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TSgt Joe C.
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I have the link saved; need to work on mine at some point! Thanks for the great share.
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Np, I'm going to be using it this summer, when I start preparing for next year!
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Capt Richard P.
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I recommend trying your hand at doing it yourself first. #1 vets need to learn how to communicate their value in terms that match their target firm or industry, because you must do that in an interview. Resumes are a way to practice that. #2 Any vet has a network of people who have successfully transitioned and can help coach and iterate on a resume. #3 It's free. I recommend hiring a pro only after investing AT LEAST a week's worth of full time work ~40 hours in crafting your resume yourself and having it red-penned and improved by your connections, and then only if it's truly necessary.

Getting a job is #1 understanding your target industry, and firm #2 understanding your own value to it #3 networking into it #4 communicating your understanding and value (through resume, info interviews and then job interviews and follow ups). Don't put the cart before the horse.
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LTC Multifunctional Logistician
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I believe this is a service one pays for. I see one issue for consideration. Resumes are tailored for a specific job. So if pay for the service to craft you a resume remember that all the key words must be reflected in the job posting, 80% or higher, to be effective. So I would recommend to have the resume service craft you a resume for a specific job with a specific company. That means you need to research their job postings and detect the key words now. If not, you could pay for multiple resumes.
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