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Rachael Davies Hayes


Rachael Davies Hayes is a nationally published freelance writer and owner of Enchanted Word, a full-service writing and editing company.

She began writing résumés more than ten years ago and is a member of the Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches (PARW/CC). Since 2007, she has provided free résumé critiques to candidates at the Women for Hire job fairs held in Chicago. In addition to successfully managing her business and family life, Rachael volunteers extensively within the local community.


– Complimentary résumé critiques
– Résumé and cover letter writing services
– Networking site profiles


Rachael believes résumé writing is about more than articulating skills and experience; it’s about helping people reach their goals. It’s this belief — and her passion for empowering people to achieve their full potential — that underpins her commitment to her clients.

Her highly personal approach begins with a review of your existing documents and a conversation (by phone or e-mail) about your needs and objectives. Throughout the process, her focus will be on identifying and emphasizing your strengths, and on showing you in your best light.

Building on this organic and comprehensive strategy, Rachael will work closely with you to develop a flawless candidate portfolio that makes employers sit up and take notice.

Rave Reviews

“Information Technologies is a broad and daunting arena to give an accurate, yet concise skill set on a resume. Rachael is the knowledgeable wordsmith that saved me time and generated a versatile resume for all my business needs.”
Michael Ahmed
Résumé client

“When I was editor of 100 Hats, an online newsletter that went out to adult contemporary radio stations across the country, I had a terrific need for smart, entertaining and informative copy. Rachael’s work fit the bill absolutely! She was professional, on-time and produced great stories that our readers really appreciated.”
Dawn Friedman