It's never easy to say goodbye. After much thought and consideration, and nearly 30 years of improving resumes for people across the globe, we're winding down the ResumeEdge service, and it will be retired after February 12, 2017. If you just signed up for ResumeEdge, don’t worry, we've got your back and will continue to provide you with our services through March 10th.

We know that many of you have come to rely on ResumeEdge, and we want to thank you all for your trust in our product, and wish all of you the best in the future.

Thank you again, and we'll miss you

Category: Resume Writing Services

Location, location, location – it’s what makes or breaks a resume

AUTHOR: Darlene Z.
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POSTED: August 6, 2013 at 10:57 am

Most of us have heard real estate agents say that what makes one house sell faster than another is location, location, location. The same holds true for why one candidate’s resume is read when others – countless others – are dismissed. It all has to do with how you present your data, where you locate this... » Read Full Article

Is it Wrong to Hire a Professional Resume Writer?

AUTHOR: Darlene Z.
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POSTED: July 26, 2013 at 2:00 am

Like all industries, professional resume writing has its detractors. A recent article in US News makes the case against hiring a professional to do the work. What’s Wrong with Hiring a Professional? The article poses these points: It’s unethical, much like having someone write your college application essay. Employers use resumes not only to determine work... » Read Full Article

Words to Avoid on Your Resume

AUTHOR: Darlene Z.
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POSTED: February 19, 2013 at 8:18 am

When you consider that each hiring manager sees hundreds, if not thousands, of resumes a year, you have to take into account that some wording will lose its impact and meaning when used repeatedly by countless individuals. A recent article in PR Daily News focused on problematic words and phrases. The article quoted a survey developed... » Read Full Article

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