Resume examples can be the most valuable part of any resume builder website, and some sites offer excellent, beautifully-written examples that are upfront, with no hassle. If you like what you see, you use the services on the site to create your own winning document.
By contrast, some other sites hide their “examples,” making them available only to paying users; others don’t offer them at all. ResumeHelp doesn’t seem to offer them, instead hurling the user directly into the resume-creation process. As soon as you engage with the site, you’re already on your way. You’re choosing a template, filling in your text, and moving toward the finish line.
ResumeHelp wastes no time with introductions, frills, advice, or examples. You want a resume? You got it. Even the search bar offers few menu options.
Upon closer inspection, we noticed the site DOES actually offer samples and general resume advice, and they’re of high quality—the resume samples are professional and the advice and guidelines are meaningful–but you’ll need to scratch the surface to find them.