Entry Level

You are a current student, recent graduate and/or have less than 2 years work experience.

How can you get the job you want?

A Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW designation) has been trained to take your experience (academic, volunteer work, extracurricular activities, part-time work, and internships) and market you as the optimal candidate for your target career. A properly done resume contains key words/buzz words, concise format and highlights your strengths while minimizing any perceived weaknesses. Your resume should be seen as marketing document, you being the product. A professionally done resume will grab the employer’s attention and greatly improve your chances for an interview.

What will a professionally written resume and cover letter do for me?

A resume and cover letter that are done properly will set you apart from applicants who have similar backgrounds and experience. Students and recent graduates face the challenge of translating their accomplishments into what an employer wants to see in a resume and cover letter. Your resume needs to clearly express that you have the skills, strengths, and enthusiasm to take on new responsibilities and challenges. If this is not immediately clear, the employer will naturally move on to the next resume in less than 15 seconds.

Packages Essential Basic Comprehensive
Resume Word Format
Resume PDF Format
Resume Text Format
Cover Letter
Post Interview “Thank You” Letter
References Sheet
LinkedIn Profile
Special Entry Level Price $199.00 $249.00 $299.00

Need a customized package? Not sure if you are “Entry Level”? General questions?

Call or text Jill at 513-376-0877 or email

Why should I have Cincinnati Resumes write my resume and cover letter?

We are passionate about quality, getting you results and 100% customer satisfaction. We offer 30 DAY FREE EDITS on all documents and a Certified Professional Resume Writer working with you one-on-one.

Did you know?

  • The number of young people applying per job opening has more than doubled since 2009, as graduates struggle with an over-saturated market and the effects of the recession.
  • The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), which surveys top employers twice a year, found that the most popular corporations, government jobs and private firms could expect to receive 31 applications per vacancy. Presently they are getting 80-150 from candidates around the world.
  • Having jobs during school that have NOTHING to do with your career goal can be turned to your advantage. Were you working as a waitress and want to work as a lawyer? Where you working as a lifeguard and want to work as an engineer? A professional resume writer will extract the core skills and career experience from these jobs to give your resume the “wow” factor.
  • Many courses you took during college/university can be used on your resume to highlight your knowledge about the career field and give employers the confidence that you can take on daily responsibilities. Be careful! Taking up valuable real estate on your resume with non-career related courses will turn employers off.