For years we’ve been hearing about the demise of the resume. It’s no longer useful. Recruiters and HR don’t read them anymore. The average amount of time a recruiters looks at a resume is 6 seconds. Blah, blah, blah, blah.
You’ve heard it all too as you’ve been researching for your job search. You also know the reality. A resume is still one of, if not, the most essential part of your job search.
So, here are some tools, resources and websites that can help you out with your resume.
Standard Resume – Helps you create a modern, template-free resume without tricks or gimmicks. Just enter your info and pick a color. No formatting required!
VisualCV – With over 8,800 resume samples from real professional, ResumeCV can help you create a great resume and even your own personal landing page.
Kickresume – Kickresume quickly guides you through building a great resume, cover letter and personal website in minutes.
Visualize.me – This site helps you create an infographic based resume for free.
Check out these resume tools for even more ideas.
Now if you are one of those forward thinking types and you believe the resume is dead (or dying), then check out these sites and tools that are alternatives to resume.
RemotiveJobs – This website offers a lot of remote-based jobs. Cool if you have the right skillset.
Refer Me Please – This online site helps connect you with others who can help refer you or let you refer someone you know who might be a perfect fit.
Workfolio – This company helps you set up your own person website to promote the most important brand you know – you!Share this: