Campbell Ritchie wrote:You can expect to pass some cash with the resume, however. that may be tax-deductible.
James Clarks wrote:Kavita, I was certainly not joking, and $50 is a very modest fee. However, if you think your career is worth some real investment, I have a few friends that will certainly help. Check out:
arulk pillai wrote:
-- A good resume will not only market your current skills, ability, experience, etc in a better light than your competitors who have done the same thing as you, but also will make you realize what skills, experience, abilities, etc you are missing. So, you can go and acquire those skills and experience to improve your marketability.
So, it is better to cultivate your marketing skills -- writing effective resumes, promoting yourself in a better light at interviews, etc. You can get your first resume done professionally, and get the subsequent updates done yourself. It is not that hard, if you put yourself in an emplyer's shoes. Always get someone to proof read it for basic mistakes like grammar, spelling, format, etc.