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Resume Writing Levels: Career Change

Posted on June 20, 2014

Prime-Resume.com offers a list of resume writing services by levels: entry, professional, executive, federal, and career change levels. Some people are confused when order the services because they are not sure what resume writing level would be the most appropriate in their case. In order to help our clients in this choice we have started...

Federal Resume

Posted on June 17, 2014

Is is pretty easy to understand how to develop an entry level resume – gain experience, excel in college, and get hired. It is also not very difficult with developing a professional or an executive CV – accomplishments, accomplishments, accomplishments. It is more challenging to do so if you are leaving the military service and...

Military Resume

Posted on June 16, 2014

Not so long ago we have started the series of blog articles on the subject of different resume writing levels. In our recent entries we have dwelled on professional, executive, and entry level resume. The next one is military level. Again and again we would like to emphasize that our intention is to help job...

Entry Level Resume

Posted on June 12, 2014

Prime-Resume offers customized resume writing services that can help a student and an experienced managers achieve the career goals. But because the resume of a qualified expert is somewhat different from the one developed for a soon-to-be-graduate our company offers services by different resume writing levels: entry, professional, executive, military, federal, and career change. In...

Tailoring Your Resume And Cover Letter For Every Job Opening

Posted on May 2, 2014

TOday more and more job seekers realize that one-for-all resume won’t do any good. Obviously it is easier to develop one resume and cover letter sending it out to different companies and applying for different job openings. Such approach though is doomed for failure, especially when taking into account an extremely high competition among job...

Resume Writing: Questions to Ask Yourself – Part 3

Posted on April 2, 2014

Asking right questions can significantly contribute to the overall success of your resume writing. There is only one thing that is absolutely critical when doing so – honesty. One has to be honest in terms of giving answers, which are not very convenient as they may lead to resume rewriting or resume editing. However, your...

Resume Writing: Questions to Ask Yourself – Part 2

Posted on April 1, 2014

In our last blog post we wrote about three main questions one has to ask yourself after completing resume. The message, job requirements, and accomplishments on your resume are of primary importance and one has to make sure these three components aren’t messed up. However, these are not the only things one has to pay...

Resume Writing: Questions to Ask Yourself

Posted on March 31, 2014

We have already written about most common questions job seekers might have during the resume writing process. Generalist or Specialist approach? How to polish up a resume? What are most common resume mistakes? All of these questions we have got covered in one of our recent blog posts. This time we would like to help...

Resume Writing Questions

Posted on March 27, 2014

One always has a choice: either to write a resume on his/her own or order resume writing services. Both options have their own advantages and disadvantages depending on how much time, writing skills, and knowledge you have. If you choose the resume writing service you will face much less trouble; the only challenge is to...

Military Resume: Making the Transition

Posted on March 10, 2014

People who have dedicated most of their lives to serving the country in the army forces deserve utmost respect and honor. They face tough challenges that we have never faced. Such people fight battles none of us have thought of. Nevertheless, for some of them life throws even tougher challenges after leaving the service. One...

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