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Jillian Kinsey truly is an expert in her field. She definitely has the winning recipe for resume and cover letter writing. Jillian Kinsey examines your current resume and then is able to seek alternative techniques and formats which will create a more effective well written resume and cover letter, all doing so in a timely fashion. I strongly recommend her. Thank you!May 18, 2017Verified
Jillian was very service oriented and accommodating. She got back to me quickly and answered my questions. She reconfigured two resumes. I like what the final product is. Now hopefully I'll receive interviews with them.Mar 9, 2017Verified
She was great! Super personable and responsive. I have already recommended her to a few of my friends!Mar 12, 2017Verified
Jillian was very accommodating and did a fantastic job bringing my resume back to life.Jan 23, 2017Verified
Fast, responsive, precise writing. Easy to work with...Mar 20, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Resume writing & formatting is $75. Resume and cover letter writing packages are $115. More info is available on my website. For tutoring, I charge $35-40 per hour, depending on whether or not I am traveling and the specific subject/level of the student. For editing, I will speak with you further about a quote. Because editing prices depend on the length of the piece, please view my services available on my website for more information!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a degree in Communication with a journalism concentration from Villanova University.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?We are what we know. Growing up, my mother was an English and grammar teacher. I'd sit with her at the kitchen table while she graded - her red pen a trusty sword shining in the midst of a stack of papers a mile high. She taught me her tricks and tips, her shortcuts and symbols, and as writing became a great passion of mine, I began to realize that editing was too. Throughout high school and during my years as a communication major at Villanova University, I was always that girl with three of my friends' papers wedged into my purse. I was the one in the coffee shop scanning everything from Georgetown essays to Wilde vs. Whitman comparisons to thesis statements on speech pathology.