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Get Paid to Write Resumés at ResumeEdge

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ResumeEdge offers writers a part-time or full-time freelance opportunity to write resumés from home. They offer customers the opportunity to get a professional resume, cover letter or social profile written so candidates have the best possible chance of being successful in their job search and interviews.

How it Works

Clients fill out a questionnaire and provide existing resumes if they have one, so you have something to work with. In some cases you will to speak to the client on the phone to get further information if required, but ResumeEdge provides their writers with prompt cards and training resources online.


You will need to have experience in either one of their 40 job industries or experience of writing resumes and cover letters.  If you already have a Certified Professional Resume Writers (CPRW) certification or a National Certified Resume Writers (NCRW) certification you will have an advantage when applying. In any case, they have ongoing certifcation checks on a quaterly basis to make sure their quality standards are upheld. 

General requirements include:

  • Excellent written skills
  • Excellent verbal skills
  • Data organization
  • Patience
  • Critical thinking skills

Working Hours

You can choose the hours you want to work and you can take as many or as few assignments as you want.  You are not restricted to working only for ResumeEdge and can continue to work for other clients.


You get paid per assignment and ResumeEdge gives writers with excellent feedback bonuses in addition to their assignment pay.  Although they do not mention payment rates for writers, they charge clients from $129 dollars for a beginners resume up to $399 for an executive resume.

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Additional Info

  • Type: Freelance, Online
  • Eligibility: International
  • Investment required?: No
  • Need Experience?: Yes
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