your profile will be delivered to you via email and you can download it to your computer. We can deliver it to you in MS Word format, PDF or ASCII.
Some of our clients do, but it is not necessary. If you wish to, you may upload your new profile copy yourself. We will email you the whole file and you can upload new content section by section into your profile.
Our service takes 2-3 days to complete and you will receive your new profile by email.
We determine which job will most likely have the recruiter looking for you and we design your profile around that focus.
We emphasize your value and de-emphasizing your age to potential employers!
We craft your profile with a solid summary section and list of keyword competencies.
We understand that employers are focused on what you have done recently. In addition, we omit information that might accentuate your age (e.g., antiquated computer programming) and focus instead on your knowledge of current equipment, programs, and tools.
Job seekers with intermittent job histories are bound to be labeled “job-hoppers”, even if there are good reasons for the fluctuations (e.g., layoffs, family emergencies, etc.).
We focus on making sure the resume is accurate and honest. With that in mind, the we do not always include a comprehensive list of every job you’ve ever held—because resumes are not intended to be complete personal histories but a summary of career highlights. The job seeker may choose to leave off jobs that were seasonal, part-time, or of short duration.
We use a functional format, listing your experience under specific skill sets. This redirects a hiring manager’s attention away from your lack of experience and points instead to how well you match the position in terms of talent and personal qualities. In addition, we highlight your academic background and explain how your education and coursework relate to the position.
For those in difficult situations (e.g., laid off or fired, prolonged job search), it is important to have your profile/ resume in top form and to remain psychologically positive. To help you begin making progress, we work with you to refocus. We ask for a list of your professional and personal accomplishments. In addition, we may have you seek recommendations from previous employers and co-workers.
As we craft your profile, we make sure to include your transferable skills and personal qualities which sets you apart from other candidates.