February 7, 2006
(Dallas, Texas) RESUMESBYROSS introduces a variable fare structure that
allows student job seekers to receive a professionally written resume for
half the cost of a standard career level resume. In addition, the student is
teamed with a job coach to provide specific coaching in the job search and
job interview process. Students ready to graduate from high school pay only
$79. Students graduating from college pay only $159. The pricing structure
is based on a situational model that takes into consideration the relative
difficulty of each resume category. The cost not only provides the student
a professional resume, but teams the student with
job coach. The job coach guides the student in the job search and job
interview process for as long as is necessary to get the "right job". Bob
Snelling advocates, "The worst thing that can happen is for a client to
get just one job offer. That puts them in a take it or leave it situation
and usually they just take it. We coach our student resume clients to get
multiple offers. That way, they have a better perspective and can select
the 'right job'."
Job coaching opens
doors. Dr. Mulford,
at Regent University School of Business, and Director, Center for
Entrepreneurship, has had a career based in the study of economic needs and
the positive value of making wise decisions to advance one's life. He
managed the Rand Corporation project 10-year Housing Assistance Supply
Experiment. As an economist and educator, he has written many books on the
relationships between social advancement and personal achievement. Dr.
Mulford comments, "RESUMESBYROSS provides the impetus that gets a life
moving in the right direction. A solid anchor at work provides the income
necessary to make not one, but a series of good decisions. A good direction
fuels so many positive things that go way beyond the job itself. I
recommend this service for the academic student entering the workforce.
Getting the right job is good business."
This advice is echoed
by University of Dallas, School of Business Professor, Alan Goldfarb. Dr.
Goldfarb has been selected again by the Robb Report magazine, (October
2005), as a "Top 100 Wealth Advisor". His opinion of Resumes By ROSS
is that, "It helps the job seeker laser point his or her career and the
job coaching leads to a productive path that results in the job that they
dream about. As a certified financial planner and director of financial
strategies at Weaver and Tidwell Financial Advisors, Ltd, I know that often
plans do not go 'exactly as planned'. In my own business, I have taken
unexpected lackluster performance and turned it into $125 million of assets
under management. When giving advice to college graduates, one piece of
advice is a certain winner, start with Resumes By ROSS."