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I can help you. I have options. As a professional resume writer, my professional resume service will present you at a higher level, opening the door for more responsibility, more income, more benefits, more success, and a much brighter future. My resume writing services have generated proven success in the marketplace, and garnered Google Reviews.

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COVID-19 Response: My University Place Office is closed temporarily. Normally I like seeing clients face-to-face. That said, I have been at my craft for 34 years with 6,100+ clients and counting. Several of my clients are out-of-state or out-of-country and then I do business by phone and email. If you want to be ready when we are back to normal, are funded and want to get on with it, give me a shout.

Quality Resumes by Ed Bagley specializes in upscale resumes, cover letters and online conversions for executives, managers and professionals who are upwardly mobile and want to make some serious money.

Fact: Last year my clients earned a combined $1.1 billion in annual income. That is why I am a pro’s pro when it comes to getting clients hired and increasing their income, and also why when you retain my services you get ahead faster.
– Ed Bagley

Clients include corporate and operations managers, financial officers, IT professionals, project managers, professional athletes and entertainment professionals, military professionals, health care and legal professionals, engineers, designers, skilled craftsmen and mechanics who generally earn between $100,000 and $700,0000 in annual compensation. Clients include successful people from North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

I have helped more than 6,100+ clients just like you find successful careers, and I can help you. I have options.

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If  you want to talk to a real person eyeball-to-eyeball,
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I do everything by appointment and am not available for unannounced, walk-in service.

Find the Best Pro-Active Approach for Success

The day you start your perfect job should be the first day you start looking for a better one. There is no security left in America.

Unfortunately, you could get laid off or canned tomorrow in a merger, acquisition, re-structuring or down-sizing. It doesn’t matter what you call it — the result is the same. You are out looking again. To maintain a career, being pro-active is your best defense.  If you are unhappy with your job, your work location, your boss, your co-workers or your company’s treatment of you, definitely call me immediately because going to work can be pure hell if you are unhappy.

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At Quality Resumes by Ed Bagley,
I can help you secure interviews with resumes, cover letters, posting your resume online, interview techniques and answers, and counseling that can greatly enhance your chances of getting noticed, scoring an interview, receiving a job offer, and going to work.

The idea is to get the money machine working again in your life, or moving up to increase your responsibility, income and benefits.

Start Tomorrow’s Future Today with a Quality Resume and Career Consulting 

Right now, your main objective should not be to find a new job or a better job, but to get an interview. I recognize this and can help you land that interview. It’s simply what has to be done–no interview, no offer.

While I can and will do resume writing projects for potential hires at any income level who are ready to listen and learn, my clients typically are high-end corporate and operations managers, financial officers, IT professionals, project managers, professional athletes and entertainers, health care and legal professionals, engineers, military professionals, designers, skilled craftsmen and mechanics who generally earn between $60,000 to $500,000 in annual income.

But regardless of your experience, my entire focus is to ensure that when hiring takes place, you are the one getting hired. All stiff competition does to my clients is to make me a better writer and marketer with a keen sense of probability.

You Have the Skills, I Have the Words

Make no mistake about it.

You have the skills, abilities, education, training and talent that a company craves. But you do need to get in front of people to be noticed. And you need a quality resume product to do so.

I have helped more than 6,100 clients just like you find successful careers, and I can help you. I have options.

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for more information on how I can jump start your future.

I do everything by appointment and am not available for unannounced, walk-in service.

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From Susan: Susan found out what excellent presentation can do
“When I first walked into your office I was scared and apprehensive. I knew I had to make a career change, but didn’t know how. I also thought all resume services were the same and expensive. After meeting with you, seeing your work and meeting with other career services, I decided you were the best for the best price.

“The response I received to your well-prepared resume was literally overwhelming. I had responses from practically every company I sent a resume to. I had one woman call and say, ‘Although you’re not really qualified for this position, I wanted to meet with you because your resume is so impressive’. I decided not to meet with her because, after hearing more about the position, I didn’t want it. I ended up taking a position with a pharmaceutical company, something I’ve wanted to do since graduating from college.

“Not only was I able to change careers but I also did not have to take less salary or perks. This leads me to conclude that my resume was written expertly to open doors and show how my previous experience could cross over to another career. Lastly, Ed is an understanding and compassionate man who helped me define my goals. The extras above and beyond the resume helped immensely, and I am looking forward to the partnership
I can expect in managing my career choices! Thanks again.”

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Online Hiring Threatens to Do Away With Traditional Hard Copy Resumes – Is It Really True? (Part 1 of a 4-Part Series)

Copyright © 2007 Ed Bagley

The presentation of this story in my Wednesday daily newspaper is dramatic.

A smaller headline in color above the main headline says “Digital Job Searches Gain Ground”.

The main headline says “Straight to the Waste Basket” and shows a picture up top of a resume folded like a paper airplane headed presumably for a wastebasket (if you are wondering, wastebasket is one word, not two).

Is it really true? Well, I guess that depends on who you are talking to and what advice you choose to believe.

The story—and I use the word story rather than article because I believe most of the story is make believe—makes some observations and assumptions that are without substance in fact.

“Instead of reading your resume,” says Daine Stafford of The Kansas City Star, “an employer might ask you to fill out an online form or take an online test that measures how well you fit the job, based on responses from successful workers.”

That is an observation and at least the first part of it is correct, that more and more employers are asking for an email version of a resume rather than the traditional hard copy (printed) version we have used in recent decades.

Stafford says “Google, for example, uses a screening program to measure applicants’ attitudes, behaviors, personality and biographical details. Answers are scrunched in a formula that creates a score, indicating how well the candidate is likely to fare on the job.”

Fair enough, Google probably does so if Stafford says so.

I have often wondered what a screening question like “Which would you rather be: 1) a monkey, 2) a bear, 3) a tiger, or 4) a kangaroo?” actually tells human resources about a person’s personality that they could not better find out by interviewing them.

If you get the impression that interviewers are personnel types who are lazy in the hiring process, you might be right. Anything to get them to the point where they have nothing to do but push paper around, and look important and arrogant in the process (like I have mine, screw you).

Stafford continues: “It’s all electronic,” said Michael Doyle, a 60-year-old job seeker from Prairie Village, Kan. (sic), who recently landed a job through personal contacts. In nine months, Doyle said, he’s spoken to exactly two interviewers as a result of online postings.”

My guess is that Doyle may have submitted an email version of his resume to dozens, if not hundreds, of online destinations.

I could have told Doyle that probably 60% of all hiring is contacts, knowing people in the workplace or knowing people who know people in the workplace. Yes, it helps to have qualifications, but it helps more to have qualifications and know someone who wants to help you.

Reading about Doyle’s experience might lead me to conclude that online posting is not the best method to proceed here given the results. No wonder hiring is so screwed up.

From this and another example, Stafford then draws the conclusion that the applicants “discovered that resumes have gone digital.”

She goes on to say “In some cases, resumes have disappeared from the hiring process completely. Some employers don’t even want them in digitized format. They prefer customized online forms, tailor-made to cull the applicant field.”

Again, anything to make it easier on personnel types, we certainly would not want to put them out for even a minute of their precious time.

From the input of experiences of two applicants this conclusion comes bursting forth as implied truth that a new paradigm has taken place in the America business of hiring.