With today’s highly competitive job market, having a perfectly crafted resume package is more important than ever. For most people, the hardest part about conducting a successful job search is writing a strong resume and cover letter that distills years of experience into a cohesive, results-driven narrative that aligns with targeted opportunities. The process can be so frustrating that many give up, or are forced to submit a resume they aren’t 100% happy with.
While working as a litigation attorney at a prestigious law firm in Los Angeles, I did quite a bit of research, reading, and writing. I’d often find myself alone in my office late at night, surrounded by stacks and stacks of printed paper. It was in this lonely kingdom of black and white that Write In Color was born. What does it mean, to write in color? It is to write and create with inspiration, with creativity, with determination.