ONB Professional  Resumes
Move Your Career In The Right Direction
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Why a Professional Resume?
It is a misconception that a resume simply lists your work history and responsibilities. It's much more. A resume is your personal marketing piece that brings your skills and experience to life. Your resume should answer a company's question "Why hire you?" It needs to create an image of excellence and uniqueness that separates you from the competition. A professional resume also helps you feel more confident in the interview process.
 
How can ONB Professional Resume Services Help You?
  • Win More Interviews
  • Maximize Your Strengths
  • Present a Professional Image
  • Stand Out from the Crowd
  • Land Your Dream Job Sooner
  • Elevate Your Earnings Potential
  • Solve Tough Job Search Challenges
  • Succeed in Transitioning to a New Career
At ONB Professional Resume Services extra time is taken to get to know you and your goals. We use a detailed client questionnaire followed by a telephone interview in order to target your goals and maximize your resume's potential.
 
An Investment in Your Future
 
A professionally prepared resume is an investment in your future earning power and career happiness. Professional resume writers have the experience and skills necessary to present applicants from diverse industries, career fields, and experience levels at their very best. They know how to set you apart from the competition, ensure that your resume gets read, and prompt the reader to take action by calling you for an interview.
 
Even if you are the "perfect" candidate for a position, someone less skilled might get the job of your dreams because their resume was written more skillfully. It happens all the time. Many people think that since they know their jobs well and have adequate (or even excellent) communication skills, they can prepare their own resumes.
 
But when writing about themselves, people tend to undersell the "product". In addition, a full 98% of resumes created by unskilled professionals lack several of the most important ingredients. As a result, many opportunities are missed.
 
Some job seekers regard the resume as "just a piece of paper". But in today's highly competitive job market, where the typical nationally advertised position opening will receive literally hundreds of responses, it takes an effective resume to get interviews.
 
Think of it this way - a $1 bill and a $1,000 bill are both "just paper", too. But, like a resume, their value is determined by what is printed on that piece of paper.
 
Your resume is one of the most important documents you will ever create. This "make-or-break" marketing tool is what stands between whether an employer will call you for an interview or pass you by. 
 
 


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