|Special Edition: ||June 23, 2008|
|A Simple Way to Find a New Career|
Are you currently looking for a fast route to a smart career choice? It's simple. To get a job, the people looking to hire someone like you have to know you exist, be aware of your skills and know how to contact you. Well, maybe not so simple. Assuming you have a resume that effectively
represents your skills and abilities, then the next logical step is to make sure it's seen by the people who are hiring. But how?
One of the most effective ways to do that is to use a service that will instantly post your resume on all the best career websites at once, where an estimated 1.5 million employers and recruiters search for
qualified job candidates daily. One of the oldest, largest and most respected of these services is called Resume Rabbit and can be found by following this link.
It really works. Of course this is not the ONLY activity you should pursue in your job search, however with massive exposure you'll maximize your
chances of landing a great job! You'll also expose yourself to millions of jobs, job search tools and invaluable research by having accounts on all the top career websites.
Here's how it works. You fill out one simple form and then immediately an account is created for you and your resume is posted on up to 80 national and specialty career
websites like Monster, CareerBuilder, Job.com, Net-Temps, Dice and more. It's that simple.
You can even choose to post your resume confidentially so your identifying information like name, address and phone number can't be easily seen by your current employer.
It takes ONLY 5 minutes to complete and saves you at least 60 hours in
research and data entry. And once you have an account on all the major career websites, not only are you instantly available to employers and recruiters who are hiring - but you'll be able to search through the millions of jobs posted on all these sites collectively.
One nice feature you get with this service, is a personalized "online
posting report" that you can access any time. This report lists every career website you've been posted to, along with "quick links" so you can easily log-in to each one and search their current available jobs. And while you're there, you can take advantage of an amazing array of free-job search tools and advice offered by the various career
Check out Resume Rabbit - They've done all the hard work for you. I think you'll like it.
Here's a summary of their features:
Some satisfied Resume Rabbit users share their experience with having a resume posted on all the top career sites:
- Electronic Resume Posting: on up to 80 job search websites.
- Massive Exposure: to over 1.5 million employers &
- Job Search Report: of all job banks your resume was posted to.
- Job Matches by Email: of new job opportunities and job listings.
- Spam Protection: keeps your personal email box safe.
- Identity Protection: posts your resume information
- Centralized Log in: to all your job search website accounts.
Juan, a CPA/Controller from Georgia said:
"I accepted a position with a company that is located less than two
miles from my home. My resume got into my new employer's hands as a direct result of one the career site postings performed by Resume Rabbit."
Ronnie, a sales representative in Texas reports,
"I got the account on Sunday evening and by Monday morning I was already getting phone calls from recruiters. That was fast and easy.
There are so many job sites out there it would have taken weeks."
A customer service representative in Missouri named Jim used Resume Rabbit to post his resume and commented,
"I signed up on a Tuesday and by Thursday the job offers started pouring in. By Friday, I had a job set up!"
You can go directly to Resume
Rabbit by following this link.
It's a competitive job market right now. For the competitive edge you've got to be in the right places at the right times. So put your resume where millions are searching daily. And give yourself access to millions of job listings you couldn't find in any one single place. Even
if you do it by hand, we recommend giving yourself maximum exposure by posting your resume on as many career sites as possible.