By Tonya Wells -If you are currently working on revamping your resume, you might want to consider using resume builder software to speed up your efforts and improve the overall quality of your final resume.
Below you will find a comparison chart of the Resume Builder Software that I recently reviewed here. I am a visual person, so sometimes seeing things side by side is helpful for me. If you’d like to find out more information about each application, there is a link at the bottom of the table which will take you to the Product Detail page on Amazon so that you can read more about it. You can also click on the Reviews link at the bottom of the table to see what other people had to say about the product.
I also have expanded reviews of each product here:
Something that I did notice in the reviews of these products is that many of the reviewers complained that the resume builder software did not do more of the resume building work for them. As I mentioned here, that’s not what these applications are designed to do. They are designed to kick-start the process by giving you something other than a blank piece of paper. The main thing that they do is provide excellent resume and cover letter (curriculum vitae) samples and templates. Even if you didn’t use the software’s other functionality, you’d more than get your money’s worth with any of these applications by simply having a solid, professional looking template to start with, and plenty of samples that can give you some ideas of the types of experience you might want to include in your own resume.
So, take a look, and please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like help with your resume, or you can go to my company website Fix-My-Resume page if you’d like to understand more about the Resume Services I provide.