ResuGo is an online legal resume builder designed to help make the resume writing process easier, faster and better by leveraging the power of data science.
While drafting your law resume, have you ever wondered – am I doing this right?
If you’re not landing interviews for your dream job, the quality of your resume could be the reason why. After all, your resume is a powerful marketing tool.
A few months ago, RecruVia embarked on a journey to figure out how best we could solve the resume drafting problem through the use of tech intervention.
After spending months on the drawing board, leveraging our expertise on the machine learning/product development side, and taking inputs from a diverse set of lawyers, law students, legal educators, and employers, we created ResuGo, the world’s first
automated intelligent resume builder made just for lawyers and law students.
The idea of ResuGo is that by answering a few questions with a few clicks, you get a professionally-written resume with auto-generated narratives tailored to your work and/or internship experience.
The ResuGo generated resume is:
Based on a market standard format – we know formatting can be time-consuming!
ATS friendly – so your resume will never end up in a black hole.
Keyword-optimised – using the right technical skills will get your resume noticed by a recruiter, hirer, or a bot!
The path of a job seeker is riddled with hurdles and therefore the basic features of ResuGo will always be free!
So, what are you waiting for? Head over to https://resugo.com and start building your job-winning resume today.
P.S. currently, ResuGo is tailored for the Indian market & does not yet cater to in-house lawyers. These added features are coming soon!
We’d love to hear suggestions as we are all about constant product improvement and so please reach out to hello[at]resugo.com for feedback or any bugs you may encounter.
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