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  3. A professional resume writer will read your resume and then contact you within 48 hours with an assessment via email. This free resume critique will include an overall impression and some suggestions for improvement. Your resume writer will also give you a quote for writing a new, direct, to-the-point resume.
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  5. If after your professional resume review you decide you need help, we will have a detailed conversation about your professional and educational background, your accomplishments, and your career objectives. It will then only take a few business days for your new resume to be completed.
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  7. Once you have your new resume, we will work with you to edit and fine tune the document. The end result will be a resume that is exactly what you want/need.  Having a resume review service look at your work ensures that you will get interviews for the jobs you want!

 

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