It's easy enough to keep a resume online at a job board or using Google docs, but now Indeed.com has made it even simpler to store, edit and share a resume online.
Indeed Resume users can create a resume from scratch or upload an existing resume in many common formats including Word, PDF, RTF, TXT, and HTML. You'll need to register to create an account or sign in with your Facebook account to get started posting your resume.
Resumes can be shared via a public URL or hidden for private use - which is handy if you're employed and job seeking and you don't want your boss to find out you're job searching. Visitors to a public resume page can download the resume as a PDF or email the job seeker through a secure contact form.
Having a copy of your resume online makes it quick and easy to apply for jobs and that's important, especially when you want to get your application in sooner rather than later. Plus, hiring managers can search resumes for candidates, so it's another way to get good exposure when you're job searching.
Here's a step-by-step guide to posting your resume on Indeed.
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