pricing

 

sample pricing / general rates

 

Document Proofreading – Starting at $.04 per word

Academic Proofreading (5+pages) – Starting at $5 per page

Résumé – Starting at $175 (new grad, straightforward work history, quick refresh | $250–$350 – typical experienced professional | $350 and up – directors, executives, academics)

Cover Letter  – Starting at $50

LinkedIn Profile – Starting at $50

Keyword Optimization Service – Starting at $40

Writing & Developmental Editing – Starting at $40 per hour

Design – Starting at $40 per hour

Tutoring and Communication Consultations – Starting at $40 per hour

Rush Orders – Starting at $25

 

*Ask about our current package deals.

*Discounts are available for students and return clients.

 

Fees are subject to change.

 

satisfaction guaranteed


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