Career Ser­vice

The SOS Career Ser­vice pro­vides all of the essen­tial ser­vices our clients need to achieve their pro­fes­sional goals.

Pro­fes­sional Resume and Cover Let­ter Writing

Happy Resume Client

We will make a great resume for you.

At SOS Career Ser­vice, we offer the utmost in high stan­dards in cre­at­ing per­sua­sive resumes and cover let­ters that help our clients obtain jobs. Your resume will be writ­ten from scratch by one of our career coaches . Your resume will con­cen­trate on your mar­ketable achieve­ments, not sim­ply your respon­si­bil­i­ties in prior jobs. We will help you find a bet­ter job faster.

Resume Guide­lines

There is a sci­ence to resume writ­ing and we are experts. A typ­i­cal hir­ing man­ager spends only 60 sec­onds read­ing a resume (no joke). Thus, your resume needs to be con­cise, skim-able, and easy to read. We have clear rules and guide­lines for our resume writ­ers in order to ensure quality.

These guide­lines include:

  • Only pro­duc­ing 1 page resumes
  • Uti­liz­ing Times New Roman or Cal­ibri font because it has been shown in sci­en­tific stud­ies to be the most leg­i­ble font for most people
  • Using 11 or 12 point font
  • Stud­ies have shown peo­ple don’t read para­graphs but they do read bul­let points. Hence, our resumes incor­po­rate bul­let points instead of paragraphs.
  • The name of the com­pany, your posi­tion, and job descrip­tion are more impor­tant than the dates of your employ­ment. Con­se­quently, our resumes focus on the for­mer by putting them on the left side of the resume, bolded, in bul­lets, or ital­i­cized for emphasis.
  • We divide our resumes into sec­tions sep­a­rated by lines to ensure that the hir­ing man­ager can eas­ily find impor­tant information.
  • All final ver­sion resumes are reviewed by 2 resume writ­ers before being sent out for qual­ity con­trol purposes.
  • We do not include more than 4 jobs or 7 years of work expe­ri­ence on a resume (it makes the client look like he or she jumps from one job to another) unless it is absolutely essential.
  • Do not include high school edu­ca­tion on resume unless you are under 20 years old and have not attended college

This is the worst job mar­ket in recent mem­ory and our clients expect us to give them a com­pet­i­tive edge with a great resume.

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Job Inter­view Coaching

SOS Career Ser­vice Inter­view Coaching

How Inter­view Coach­ing Works

1-on-1 Job Inter­view Coach­ing is designed to help you pre­pare for a job inter­view. Our career coaches will advise you how to:

  • Pre­pare for a job interview
  • Respond to tough questions
  • Wear suit­able attire for the interview
  • Show that you have the qual­i­fi­ca­tions and tal­ents required for the spe­cific job
  • Over­come ner­vous­ness and social anxiety
  • Turn weak­nesses into strengths
  • And Much More!

Our sug­ges­tions will be cus­tomized for your back­ground and the posi­tion you are apply­ing for.

Prior to your job inter­view prepa­ra­tion meet­ing, you should:

Send us your resume and the descrip­tion of the job you are apply­ing for.

Pre­pare answers to the eight most com­monly asked inter­view questions:

  1. Walk me through your resume. [Sug­ges­tion: Give a 2–3 minute per­sonal pitch]
  2. Why are you leav­ing your cur­rent or last job?
  3. What is your biggest strength?
  4. What is your biggest weakness?
  5. Why are you inter­ested in our com­pany and this position?
  6. What is your great­est achievement?
  7. How do you address con­flict in the workplace?
  8. Do you have ques­tions for me? [Sug­ges­tion: Have 5–10 well-researched ques­tions for your interviewer]

You can also bring up any con­cerns about your resume, back­ground, and the inter­view process.

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Resume Work­shop

Vijay Ingam, the founder of SOS Career Ser­vice, gives Resume Work­shops to orga­ni­za­tions in Cal­i­for­nia. Resume Work­shops are designed to ensure that par­tic­i­pants are pre­pared for the dif­fi­cult job mar­ket. Past sem­i­nars have been given to UCLA stu­dent orga­ni­za­tions, Ameri­corps vol­un­teers, and Los Ange­les area col­lege intern­ship programs.

A Resume Work­shop cov­ers the fol­low­ing subjects:

  • Resumes
  • Cover let­ters
  • Job inter­views

Resume Work­shops include a Pow­er­Point pre­sen­ta­tion and work­shop exer­cises designed to aid par­tic­i­pants in devel­op­ing career skills. The orga­ni­za­tion, length, and activ­i­ties in a resume work­shop can be adapted to meet the needs of your organization.

Resume Work­shop par­tic­i­pants are expected to bring their resumes, cover let­ters, and ques­tions about the career process. Audi­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion is encour­aged and prizes are given to par­tic­i­pants who cor­rectly answer questions.

We can pro­vide ref­er­ences from past resume work­shop par­tic­i­pants to show how help­ful our past sem­i­nars have been.
Resume work­shops are billed at hourly rates includ­ing trans­porta­tion time.


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    • Tes­ti­mo­ni­als

      Just a quick note say­ing thank you! Got accepted for a great job sell­ing cars so that I can once again take care of my fam­ily. I owe you big time for your sup­port and wis­dom you shared.

      William C (Sales)  Rochester, NY

      Hi vijay. I wanted to let you know that I got into duke! Thanks for your help.

      Kelsey (Nurs­ing) Los Ange­les, CA

      Vijay is a great inter­view coach. Very pro­fes­sional. I was always so scared of inter­view­ing before. He gave me confidence.

      Julia (Biotech) Los Ange­les, CA

      I was dri­ving and think­ing about who else I need to thank for their help. I thought of you and said to myself I need to text or email Vijay tonight. So sorry I didn’t get to you ear­lier, but the answer is YES! And I have to admit that I give you HUGE credit for my accep­tance. You helped me so much with the whole process and I am so incred­i­bly thank­ful for all of your help. I’ll be start­ing this com­ing fall as a med­ical stu­dent at Indi­ana Uni­ver­sity School of Medicine!!!

      Danny (Med­ical Stu­dent) Los Ange­les, CA

      I was work­ing in a bank for the last 5 years but my growth was almost zero. No appre­ci­a­tion, no mon­e­tary incen­tives and no addi­tional ben­e­fits I was get­ting. Then I moved on to find a good job. I got chances to give inter­views but even being an expe­ri­ence banker I was unable to clear the inter­views. With some of my ref­er­ence I took coach­ing classes online from Vijay and enhance my abil­ity to answers the ques­tions, how to sit, talk and other traits. I greatly appre­ci­ate Vijay as he makes me will­ing­ness to get suc­cess in inter­views. I still in touch with vijay and rec­om­mend all to inter­act with him if you want bright career.

      Nancy (Bank­ing) Dal­las, TX

      After the con­struc­tion com­pany I worked for over the last 5 years closed down, I found myself out of work. I went to a cou­ple of job inter­views and found I did badly. VJ at helped pre­pare me one on one via Skype for the inter­view process again and coached me on over­com­ing my ner­vous­ness. He also helped me tweak my resume so I would stand out. To be hon­est, I haven’t found a job yet, but VJ helped me in my job search.

      Keri R (Account­ing) Salem, OR

      My com­pany matched [retracted] offer so I ended up stay­ing. Still appre­ci­ate all your help. If you need a ref­er­ence let me know.

      Alec (Sales and Mar­ket­ing) Los Ange­les, CA

      You gave me some good ideas about how to men­tion the best parts of my resume in the interview.

      Vin­cent (Retail Man­age­ment) Los Angeles