- We help show leadership, innovation and employment value.
- A manager’s resume is much different than a staff resume.
- Good managers are identified by accomplishments
- We help distill a good resume from large amounts of information
The industry and position that you are interested in aren’t the only important factors that need to be taken into consideration when writing a resume; There is also level of employment. For example, a cashier and a store manager are probably going to be going for very different positions from one another so the content and style of each one’s resume should reflect that. And if you are going for a management position, an employer is going to want to know how your skills and past experience qualify you for such a role.
A Better Resume’s writers know what type of information employers take into account when looking to fill a managerial position. Our writers will put special emphasis on your leadership skills, as well as experience you may have training employees or coordinating special projects, or any other responsibilities that involve supervising others in the workplace to ensure you receive the proper consideration for the position you deserve.