According to Erik Eckholm’s article in The New York Times: “For every job that becomes available, about six people are looking.” Therefore, here at Fortune Resumes we want you to have that winning resume. Out of that six – we want you to have the winning one.
The reason that we differ from other firms and resume companies is that we follow the P.A.R. model of marketing. Namely, think of these following questions and plausible responses that you may have for answers:
- What is a problem that you faced in your company?
- What was the action that you took to solve the problem?
- Lastly, what was the result?
- Did you increase company profits by 20 percent? Did you earn Employer of the Month?
Think closely about the answers of these questions and try to incorporate these ideas into your cover letter. You need to focus on these different types of strategies in order to get your cover letter seen, heard, and recognized by the general employer. Remember, cover letters are most likely viewed before the resume. If your cover letter is not up to par – it is very unlikely that an employer will proceed to the resume.
In the same NYT article there are many disgruntled individuals searching for work. One woman can not support her family and claims: “I can’t find a job,” she said, “And you can’t survive if you don’t work.”
What do you have to lose? Join our firm and greater your possibilities in getting that interview. At an unbelievably reasonable price—how can you go wrong?
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