80% Success Rate for Resume

Meet Steve C., from Pittsburgh. Like many laid-off executives, he was given an outplacement package with job-search “help” that flopped — “0” job offers in 9 months.

In his ordinary job search, Steve emailed his resume “hundreds of times” to employers, with no response. (Sound familiar?)

But in a Guerrilla Job Search, coached by Mark Haluska (on the right), Steve enjoyed an 80% success rate when sending his Guerrilla Resume to employers.

He got 8 job interviews from 10 resumes sent, which resulted in 6 job offers. In 6 weeks.

Employers loved the creativity his Guerrilla Resume showed. And many asked, “How did you find me?” That’s what our coaches, led by Mark, can help you do — reach decision makers at the top, who can hire you and who want to meet you.

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  3. B. Bosshart says:

    I created a stellar guerrilla resume and was hired at the first company that it was sent to. I was offered an interview right away,fast forward six months, my boss and I were talking about my hiring, he said that the two main reasons that they hired me was; number 1: because the people there liked me; number 2: my resume was awesome and like nothing that they had ever seen before. Now I am a sales rep for a highly successful healthcare company!

  4. “B”, thanks for sharing your story. I still find it amazing how easy it is to get the interview when yoiu customize the resume fro the end reader using the guerrilla tactics we invented. Even after more than 10 years it still works. All the best with your new found home!
    David Perry
    co-author Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0

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