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Former recruiter David Alan Carter evaluates the 10 most popular online resume services, comparing writing quality, customer service, pricing and more. See how they stack up.
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Click on a Connecticut city below, and find the prominent brick & mortar resume writing services for that area. Or, consider an online resume service that conducts business via phone and email -- 3 of which are summarized on the right. --David Alan Carter

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Online Resume Writers serving Connecticut...
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ResumeWriters.com - Best Overall Resume Service
A good balance of price, service and quality of workmanship propels this company to my top spot. Interviews are guaranteed, or they'll rewrite your resume at no charge. My in-depth REVIEW. 
Great Resumes Fast - Best Writing on the Web
Pricey, yes. But top-shelf writing from a team of HR professionals ensures a highly competitive resume. Company CEO is a former recruiter. Guaranteed interviews. My in-depth REVIEW.  
Monster - Best Brand Name in the Business
Want to do business with an industry leader? They pioneered online career planning in 1996. Writers specialize in more than 90 industries. Resumes sparkle. My in-depth REVIEW.  

Connecticut, the 29th most populous state in the United States, has a population of about 3.9 million residents. The Constitution State is not, however, a very large state in terms of area. Rather, it is quite densely populated. Though the state has a very high per capita personal income, at around $60,000 on average, there is a wide disparity between communities. It has some of the wealthiest communities in the nation, while others are quite the opposite; Hartford, for example is one of the 10 communities with the lowest per capita incomes in the U.S. 

Heavy industry is a key driver of the Connecticut economy, with production of transportation equipment, especially helicopters, aircraft parts, and nuclear submarines; heavy industrial machinery and electrical equipment; military weaponry; fabricated metal products; chemical and pharmaceutical products; and scientific instruments.

Agricultural output includes retail and wholesale nursery stock, eggs, clams and shellfish, dairy products, cattle and tobacco.

Job seekers wishing to relocate to Connecticut will need resilience. As of August 2011, the unemployment rate was holding steady at a discouraging 9%. Although there is good opportunity for advancement and high income potential, the dense population of the state intensifies competition for most positions. Connecticut residents depend on proximity to New York City for many employment opportunities.

Additional information can be found regarding Connecticut's economy and key employers by visiting Wikipedia: Connecticut Economy.


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