Everyone has their own candidate for the hardest part of resume writing but I often find that clients come to me because of two problems:
(a) They cannot figure out what the marketplace wants—their resume is not leading to interviews and they don’t know why.
(b) They do not know how to explain their accomplishments—they are reluctant to boast about themselves, their career path is unusual, or their background does not seem to fit the traditional resume.
In fact, these two problems are the same problem. You cannot give companies what they are looking for unless you are confident in describing your skills, accomplishments, and experience. Your resume will not lead to job interviews unless it clearly describes your background and the value you would bring to the hiring company.
I belong to the top professional organizations in the country for resume writing and career marketing. I have 10 years of experience and am a sought-after speaker at resume writing and career management conferences. If you have run into your own hardest part of resume writing, let me help you over the hurdle with professional advice and a professional resume.