Rochester Resume
Crossbridge Office Park
2000 Winton Road South
Building 4, Suite LL1
Rochester, NY 14618

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We understand that having your resume professionally prepared is an investment and work to keep our costs low and our time investment efficient. We bill strictly on a per-project basis and estimate all projects in advance. There is no time and billing on new projects or hourly rate. Edits on projects that we have completed previously are billed at a per-hour rate in quarter-hour increments. Obviously, a little preparation and homework can do much to control costs and ensure a quality product.

Early-Career Professionals

Ideal for the early-career professional, recent graduate, paraprofessional or candidate with a relatively straight-forward, short employment history.

Estimated project cost: $335-475

Mid-Level Professionals

Ideal for the mid-career professional or recently displaced employee with 5-15 years of professional experience where translating the value of your current work experience to a new endeavor is imperative. This includes documenting a relatively complex or sophisticated employment history of two or more professional job titles.

Estimated total project cost: $475-900

Senior, Technical or Executive Professionals

Ideal for the senior- or executive-level professional with 15-plus years of experience where there is considerable highly technical or complex history to document and the client is in need of competitive positioning in the market or industry. This includes extensive competitive differentiation, translating the value from the client’s current line of work to a new opportunity or industry, and significant research and investigation to identify career options.

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Our Policies.

Where multiple meetings may be required, a deposit of 50% is required upon completion of the first interview with the balance due in full upon acceptance and delivery of the finished product. All work is estimated in advance for client approval. You may wish to save the receipt for income tax purposes as a job search or business expense. Consult your tax advisor.

Depending upon availability and scheduling needs, a $100 non-refundable deposit by credit card may be required to secure your appointment.

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Contact us to set up an appointment.

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Step 2

The best resumes are always the result of a little time and effort preparing in advance.

Step 3

Collect your information, complete the worksheet and bring or send digitally the materials to your first appointment.

Paul H. Bush

Paul H. Bush

Professional Resume Writer

For more than 25 years, Paul has written resumes for students, professionals and executives locally and nationally. Paul is an experienced business consultant, public manager, and marketing executive and a professional business, technical and promotional writer.

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