Note: If you purchase the 2 week (non-free) trial, if you like Resume Companion be sure to purchase the $7.95 subscription. Otherwise, you will be automatically enrolled in the $39.95/month subscription. More information here
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Pro Configurable to suit you
You can configure the order the sections (Work Experience, Education, Additional Skills), and even re-name them or add new sections.
Pro Walks you through step-by-step
Resume Companion takes care of all the formatting - all you need to do is enter your information in text boxes. It's a fool-proof way to get a good looking resume, although the content is still up to you (they have a link to an expensive resume writing service that starts at $99 if you need help there).
Pro 8 templates to choose from
There are 8 templates available to you - from Classic, Harvard, Elegant and Chicago styles to more modern Dublin, Modern, Milano and Park templates which add a splash of color.
Con Shady business model can trick customers
Resume Companion is buddied up with numerous other websites to polish their pocket. Checked by default are 2 ways that sites can spam your email. Even their own business model is sketchy - if you forget to cancel or upgrade your $2 14 day trial, you will be automatically enrolled in their $39.95/month plan while the alternative $7.95/month plan is the exact same - they are hoping you forget to cancel so they can gouge your wallet.
Con Subscription based
To use this service, you will need to pay money. The first 14 days will cost $1.95 (you can have this refunded if you aren't satisfied). If you forget to cancel that subscription, you will automatically be renewed at a plan that costs $39.95/month.
You can also sign up for $7.95/month, which will save you from the hefty $39.95 monthly cost.