Certified Master Resume Writer

Earning the Master Resume Writer credential clearly distinguishes the resume writer as the “best of the best” in the resume-writing industry.

Awarded by Career Directors International (CDI), the Certified Master Resume Writer is the careers industry’s oldest master-level resume credential and the only one endorsed by an active professional association.

Meg was among the first people to have earned this distinguished credential, joining a select group of elite resume writers who proved themselves by submitting a portfolio of work that has been judged by a panel of CMRW peers. Professionals who themselves are Toast of the Resume Industry (TORI) Award Winners and worldwide leaders of the industry.

The portfolio submitted must stand out for its innovation, for advanced formatting that grasps the attention of the reader, and for superior command of the language that makes every bullet point an unfolding story.

Meg also earned the Career Management Alliance’s Master Resume Writer credential in 2008 — New Jersey’s first Master Resume Writer and the 9th career professional worldwide to have earned this top honor.

She is one of only a handful of Master Resume Writers to also hold the Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist and Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist credentials – also gold standards.

Executive resumes have changed dramatically in just the past few years, in response to the constantly changing needs of recruiters and hiring decision makers, and the impact of the Internet.

These days more and more decision makers are reviewing resumes on their PDAs. To accommodate their needs, resumes need to immediately and concisely communicate the candidate’s brand and value proposition, and what differentiates them from their competition.

Are you thinking you may need help with your executive resume? Review my contact page and get in touch with me to discuss whether we may be a good fit to work together.

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