We all know that first impressions count. If you make a poor one, you rarely get a second chance.
So when it comes to finding employment, you’d better make a good first impression — through your resume and cover letter — or you won’t even get an interview. The reality is, no matter how polished you are in interviews, no matter how well qualified you are for the job, if your resume and cover letter don’t impress the person reading them, then you’ll never even get your foot (let alone the rest of your body) in the door.
Do you really think the quality of your resume and cover letter don’t matter? Better think again!
To begin the process, we will meet with you in-person and dig deep, looking for transferable skills and talents that make your life unique. We will discuss with you where you’ve been and where you’re heading in life.
We want you to feel proud of the final product, so we take our time to make sure that it’s accurate, tells your story well and is easy-to-read. We will meet with you once again at the end of the process, to make sure that what we’ve written is accurate and that it says what you want it to say.
This is your first impression. Don’t blow it by sending out average (or less-than-average) documents created from a website or computer program that uses cookie cutter, fill-in-the-blanks forms.
To help you look great in print, you need a professional writer. And not just any professional writer. You need one who is experienced enough to know what to emphasize and objective enough to know what to omit. You need someone who can tell your story well enough to whet the appetite of employers so they will want to meet you in person. In short, you need a resume specialist.
If you’re ready to move forward with your life, give Twin Cities Safety and Health a call at (651) 699-3333 to set up an appointment. Or get the ball rolling through our Contact Us page.
If you’re interested, you can find additional information about these and other services that we offer (professional life coaching and career counseling) at www.AbilityComm.com.