Let's not let this thread get derailed.
Many people do not present themselves in the best light because of poorly written resumes (look at the number of typos in this thread alone), lack of clearly stated career goals, inability to work with recruiters, little attention given to interview preparation, etc.
I am a former pharma rep who co-wrote this book with my sister, a former recruiter:
It's an instant download e-book with tons of information and live links to recruiters, career websites, and the like. It's way cheaper than a resume service and might give you some ideas you haven't thought of yet.
Best of luck to you who are still looking. There are good jobs out there, but the competition is heightened to get them.