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Having worked for five years in the HR department of a large international company and two years in a recruiting agency, Tim Miller, the CEO of ResumesUniverse realized the importance of having a good resume. After going through more than 50000+ resumes and 300+ interviews, Tim decided that he could help people at an important stage in their life – finding a new job.

Did you know how much time employers or recruiters spend on average reviewing each resume? 6 seconds! Only. In those 6 seconds, they will read and see enough to understand the candidate’s qualifications and experience and decide whether to invite the candidate for an interview.

“When you work in a fast-paced environment as recruiting, where decisions need to be made quickly, you realize the importance of how a candidate’s resume is compiled because, from a pile of 200, you need to choose only 3-5 for interviews. Having looked through thousands of resumes, I clearly understood that people do not realize the importance of this stage and decided that I can help them.”

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In the twenty-first century, everyone should create their own Personal Brand to be competitive in the labor market. If you were starting a company, would you make sure your business cards look attractive? Of course! So, your resume is your brand’s business card.

The importance of having a quality and professional resume is hard to overemphasize, knowing how hiring works from the inside out. Our writers are carefully selected, and their work is checked before our clients receive their resumes. Our goal is to apply all the skills, knowledge, and experience to get your resume noticed.

And now, some interesting statistics:



Professional recruiters spend no more than 6 seconds looking at each resume


of resumes, where the specified email doesn't look professional, go to the bin.


of resumes are thrown away because they span more than two pages.


of resumes are discarded due to grammatical and stylistic mistakes or because they are written in a third person.

Not many people think about the fact that the process of getting a job is a job itself. After all, a lot of time and effort is taken both by the study of the labor market and the search for a suitable vacancy. If we take into account the peculiarities of our situation with employment, this will require substantial time costs and a considerable amount of both psychological and physical efforts.

But there is a solution that will significantly simplify the task of finding a suitable vacancy and maximize the speed of the desired results. And this is nothing more than a correctly and competently written resume. In most cases, the relationship between a potential employer and an applicant for a particular position ( possibly a future employee) begins to emerge during the first interview. But the guarantee of the well-being of these relationships is most often precisely the resume provided by the applicant—a document that allows the employer to evaluate the personal and professional qualities of his future employee.

For this reason, it is a huge mistake to think that writing a resume is a waste of your time. Indeed, this document is practically the “face” of anyone looking for a job. And the chances of a positive outcome of an interview, depending on how exactly this person is presented.

There is no general standard and template for writing a resume as such, but of course, it is necessary to adhere to some generally accepted standards when writing it.