Many people have responded to the last couple of posts (here and here) about the importance of following up on a resume. Surprisingly, most people who e-mailed had never even thought about following up on a resume; they wanted to say that the tip has sparked a new job hunting behavior. That’s good news because in this economy, in particular, job seekers are looking for all sorts of new ways to enhance their efforts. Several of the e-mails I’ve received have been from people who don’t even know how to begin to approach a resume follow up letter. Backing up a step.... A number of these people are struggling with their resumes, so creating a follow up letter seems like an insurmountable task.
Historically, my most popular package is “Tandem’s Toolkit.” In addition to the core documents in “Tandem’s Essentials” – a resume and a customizable cover letter template – Tandem’s Toolkit also includes templates for...
*a resume follow up letter *a post interview thank you letter
Since the economy is rough, I like to run promotions where I give clients Tandem’s Toolkit for the price of Tandem’s Essentials. Based on the incredible amount of interest surrounding resume follow up letters, I’ve decided to run this promotion though the end of June.
So, if you are struggling with a resume follow up letter and/or if you’re interested in having a complete toolkit of top-notch job search documents, get in touch. Pricing depends on your individual situation, career level, etc.