You’ve been sending out your resume left and right, with either no response or flat out rejection. You know you need to do something different, but you have no clue where to begin. Does this sound familiar?
In an ideal world, you’d apply to a job you like and you would get a call back promptly. You’d score an interview, show up and wow them, and you would get a job offer.
But unfortunately your resume is holding you back.
You’re up against a lot when you apply for a job. Online applications can receive hundreds, even thousands of applications. Employers use Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) to help them weed out the resumes that are the best fit. And when a resume does finally get into the hands of a human they are probably overworked, stressed, and have mere seconds to decide if you deserve a second glance.
Your resume can either make you or break you.
BUT writing a resume can be beyond stressful because selling yourself is awkward and makes you sound so stiff. So you procrastinate updating it and just keep applying to jobs with your current resume and then get increasingly disheartened with every rejection email, or worse no reply at all.
What would your life be like if….
You went to a job every day that gets you excited to go to work every day. No more Sunday Scaries for you!
You make enough money to actually enjoy doing things outside of work. Brunch every weekend? Yes, please!
You had a boss who isn’t the absolute worst. In fact, you kind of like them.
You work for a company that actually cares about you. Because you’ve got dreams and aspirations and want to work for a company that wants you to grow.
What makes Resumes That Get Interviews different?
Other services charge between $179-$350 to write a resume for you only to make you sound like a robot.
Other services hold the secret to writing an ATS friendly resume hostage, while I teach you how to do it yourself.
Other services don’t give you a job hunting guide, just here’s your resume and good luck, kid!
Resumes That Get Interviews is the first of its kind that not only teaches you how to write a resume but also how to work around being a job hopper/career switcher/funemployed for a long period of time/insert any excuse you use as to why your resume just isn’t working out for you.
By the end of the program you’ll learn hot to:
Write the contents of your resume based on the job you want. I’ve gone from corporate finance, to full-time yoga teacher, back to the corporate world. I’m a stereotypical, Millennial job hopper and my resumes have still always gotten me interviews within 30 days.
Write a resume that the ATS scanners will send to an actual human (more than 95% of fortune 500 companies use these so this is the first big hurdle!).
Format your resume so that it will pass HR’s measly 5 second initial scanning your resume. How it is formatted should make this person’s life easier, not make them hunt for relevant info.
Write a cover letter that eliminates any potential reason for an employer to not call you back.
How to answer those interview questions that ask why you are the perfect fit.
Bonus Time! When you buy Resumes That Get Results you’ll also get:
My favorite places to look for jobs
My handy dandy system to keep you organized during the job hunting process.
An action plan so you stop just mindlessly sending out applications with no results.
A guide on how to network even in a world where we can’t go to events.
Are you ready to FINALLY get an interview?
The other boring resume writing guys are charging you $179-$350, but you can get instant access to Resumes That Get Interviews which will get you the DIY version of all of the above for only $48!
If you go through the program and utilize my game plan and still don’t get an interview after 90 days I’ll give you your money back. All you have to do is show me your worksheets, resume, and your application tracking sheet (I give you one as a bonus).
*You’ll have 7 days after your 90 days to submit for a reimbursement.
Hi, I’m Kristen Elyse and I am a Millennial job hopper (or so it looks like on my resume). I also work in HR and sorting through resumes is part of my job.
Looking for a job can be a full time job. AND IT IS STRESSFUL! That’s why I’ve created Resumes That Get Interviews.
I know the job hunt grind well..
I’ve had to get a job real quick because I had no income.
I quit a job to look for another one that wasn’t a toxic environment.
I quit a job to start my own business/have a quarter life crisis- but I had to apply for yoga teacher jobs (a completely different career path than working in an office!).
I then decided that the career I truly want is one where I get to keep my business AND work in an office (partly because I love stable income), so I went back on the job hunt/career hop journey again.
I’ve had to look for jobs so many times for so many different reasons. I’ve been there. Looking for a job needs to be as quick and painless as possible and having a guide to write your resume will get this job done so much quicker.
I’ve used the exact techniques in Resumes That Get Results and was able to get jobs within 90 days max each time. I have also used this strategy directly with one-on-one life coaching clients. And being in HR has only made this program even better.
Now I’m spilling the beans and putting the secret sauce in your hands. No matter the reason you think your resume is not getting the response you want, this program will help.
Resumes That Get Interviews is PERFECT for you if…
If you have been sending out applications for a while now without an interview offer, this is for you.
If you have been meaning to write your resume for weeks but you put it off because you don’t even know where to begin, this is for you.
If you want a resume that doesn’t make you sound like a stuffy robot, this is for you.
If you want someone to show you a way to make job hunting take less time, this is for you.
If you have looked up resume writing services but gasped at the cost and decided you want a more DIY approach, this is for you.
Don’t let another day go by wishing you had a new job. Don’t let another day go by wasting your time sending out your resume and not getting results. Don’t keep pushing updating your resume further and further down the to-do list.