Have you ever found yourself in the job search, submitting your resume to job postings you think you’d be perfect for, yet never hear back from the companies? You start to question what it is you’re not doing right, and what you can change.
That’s where Career Service Station comes in. We offer services to break down your resume and even write it altogether if necessary. By offering critiques and edits, our services go beyond a simple rewrite. You’ll learn resume writing skills along the way to carry with you throughout your career when it’s time for a job switch.
After getting an interview with your revamped resume, what now? Practice! We also offer mock interviews to make sure you are fully prepared and on your way to a new career.
Don’t wait to start your new career. It’s waiting for you just beyond that brand new resume!
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Since 2000, I’ve been rejected during various stages of the interview process for positions including:
Front Office Manager
Entrepreneur In Residence
What does this tell me? Someone somewhere has wanted me enough to put me through the process of speaking to me about these roles, and someone may again.
take rejection as a sign of your inability; take it as a sign that the
company valued enough to have the conversation with you. Keep note of
the positions you didn’t get, and let them be a reminder to you of what
your value is in interviews to come.
Owner and Founder Robert Braathe has always had a strong relationship with cars. Growing up he helped out at his uncle’s garage as well as pump gas and fix car tires at the local gas station where he met his first mentor for entrepreneurship Tom Kelly. This was around a simpler time when one would go to the local gas station to have their gas pumped by hand, where you knew and trusted everyone working at the store. Though Robert went on to pursue business endeavors outside of the auto industry, the skills he learned while working at the gas station and his uncle’s garage would always stay with him. In recent years Robert noticed a shift in the job application process, one that was littered with machines and algorithms created to help people in their job hunting process but was just not working as well as people would hope. He realized the problem was the lack of human interaction in the process; machines were jumping over mistakes that any person could see. The solution, having a pair of human eyes scanning through your resume, LinkedIn, etc. to make sure it is in the best shape it can be and applying that same care and attention to your resume that you would get at the local gas stations and garages long ago. Check out how we can jump-start your career and tune-up your resume by going to services tab on the Career Service Station site