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What you get with this Hourlie
For people who are unemployed or underemployed, figuring out how to stand out in the job search is crucial. Despite discovering job openings that fit your experience, you send your resume out to the ether — and feel you're continuously overlooked in favor of someone with equal qualifications. WELL--NO MORE!
Visual design is a great way to differentiate yourself from other job candidates. Design in general is increasingly important in the business world.
Companies are always looking for candidates who will go the extra mile, and your resume is literally your first point of contact — your first chance to put yourself in the "yes" bucket. And what recruiters are looking for can mostly be narrowed down to science, as TheLadders found last year in an eye-tracking study on resumes.
Recruiters spent 80% of their time looking at six data points:
• Current title and company
• Previous title and company
• Current start dates
• Previous start and end dates
The key is to keep these important data points clear. I recommend a hierarchy that presents information in a way that is easy to find and digest. My service relies on solid graphic design principles.
The price includes one round of revisions. Additional revisions later — perhaps after you've acquired additional skills or experience — are only $5.
You will receive your new one page resume in pdf format. You will receive the same layout used in the photo for this hourlie.
What the Seller needs to start the work
Specify A4 or letter size.
Send the actual content of your CV. This usually includes:
About you including your full name, address, and contact details.
Previous/current employment including months for beginning and end dates.
Educational background and qualifications.
Links to your portfolio or online presence.