There are so many resume writing services available, with different tactics on how to convince the job seeker to part with their money for a resume writing service that claims to help attract an increased salary for the next job offer. Then there’s CareerStrides, a resume writing service that offers, among others, resume polish, resume critique, cover letter writing and resume writing. CareerStrides simplifies the process by removing the tedious requirement to fill out spreadsheets with your details, a requirement that makes the applicant feel that their details are gobbled up by a giant company filled with resume writers that churn out and distribute resumes by the thousands.
The personal touch that is missing from large resume writing service companies is apparent in CareerStrides. The price quote is based on your needs once the writer sees your details, career objective and personal consultation. You get the writer you chose, you are not assigned a writer, because it is a one on one personalized service. This way, you do not feel shortchanged.
- Easy to fill out web form to submit details, existing resume and cover letter so the writer can provide a quote
- Writer’s list of credentials and written books are listed prominently
- Kindle and Nook versions of the published books are available, along with traditional paperback versions
- Website has a clean layout in power red and neutral blue, with a professional logo
- Unlike other resume writing service sites that have glowing testimonials (which may have been fabricated), the resume samples are provided without much fanfare, because they speak for themselves
- Resume writing service offered for teachers, nurses and those applying for pharmaceutical jobs – not present in other companies
- No price list or price range, may turn off those who are canvassing resume writing services and comparing prices
- Bulleted list of resume writing services listed in the site are not underlined to show that they can be clicked to jump to other pages. Reader has to hover the cursor over the phrase to check if it’s clickable.