Resume Builder Templates Professional Job Bullet Description Generator Launched

ResumeGenius has launched a new streamlined resume writing service to help customers land their dream job. It offers proven templates and bullet point generation to customize effective resumes and improve hire rate.

Greensboro, United States - September 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ResumeGenius has launched a new service for anyone looking to get a professional resume that can help them stand out from their competition. Customers can build a resume and follow in the footsteps of over 10 million other jobseekers who have used the service.

More information can be found at: http://www.tryresumegenius.com

The new service provides customers with a range of ways to get started creating a professional resume. A library of classic templates is available on the website, each designed by resume experts, and they have helped thousands of people to get new jobs.

ResumeGenius is a team of former resume writers and job industry veterans dedicated to helping job seekers find their dream job more quickly. By quickly creating a professional grade resume, job seekers can apply to jobs more seamlessly and stand a better chance of success.

The new resume writing service has been created from the ground up with a focus on being fun, powerful and effective. The team believes that resume writing should not be a difficulty process, and need only take minutes with adequate information prepared and the right tools.

Many people become stressed and anxious at the thought of writing their resume. In part this is because of the importance placed on the document, but resume writing also requires a specific skill to be effective.

A professional and effective resume stands out in comparison to the competition when applying for a job. In this way, the new service allows more people to impress recruiters, land their ideal job, and increase interest in their skills.

Customers get access to over 50,000 job bullet point phrases to choose from across different industries when using ResumeGenius. The software generates templates with thousands of specially written bullet points to choose from.

The team states: “No more worries about how to make your resume. We guide you through the process of writing each section, step-by-step, down to the smallest part. Our resume generator does all of the hard work.”

After the resume is complete, the customer can get one click export to Microsoft Word and PDF, allowing them to share their resume more easily.

Full details of the new service can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Slack
Email: Send Email
Organization: Resume Companion LLC / RGO Technologies
Address: 717 Green Valley Road Ste 220, Greensboro, NC 27408, United States
Website: http://tryresumegenius.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917813

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