To write a resume, it is essential to summarize the details of education, work history, and other accomplishments and skills. The main objective of writing the resume should be highlighted and a career summary statement should also be given clearly. A resume is the most essential document given by the candidates for purpose of job applications. Resumes are normally clear and concise and are presented in bullet format.


We understand the difficulties that you face while writing a resume. Our writers can write a resume in different formats: chronological, functional and combination formats, each of which is explained below:

Chronological Format: This is the most common format used by applicants as it is simple and easy to scan. It clearly shows the progression of an individual’s career. It emphasizes much upon the work history for candidates who have solid experience in the field that they are pursuing a new job in. If the candidate has switched over to many jobs in a short period of time, the chronological format is not the appropriate format to be selected in such cases.

Functional Format: This format is typically suggested for individuals who have switched over to many job profiles in a short span of time and who have gaps in their employment history. Herewith, specific skills and capabilities of the applicant are highlighted. Therefore, the focus is shifted from job titles and time frame spent in each job to actual skill sets of the applicant.

Our writers consider various tips while writing a functional resume. We consider a resume summary. They organize the resume by a central theme. We also make sure to use keywords from various job descriptions in your resume. The relevant projects are mentioned well across the resume giving details of employment history. Our resumes also include a strong cover letter to expand on the skills and abilities of a candidate.

Combination Format: This type of resume is selected by people who want to emphasize their skills over the work history and is used by people who have changed their career fields often. Herewith, the skills and qualifications are listed first. Combination resumes are used to show the most relevant skills to the employer. It is a good way to justify gaps in work history and other career changes.



CV’s are primarily used for applications across international institutes and universities for education, scientific, medical or research positions or for applications of fellowships or grants. Just like in the case of a resume, a CV should include details of name, contact information, education skills and experience, research and teaching experience, grants, publications, professional associations, licenses, awards, and other relevant information.


We understand the difficulties that you face while writing a CV. Our writers start by making a list of all your background information. Thereafter, they categorically organize it. We make sure to highlight your academic qualifications, work experience, and skills as they relate to the particular industry or job profile. Our writers also emphasize upon the use of specific keywords for writing the CV, which will depict that you are an ideal fit for the particular position into consideration. We may also suggest the use of a template to structure your CV, which will give your document a clear organization and help the employer quickly see your qualifications and work experience. Once the layout is ready, we make sure to edit and proofread the document to make sure that the CV has no spelling or grammatical errors.