Does anyone know a good science/engineering resume editing service? Having trouble figuring out what to leave/chop.
I found a posting for my dream job! But, I know that competition will be stiff. I realized during resume editing that... er, my resume might need some work.
The job is an applied research position (engineering-ish) in a non academic environment. I'm at a bit of a loss of what to include (obviously technical experience, but what if it's non-related? Older jobs that imparted soft skills? Academic awards? Interests/volunteer?) and how long it should be (I'm at three pages, which seems big considering I'm a pretty new grad). So, I think I need some professional help tackling this.
However, I don't know where to look online for professional editing services that specialize in science/engineering research (I've heard positive things about The Professor Is In
, but she focuses on social science grads; other sites tend to have the academia angle covered well, but I'm coming up with nothing for this).
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!