Most people never stop to think about how many times the average American changes jobs. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that it’s 10-15 times with an average of 12 jobs.
No longer are people expected to stay with a job forever. If you’re unhappy with your job, you should look for a new job. Even if you’re happy, there may be no room for growth at your current job. You may even want to dip your toe into the job-search waters just to see what’s out there!
Career-minded people need to understand that your resume brands and markets you as a qualified candidate. More importantly, when written incredibly well, it positions you for higher salary offers. Isn’t that what everyone wants—to receive the best offer? When you work with Ellen Steverson, she understands the financial value a resume brings to your wallet and provides:
- Resumes rich with value, content, and keywords. Your resume will rank well with applicant tracking software (ATS), which means hiring managers then read top resumes.
- Career documents: resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn content that communicate your brand and skills to employers.
- Document development through a discovery process that helps you understand your value so you can articulate concisely throughout the interview process to receive and negotiate best offer.
- Guidance and best practices to advance your career to the next level.
- Dedicated partnership with modern strategies and honest feedback to support your success.