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There are many places to post your resume online. You can google those websites which enjoy good reputation among the employers and which collect some amount as subscription as monthly feees.
Although anyone can learn to develop an effective resume, it can also be helpful to consult those who specialize in the career search process. In this spirit, the following are common resume and cover letter questions posed to career counselors and other experts and their responses. We have chosen to answer only one or two questions, at the same time have weighed in on a number of topics, providing a variety of helpful tips and advice.
In considering the advice provided, keep in mind that there is room for different approaches to resume development depending on your work and education experiences as well as the career path you are pursuing. In fact, even the experts sometimes disagree about the finer points of writing effective resumes. This is an indicator that some flexibility in constructing a resume is possible and should set you at ease in building your own outstanding resume.
Good luck in your job search!
Should I always include a cover letter when submitting a resume?
Yes. The cover letter is a prologue to your resume. It introduces the reader to you and gives you a voice not inherently communicated in a typical resume. It also sets the bar for your ability to communicate in a business environment. If you are sending your resume to a friend, you may be inclined or even told not to bother with a cover letter. Keep in mind that the resume will then be sent to the appropriate parties and your
acquaintance is now speaking on your behalf. Take control of the situation and speak for yourself. Who better than you to adequately describe who you are and what you are looking for?
Remember, if you E-mail your resume, the text of the E-mail is your cover letter. Treat it as such, even if you're just E-mailing it to a friend. Always assume your E-mail will be forwarded. Don't be cute. Don't be too casual. Do, however, make it clear that you are friends with the person you are E-mailing. Because whomever he or she sends the E-mail to will be more likely to consider the resume of the sender's friend.
What is the biggest advantage of posting my resume electronically?
It is essential to do this as it makes it easier for employers or search people to move your resume around and to reference it from anywhere they may be. There are many places to post your resume online. You can google those websites which enjoy good reputation among the employers and which collect some amount as subscription as monthly feees. Since the invention of internet, many employers have come forward to rely on website to search their prospective employees.
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