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Orlando, FL, United States, 2013/01/18 - Author Scott Vedder has launched The Signs of a Great Résumé™ review service for 2013. The service includes a signed copy of his #1 best-selling book Signs of a Great Résumé and a one hour expert consultation with Scott - ScottVedder.com.
The author said,“This is not a résumé writing service, but a program to help my clients become experts in writing a résumé that speaks for itself every single time." Job seekers that participate receive an autographed copy of the book "Signs of a Great Résumé" which includes a Self-Interview worksheet. The client then uses the worksheet to create a résumé draft which Scott personally reviews during the phone consultation. While talking one-on-one, Scott provides expert insight in the following areas:
1) Content Using ![.]#$%, the “Signs of a Great Résumé” effectively;
2) Layout Delivering a professional presentation which will correctly scan into recruiting software;
3) Customization Ensuring the résumé accurately addresses the requirements of the job posting; and
4) Q&A Answers to clients' questions about résumés and the job posting process.
“Let's face it, every résumé has to be custom-tailored to the individual job posting. Paid résumé writing services only provide you with one résumé that may not be appropriate for every position for which you apply," Scott said about why job-seekers should choose his résumé service.
Michael B., an attorney in St. Petersburg, FL said,“Scott’s résumé review was great. When I implemented his tips on my résumé I got a great new position! Scott was a HUGE help!”
Jordan C., who works in Stadium Services in Philadelphia stated,“I can’t believe a year ago I was an intern and now I have a career with the NFL! I wouldn’t be in this position without Scott’s advice and the great résumé feedback he gave me!”
To learn more about Scott Vedder's résumé review service and for free tips, visit scottvedder.com. Buy Scott’s best-selling book, Signs of a Great Résumé, on Amazon in paperback or on Kindle.