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Creating a resume is a very comprehensive, thought-intensive and personalized process.  It involves drawing out your unique skills, experiences, achievements and abilities while employing specific industry strategies to focus on your career goals. Our certified resume writers craft powerful resumes that leverage your strengths, minimize potential screen-out factors, and maximize your opportunities!

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Types of Resumes

There are several types of resumes used to apply for job openings. Depending on your personal circumstances, they include;

Executive Resume: A resume for an executive must present a powerful combination of key strengths and accomplishments that show a prospective employer an ability to produce results. The corporate world is extremely competitive and it takes more than just a list of jobs and skills to compete for high-level positions. For candidates with salaries greater than $100K, they are created to showcase your leadership, innovation, and set you apart in a highly competitive job search environment.

Targeted Resume: This is the most effective method in obtaining an interview for a specific job listing. With this type of format, you will be able to match the employer's job specifications with your skills and qualifications. A targeted resume should showcase your key strengths and highlight key/buzz words that will be noticed by applicant screening systems or the human eye. Developing this type of format requires extreme attention to detail, a solid understanding of what employers are looking for, and a qualification-focused approach that will keep you from being rejected before you even make it to the interview.

Chronological Resume: The most typical and standard resume format. A chronological resume starts by listing your work history, with the most recent position listed first. Your jobs are listed in reverse chronological order with your current or most recent job, first. Employers typically prefer this type of resume because it's easy to see what jobs you have held and when you have worked at them.

Functional Resume: A functional resume focuses on your skills and experience, rather than on your chronological work history. It is used most often by people who are changing careers, who have held the same type of position, or who have many gaps in their employment history. When writing a functional resume, it is important to focus more on how you can contribute to the company you are applying to versus the companies you have worked for. They want to see the breadth of your skill set, then a short summary of your work history after.

Combination Resume: Another of the most popular versions, a combination resume lists your skills and experience first. Your employment history is listed next. With this type of resume, you can highlight the skills you have that are relevant to the job you are applying for, and still provide the chronological work history that employers prefer.

Curriculum Vitae (CV): A CV is a full spectrum resume that is created in a format utilized by countries overseas and outside of the USA. They are also created for highly educated PhDs needing to showcase their education and entire work history. CVs require additional information normally not included in a standard resume. Our writers utilize knowledge, creativity, and technical expertise in the creation of high-impact CV documents. You are surely aware that creating a CV requires a lot of effort and time. They are not something that you can just throw together. *Please note that CV's are limited to a maximum of 3 pages in length.

Federal Resume: A federal resume is used when applying to government associated positions. Many people want the stability a job with the federal government provides. Writing a resume for a job with the federal government requires much more detail than a typical resume would entail. Providing more specific information on work history will showcase your skills and help you to succeed in getting a federal job. We use only the most modern and up-to-date format for federal resumes. *Please note that Federal Resumes are limited to a maximum of 4 pages in length once completed.