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Have you Considered Our CV Re-Write Service Yet?

Do you know that A staggering 72% of resumes are never seen by employers.

It is important to start the process right. An ATS (Applicant Tracking System) typically screens candidates based on information provided in the application such as location, keywords and level of experience.  

You have to get past the applicant tracking system if you want an interview with the employer. And sadly, applicant tracking systems (ATS) can’t be bought with martinis and flowers.

As an experienced human resources professional and career coach, I can help you build a resume or CV that will pass the ATS software test and also get noticed by the employers.

I will make sure your ATS-optimized resume is simple, straightforward, and will delight both a machine and human reader.

You can think of it as the ATS doing the first screening instead of the employer. 

So if you can’t pass this stage, the recruiter will not see your resume.

Job seekers who use applicant tracking system keywords within their resumes can triple their chances of getting an interview. 

Brushing off the importance of applicant tracking puts you at a massive disadvantage in a job search.

You want the JOB? Order Now!!!

We will re-write and turn YOUR CV into a powerful marketing tool that will start getting you interview invites.

Medical Nigeria CV Re-writing professionals are on standby to help you!

We give you 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed – If you’re not completely satisfied with our services, we will refund your money in full.  Your satisfaction is our top priority.
We will deliver your CV in 48 hours.
How to ORDER?

1. Make a one time payment of N2,000 into our bank account below:


2. After making your payments, send your copy of your CV and or Resume to our email : for the rewriting service.

We will go ahead and re-write your CV and also give you a free cover letter as a 


3. Your CV/Resume job will be delivered to you within 24 hours.

4. You may also contact us using the form on the right side of this blog to get speedy response from us for any inquiries.

Thank you
CV Writing Professionals
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