Our Process

A Customized Process that Sets Us Apart

Our Process Begins and Ends with You

At Perfect Resumé, we begin by taking the time to understand your background and career goals. If you would like, we provide a free critique of your existing resumé (if you have one) to explain the improvements we can make. Or, if you know you need to have a resumé created from scratch, we’ll explain all of the key information that is important to have on resumés in your specific industry.

A Customized Approach

After you place your order, we take a customized approach to gathering the information we need to create your resumé. Sometimes we’ll only need to gather information verbally; other times, we might need you to fill out a resumé questionnaire. Each situation is unique, and your resumé writer will advise you accordingly.

Local Resumé Writers

Unlike many other resumé-writing companies, Perfect Resumé uses a team of local resumé writers who specialize in specific industries. Why is this important? If a resumé writer doesn’t have specific and local industry experience, they won’t know what information to include on your resumé, or how to best present the information. Additionally, having local knowledge of the market means our writing team understands what hiring managers, hr managers, and recruiters want to see on resumés, LinkedIn profiles, and cover letters.

You'll Appreciate Our Craftsmanship

We use innovative resumé-writing techniques and strategies that we customize for your unique situation, background, and career goals. And, if there’s something you don’t understand, just give us a call, and we’re happy to help. We guarantee you’ll love your new resumé — and if there’s anything you don’t like about it, we’ll revise it for you until you are 100% satisfied with the final product. All of our resumés come with free, unlimited revisions for up to 30 days.

We’d also like to point out that Perfect Resumé is a local service, we write all of our resumés ourselves, and we never outsource any of our work.

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