Having your resume professionally written is an investment. Like any investment, the most important factor is what you will get in return for your money. In other words, the ROI.
Hiring resume writing help will make you the immediate beneficiary of that resume pro’s expert writing skills, their objective focus for your situation, and the knowledge that comes with writing resumes every day to make a living.
Invaluable experience and knowledge that has worked for others in the past will work for you. You just need to tap into resume writing services for your next job search. The result will be a resume that opens the doors to better job opportunities, in a shorter time frame, with the potential for a higher salary package.
Back to ROI: you are looking for the greatest ROI, correct?
This means that once you land that job and work for a short time, the service has probably paid for itself. Is that not worth the price?
Here’s why. Looking for a job is not only a job in and of itself, it’s expensive.
It’s estimated that a job search can cost a job seeker as much as $15,000.
If you are unemployed, it’s possible to calculate the cost in lost wages for each day you remain without a job. In fact, it’s quite simple.
There are approximately 250 working days per year. If your most recent job (or the one you’re pursuing) pays, for example, $75,000 per year, then you will lose $300.00 per day for each day you remain unemployed ($75,000/250=$300.00).
If, rather than being unemployed you are underemployed, then each day you remain in a job that pays you less than your target income costs you money. For example, say you make $70,000 per year, but you should be making $90,000. For each day you remain underemployed, you are losing $80.00 ($20,000/250 days =$80.00 per day).
Now that you know how to calculate how much each day of unemployment/underemployment can cost you, are you still questioning whether you should have your resume professionally written?
How many days of reduced wages is it worth to save a little money?
If professional resume writing reduces your job search period by even just one week, how much extra money would you earn?