Our mission is... "To provide expert resume and cover letter writing services, along with the timely delivery of professional development and job search strategies that facilitate the accomplishment of career goals."
Whether you are a first time job seeker, seasoned professional, career changer, or someone who has been out of the workforce for an extended period of time, our experts understand that each client is experiencing unique situations that will require targeted job search strategies, customized resume formats, and career guidance that addresses their specific needs.
We recognize that our clients have compressed time frames in moving through the career transition or job search process. We are deeply committed to accommodating these rigorous schedules, preparing required documents in a timely manner, and providing quality customer service to all clients.
Job Transitions has successfully established a national clientele and works with clients throughout the United States.
Our team of experts have both practical and broad-based experience to draw upon regardless of the depth and complexity of your search campaign.
We work as a team with our clients. In most cases, clients can expect a series of questions concerning their experience, skills, and accomplishments during the document preparation process.
Job Transitions was established with the objective of providing job seekers across all industries and functional areas of employment a place to go for professional assistance in this difficult and ever changing job market without paying the high costs associated with similar services.
We specialize in the design and writing of customized resumes and cover letters, along with providing career guidance for a wide range of job seekers including students seeking internships, first time job seekers, career changers, and mid to executive-level professionals.
Our Services Include...
Resume Bullet Points
By John Karras, President, Job Transitions, Inc.
Resume bullet points need to be accomplishment or benefit based. It is not enough to tell the reader simply “what you did” at a company or in your academic career. You need to tell them...
Surviving the Phone Interview
By Elizabeth Herrera
As if it isn’t hard enough to read through the employer’s poker face during a face-to-face job interview, a phone interview can be quite daunting and throw you off your “A-game”. Not being able to read the non-verbal cues can definitely change the dynamic of an interview.
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