Coupon – Professional Resumé Writing Services

Raghuram Sukumar Career 5 Comments

In this tough economy, finding a job is going to be a big job in itself.

I have been getting emails from lots of current students who are graduating this December. Most of those questions are like these:

  1. I have applied for jobs for more than 8 months now, but no luck. Now I am planning to start from the beginning.
  2. Can you let me know where I can find a list of companies who are not on hiring freeze and are still hiring for 2009?
  3. I’m applying to jobs directly to the companies to over 500 in last 3 months, but no one is responding, what should I do?

I’m planning to write a series of articles that will help students to search for jobs in coming weeks.

First, you must start with the need to have a good resumé, one that really speaks for about you. It must be able to highlight all your professional skills and transferable skills.

I have looked and reviewed many resumés. Most of the resumés I’ve seen don’t show what employers really want to see. Some appropriate powerful words have to be used.

If a hiring manager looks at your resumé, it should convey who you are, what are you looking for, and what professional skills you have within the first few seconds he/she reads it.

Most of the resumés of students don’t have the above said qualities.

Professional Resumé Writing


I was reviewing one of my friends’ resumé and I sent her a sample of a professionally written resumé and asked her if she can prepare something like that.

She said they can prepare a similar layout, but not the same content. I know you will have to spend $100 to $200 to have your resumé professionally written.

But in order to get a job in this economy, you will have to spend to get the job. But I have some good news for you.

I found some coupons that you can use and save some money to have your resumé professionally written.

I created my resumé when I was searching for internship and I know the magic behind those professionally written resumés

And I personally know many friends who got their resumés professionally written and are now reaping the benefits. You can create an ultra-honest and high impact resumé when it’s written professionally.

Do the Math

You will need to spend $150 for getting a professionally written resumé. $150 is a small amount compared to the total amount of money you spent studying for a master’s degree.

Now with 90 days OPT Rule, you have to find a job in 90 days or you will be out of status.

If you applied for jobs during the last 3 months but still haven’t received any interview call, you know something is not working.

The first change you have to make is improvements to your resumé. That’s what this $150 will get done for you.

The $150 you spend will be recovered in just less one day after you get a job. 

When $150 can have so much power to get you a job, why do you have to take risks with a resumé which so far is not working for you?

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Comments

  1. Very relevant article – I definitely have some friends who graduated with me in 2008, and still don't have jobs. It's definitely a tough time to be searching right now!

  2. relevant indeed!

    could you please suggest us any other service who offer the same quality as Resume Edge.

    If one is going for Resume Edge, should we go for the builder or the editing service itself. 180 dollars seems to burn fingers, atleast for a grad student.

    1. Vikas – I have looked at different resume writing service. If you need good looking resume that is tailored towards your job field, then pretty much 180 to 250 is what it would cost you. I will try to cheap service, but I cannot be sure, since I dont have personal experience with cheap companies.

  3. When is the correct time to approach these resume writing services? I am now in my first semester. Is it good if I start in the beginning of second semester? Please correct me if I am wrong.

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