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Cover Letters & More

A resume coupled with a strategically written cover letter tells a compelling story of your success. Your cover letter is the first chance to make a winning impression on potential employers. Don’t fall into the trap of endlessly revising your resume for every job opportunity. Let your cover letter customize your resume.

We can write a strong and effective custom letter or a template letter to help you get your foot in door usually in a fraction of the time. In addition, we can train you in our approach to writing cover letters so that you can do them yourself without help.

Follow-up letters are an important tool in reinforcing your value and driving home key points from your interview. Don’t miss an opportunity to make a second favorable impression on your prospective employer!

We can also help you leave a favorable impression after the interview.

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ChatGPT and AI: A False Promise Without Context

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Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me…

This was a line in a song Roy Clark and Buck Owens of the old TV show HeeHaw used to sing. For many candidates in transition their resume reads like a sad song. The reason? Everyone has issues in their history. No one today has a perfect career path—downsizing, pandemics, industry demise, etc. have pretty much made perfection impossible. So, what do many candidates do?

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Just Because You Read Resumes Doesn’t Mean You Can Write Them

A candidate with a solid but poorly arrayed job history called the other day. After a few minutes, it became clear that what this candidate needed was a compelling presentation of a rather disconnected employment history.