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e-Resumes: Everything You Need to Know About Using Electronic Resumes to…

by Susan Britton Whitcomb

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In a world that is continuously evolving towards a more technologically-oriented way of life, it is important to understand how to navigate your job search and job application process through the world wide web. Jobs that are posted online and require electronic applications demand attention to details that one would not think of when submitting a paper application. This book will guide the creation of your electronic resume and give you tips about how to format your resume, whether to send an application as an attachment, and will guide you in the electronic job search process.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071363998, Paperback)

Nearly 70% of employers now use the Web for job postings or recruiting, and even if a company advertises in a newspaper, it’s likely they require applicants to e-mail resumes. As Susan Britton Whitcomb and Pat Kendall say in this A-to-Z guide for job seeking in the 21st century: in today’s market, the only people who won’t need a Web resume are those who want to work for an employer without a computer.

In e-Resumes Whitcomb and Kendall cover all forms of electronic resumes and explain their uses, strengths, and weaknesses. They also show how to:

* Construct, post, attach, and send the perfect e-resume for the job
* Create an impressive 3D e-resume with hyperlinks, images, and audio or video clips
* Find out about privacy issues, and search for jobs discreetly

Whether conducting an active online job search or maintaining a Web page of accomplishments, savvy job-seekers should turn to e-Resumes for all the help they need.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:16 -0400)

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"Learn about six types of eResumes: ASCII, attachable, scannable, job board, 3-D Web, and Web portfolios; create "3-D" Web resumes featuring hyperlinks, images, and audio/video enhancements; know when and how to attach your resume in an email"--Cover.… (more)

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