"Every calling is great when greatly pursued”
SUCCESSFUL job seekers have learned the old “cookie
cutter,” fill-in-the-blanks style résumé doesn't generate job
interviews. No…………. times have changed.
No longer can a résumé be just a “list” of dates of previous
employment and academic degrees. Gone are the trite,
“me-oriented” objective statements taking up valuable space on
what now should be a skillfully crafted business communication
designed to convince a prospective employer that you alone can
offer what they are searching for.
In today’s competitive market, your résumé must be an effective
marketing tool. It's your personal “advertisement” that should
reflect not only who you are but why you will benefit your
prospective employer. It's crucial that it
sets you apart
from other candidates applying for the position you
seek. And because, in most cases, all this must be
accomplished in a page or two, it takes the development strategy of a professional to
combine the elements of format, selling points, and visual appeal
into just the right winning formula….a résumé that will get you
When you need such a résumé.... call Cardinal Résumé
Service for a no-obligation consultation.
We'll do all that we
can to assist you in your search for the position you desire.
I want to thank you for such a quick and thorough job
that you did helping me revamp my resume. You had the
right blend of advice and resume formatting to help my
resume stand out from the rest. With your help I was
able to get the attention of my future employer and now
have the job I have always wanted. Great Job.
All the best” Zubin Chinoy, Biotech
Consultant, Haslett, Michigan
“Tricia, the resume worked very well. I turned it in
Wednesday afternoon and they called me Friday at 10:00
am and wanted to interview at 3:30 the same day. One of
the first questions they asked was "Did you write this
resume yourself"? Of course I gave you the credit and
they appreciated the honesty. However during the
interview they were encouraging me to interview for a
managers position which pays more money than the
supervisory position I was interviewing for.
They said I was over qualified for the supervisor's job
and probably would gain greater satisfaction from the
manager’s position. So I have typed a letter of intent
and will submit it tomorrow.
Thank you very much your efforts were superb”.
Mike Wahl, Lansing, Michigan
“Tricia, just a note to let you know I have been
offered and I have accepted the job. It was very clear
the resume you prepared opened the door to an interview
which resulted in the game winning run for me. I have
already referred your services to others and hope their
pursuit of employment is as successful as my experience
was with Cardinal Resume Service. Thanks again.”
I wasn’t expecting to be able to pick and choose which
interviews I wanted to go on! After the first 3, I got
the job I wanted. I’m sure glad I choose you to write my
resume and cover letter. Two interviewers (one, my
current employer) commented on how well my resume was
presented. Thanks again for all you did.” Patrick
Barnes, Lansing, Michigan
"Tricia manages to add that "wow" factor to a resume.
She creates the staircase to get you to the top!" Robin
King, Mason, Michigan
I didn’t know where to start when I wanted to re-enter
the workplace after 10 years. I’m so glad I called you,
because you listened, took the information I gave you
and somehow turned it into this wonderful resume that
I’m really proud of. I knew I was qualified but just
didn’t know how to present my credentials. Thank you so
much for all your help." Robbi Belden,
“Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire
for that work has been put in every heart”......... Rumi