This resume came from
Paragon complete with typos and misspellings. Sure, "we're
all humans" and "anyone can make a mistake" but the entire
resume reads like someone rushed to throw together the most
basic document possible...and then didn't even bother to
The 'Key Skills'
section is horrendous and does nothing to make the client
look more qualified. This kind of stuff can easily be
discussed at the interview but making diamond bullet points
for "Internet Research" or "Sales" is completely unnecessary
and does nothing to make the reader say to themselves "Oh
yes,THIS is who I must call in for an interview!"
Following that line of thought, we're SHOCKED that they would put the words "Proficient in Microsoft Word" on a modern Customer Service/Project Management Resume (which shouldn't even really be the focus of this client's resume--Paragon would've known that if, like ResumeWritingGroup.Com, they had taken their time to discuss the client's goals with them!)....! That aside, there are so many small things to nitpick in this awful resume -- even the outdated inclusion of "References Available..."--which should not appear in a resume of this style for this profession in this day and age (then again, they really misinterpreted the client's career goals here and didn't bother to ask)...