Career Calling

Clay Cerny

Career Calling is a blog by Clay Cerny, a career coach and resume writer in Chicago.  Since 2001, he has helped job seekers present themselves to new employers.  Clay is featured in several books on career management, including Resumes for the Rest of Us, Expert Resumes for Baby Boomers, and No-nonsense Cover Letters. 

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Before becoming a career coach and resume writer, Clay was a Manager at Richard Day Research and he taught English and Writing part-time at DePaul and Northwestern University.  He has earned a PhD in English Literature from Northwestern University and a Bachelor’s Degree from John Carroll University.

To learn more about Clay’s real business, visit his Linkedin page To see what his clients think, check out Yelp reviews.  His monkey business can be followed on Facebook

Clay is a member of  the National Resume Writers AssociationKiwanis International , and the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce

 To contact Clay Cerny, send an email to  or call 773-907-8660.




  1. I love your blog and the content. I just started a similar blog that will focus on career success stories. I am a new blogger and would love any advice.

    Happy Blogging!

    Comment by afunk4 — September 16, 2011 @ 6:14 pm | Reply

  2. Thanks so much for coming to see Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Goose — and for taking the time to write about it. Come bcak again soon!

    John Olson
    Director of Marketing and Press
    Raven Theatre Company

    Comment by John Olsom — December 27, 2013 @ 10:14 pm | Reply

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