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Posting Your Resume on the Job Boards Does Work!

A lot of job seekers think the job boards are dead.  Granted, they shouldn’t be what you focus a lot of your time on, but they still are HIGHLY used in the recruiting industry.  I have written several articles about this topic (Why You Should Post Your Resume Onlne) and plan to update these posts [...]

8Oct2010 | Terri Bishop | 0 comments | Continued
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The importance of keywords in your resume

  I realized that my last couple of articles on resume content did not discuss the importance of keywords. Keywords are vital in today’s online resumes.  What is a keyword? The simplest definition of a keyword is any word that a recruiter may type in a search box to find your resume whether it be [...]

28Jul2009 | Terri Bishop | 1 comment | Continued
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3. Help your online resume be found

   In the last post (How a recruiter finds your resume online), I discussed the importance of keeping your resume modification date current.  Below are the steps to doing this in Monster.  When you login to Monster, there should be a tab for My Resumes.  Click that tab and you should see all your resumes [...]

11Jun2009 | Terri Bishop | 0 comments | Continued
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2. How a recruiter finds your online resume

To keep things simple, I am going to refer to anyone that is looking at resumes on a job board as a recruiter.  They could be a sourcing consultant (like me), a hiring manager, a HR person helping to fill jobs,  a staffing recruiter, or other possibilities. When looking for a candidate on one of [...]

11Jun2009 | Terri Bishop | 1 comment | Continued
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