"Do we need to have a face-to-face meeting?"

It is not necessary to have a face to face meeting. I can conduct an interview with you over the phone and gather all of the information I need to write your resume. If you prefer to meet in person, we can arrange a meeting, but thus far, all of my clients who initially requested a meeting found that it wasn’t necessary after I produced a first draft of their resume that accurately reflected their needs.

"I don’t have an existing résumé. Can you write one from scratch?"

Yes. It is not necessary to have an existing resume. Many of my clients don’t have existing resumes. I am skilled in performing research, and can write resumes for all professions and levels based on phone interviews with my clients.

"Can you write a general résumé for me?"

Your resume should be targeted. It should contain the name of the position you are applying for and closely match the job description through highlighting your qualifications, related keywords, and accomplishments. The resume I write for you can be easily edited and tailored by you for different positions. I will teach you how to change up your resume at your request.

"Do some people need more than one résumé?"

Yes, if you are applying for positions in two different fields, you may need completely different resumes.

"How long should my résumé be?"

First, generally speaking, you shouldn’t go back more than ten years, fifteen at the most. Any experience older than that is often considered obsolete by the employer. However, if you are an executive or manager with 20 years of experience, a two-page resume is most likely appropriate.

"How do we communicate?"

We can communicate by phone and/ or through email. Once I gather enough information, I will compose a first draft and send it to you through email. Usually, I will have a few questions that you can answer by typing directly on the draft, calling, or emailing, which ever you prefer. I guarantee that you will be 100% satisfied with your resume and will revise it until you approve the final draft.