The goal is for RateMyResume.net to become a one-stop-shop for folks looking to make their resumes as perfect as possible.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
Crafting a resume can be tough, and even once the process is complete, many job seekers experience uncertainty, doubting whether their resumes are really as exemplary as they need to be to generate hiring interest. A new site called RateMyResume.net is seeking to answer those doubts, however, and to deliver peace of mind to job seekers everywhere. The just-launched site offers a number of professional services and tips, including insights into resume creation.
In fact, visitors to the site can upload their own resumes and receive professional feedback, critiques, and suggestions for improvement. Site founder Jason Kay says the idea is to provide job seekers with a kind of one-on-one online resume workshop. “What really helps, in the resume writing process, is receiving some feedback, some indication as to whether the words and formatting on the page really reflect the candidate’s assets,” comments Kay. “RateMyResume.net was designed to provide resume writers with exactly that—with an easy way to obtain constructive criticism and ultimately to polish their resumes to perfection.”
The feedback provided comes from fellow job seekers, recruiters, and more; visitors to the site are invited to comment on recently-submitted resumes and to leave their own words of feedback or encouragement. Additionally, RateMyResume.net provides easy access to a number of professional resume services, including writing and editing companies.
“The goal is for RateMyResume.net to become a one-stop-shop for folks looking to make their resumes as perfect as possible,” Kay offers.
Indeed, there is much that the new RateMyResume.net site offers, even beyond its resume critiquing process. The site has a blog, which is updated regularly with informative articles about the resume creation process. Kay notes that the blog also offers practical tips for drafting cover letters, acing job interviews, and more.
“At the end of the day, the site is intended to be a community where job seekers come together to keep each other sharp and to enhance their own skills as resume writers, as interviewers, and as potential job candidates,” Kay affirms. “Our hope is that, at RateMyResume.net, job seekers find the tips and the feedback they need to transform themselves into perfect applicants.”