Resume writing is subjective to a degree, and opinions do differ. The old adage beauty is in the eye of the beholder applies, and it is inevitable that different people have different ideas about what constitutes a good resume.
At the same time, and notwithstanding this, there are certain fundamentals that most observers do commonly agree with such as the best resumes should be concise rather than long, legible rather than cluttered, and proactive rather than passive.
It is never going to be possible to guarantee something on vague terms such as one resume will ‘look better’ than another, because that is subjective. However, what we can do is if you send us your professionally written resume before you order we can tell you in advance just what areas we can improve. Moreover, we can give you an indication in terms that are not just vague and subjective. For example, if for example your resume is indeed too long, cluttered and passive (a common problem even with many professionally written resumes), then this is something that we can not only address for you, but it’s something that it is pretty easy to see/verify that it has been done.
Another common problem with a lot of professional resumes is that they are relatively unfocused, and tend not to be properly optimized toward your target job. Again, this is something that we not only address for clients on a regular basis, but it’s something that, once it has been done properly, is usually clear, and therefore can usually be demonstrated.
We are confident that you will not get a better professional executive resume anywhere else.
Moreover, you are very welcome to test us. We will be very happy to let you know upfront, just how we can improve your resume.