Have you been applying to job after job and not getting any interviews?
Are you trying to change industries but you're unsure what to say on your resume because you don't have DIRECT job experience?
Are you starting to give up ever finding a job in this economy?
My name is Shay Banks and I completely understand, because I was right where you are a few years ago. .
Six years ago, I left my teaching career behind and was hell bent on starting over in a new industry. I was tired of being stressed out, overworked and underpaid.
Since I didn't feel confident in my skills outside of the education industry, I simply accepted random customer service positions that paid less than I was used to making. I had zero confidence in applying to anything in corporate America.
I mean think about it: I had no direct experience in corporate America. Who would hire an ex-teacher with no hard skills?
But being in a call center wasn't the change I was looking for either. I worked long hours, sat on my butt all day (which made me gain weight), and every move I made was micromanaged. That was not the kind of career I was looking for at all.
So I started doing research on industries that I wanted to work in but was too scared to apply for fear of being laughed right out the door. I figured, if I didn't at least try, I would hate myself.
I found three industries that I thought would be a perfect fit for my personality and my overall career goals. I then, took out my resume and went to work.
It took me 36 hours of working on my resume to get it to where I was confident enough to submit it to jobs online. I was beyond nervous and I wasn't sure it would work. And guess what...
It didn't. Well, not exactly.
I got some calls and had some pre-screen interviews for jobs making more money, but it wasn't quite what I wanted. I decided to tweak my resume a bit more by adding in some specific keywords for my job experience as a teacher and then...
I was not only getting phone calls and phone interviews, I was getting in-person interviews and job offers. I went on to double my teaching salary in an industry I had no previous experience.
I have no extensive technical skills like a software engineer and I don't have a Master's Degree. I'm just a teacher who figured out how to change job industries using the skills I had.
I want to show you how you can do it too.
Now is a great time to see what other jobs are out there that can give you what you the lifestyle that you want. Seriously the job market is ready for you and what you bring to the table.
Don't take my word for it. Check this out...
According to Indeed as of 10/15/17
Due to inexperience and/or lack of basic technical skills
Job growth is strong across all industries according to Wall Street Journal.
What stands between you and a new career move or a better job, is your resume. If it looks like every one elses, you could be getting overlooked for a job that will give you exactly what you want.
Potential employers won't even interview you if your resume is crap. What's a crappy resume? A crappy resume is one that uses a generic template and fails to communicate to hiring managers why you're qualified.
If you don't know how to take your current skills and craft a good resume, you'll get overlooked. You'll spend your time applying for job, after job, after job and you won't get a phone call.
Bottomline: you need a good resume to help you stand out from the competition.
That's where I come in. Pro Resume Help is a company that helps job seekers get more interviews. Whether you're wanting to enter into a new industry or you want to move up within your current industry, Pro Resume Help can guide you.
Continue reading below to see how...
Once you click here, you'll be taken to a new webpage. On that page, you will answer questions about your current job (or lack thereof) and what you're looking for in a new position.
You'll be able to upload your current resume for a FREE RESUME REVIEW.
We want to make sure that we have the full picture of you and your goals, so please answer each question as best you can. If something does not apply to you, simply put N/A and move on to the next question.
Go all the way to the end so you can submit your resume in order to get your free resume review.
Within 24 hours (even on holidays and weekends) after submitting the form, I will contact you and set up a time for your free resume review.
Please note: There is no cost for the resume review and no obligation to buy.
Why am I offering this?
Because I've been right where you are. I know how it feels to have no one to help me change industries or even help me snag a good job.
I have a real passion for helping people land better jobs quickly and I want to share that with you.
But don't worry.
There is no obligation to purchase anything. If after your free resume review you'd like our help with getting a better job in the next 60 days, then great. If not, no big deal.
You will have gotten some valuable information from us and lost nothing. And we will (hopefully) get a quality referral in you.