Mary Sherwood Sevinsky, MS, CCM, CDMS                           
                      Mary@Life-Works.Info | 410.444.1989       
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Career Expert and Author with nearly 20 years of experience in résumé writing, personal branding, career assessment and counseling. 

It is a big step to pay someone to develop a résumé – thank you for considering me! You may already have a résumé and had a friend/ mother/ ex-boss/ or someone else you trust help you with it.  Your last document may have even been good enough to get you your current or most recent job. However, your current résumé may not be competitive in today’s labor market. Today's job market is very competitive - give yourself the edge you need to get the offer you want!  
You may not have even needed a résumé at all until now.  If that is the case, download this free worksheet to provide me with some of the information I need to make a résumé for you. Don’t worry if you can’t fill in every blank – just do your best and provide any information appropriate to your particular situation.

Whether or not you do or don’t already have a résumé the free worksheet may be helpful for you to use. Regardless, I will work with you to synthesize and highlight your unique skills and abilities to obtain interviews for the positions you want with the employers you want to notice you.

The Process:
Building a résumé is a lot more complicated than sending a work history to someone.  A good résumé writer will take into consideration other factors as well!  Some of these factors include:

Job (or other) Goal
Format matching profession
Type of submission such as online or paper

Initially, I will review your existing resume or information that you provide. I will need to know a little about the type(s) of position(s) you are seeking and how best you like to communicate.  I will develop a draft for your review and input and will continue to modify it as we discuss your preferences and personal style until you are 100% satisfied.

No two résumés, even with similar work histories should look the same!  A well written résumé reflects the person and their goals and cannot be used for anyone else. You are unique - your résumé should be as well!

  • Résumés and Cover Letters are prepared expressly for the individual and representing their unique style, background and career goals.  No two effective résumés will be alike, even given similar backgrounds.  Make yours as exceptional as you are. These sample résumés reflect the personalized style, background and goals of the job seeker who requested them, but may give you some ideas of formatting you might like to include in yours. If you don’t have a résumé download and complete this free worksheet and email it to me.
  • Interviewing preparation
  • Applications Assistance
  • Career Change and Management  Advice
  • Job Seeking Skills Training
  • Job Search Assistance 
Additional Information and Resources:
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Feb 26, 2012
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Oct 30, 2012
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Nov 06, 2012
As I scanned down through the list of incoming mail, I noticed a suspiciously high number of requests for resume rewrites. I thought back over the last several days and realized I hadn't gotten any request for resumes.

Jan 27, 2012
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Oct 12, 2012
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Oct 15, 2012
Use an Objective section on a résumé when you are looking for something specific and you are certain that you want to limit your opportunity(ies) to a list of conditions to which you are committed. Use a Profile section on a ...
Oct 09, 2012
Even if you set the résumé aside for a day or two you may be likely to see things that can be changed to a document you were previously enamored of. Asking someone else to look at it can give you a different perspective you ...
Nov 13, 2012
The easiest approach is to echo your resume header and use that for your letterhead banner. You can copy and paste this to a word document and save it as letterhead. Use this document for any and all correspondence.
Oct 30, 2012
It's a great resource for job seekers; you can share your resume, get connected with recruiters, research companies, and so much more. Check out our 33 tips to discover all of the ways you can use Pinterest for your job ...

Mary Sherwood, MS, CDMS, CCM
Career Expert and Author
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