Showing 7 ideas for tag "resumes"

Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)

Create, share and store your resume online for free. Allows for job hunt organization and easy maintenance of multiple, job specific resumes.


Creates web resumes for ease of distribution. Notifies you automatically when someone views your resume, giving you the details of when/where/how they found you. Check out an example at


6 votes

Web based career exploration sites


WorkSmart is designed to help you prepare for and find a new job. Below is a brief description of what you will find in the major sections. Click on underlined text links to get more information.

WorkSmart Topics:
Getting Job Ready - Get yourself ready for that new job with these tips on making a good impression, finding child care, arranging transportation, planning to arrive on time, and adopting a good attitude.... more »


22 votes

General job boards, listing sites, and aggregators

Find Jobz - Move your Career Forward shows tens of thousands of jobs from all over the country. You can search by keyword, company name and/or location.

The sheer number of jobs shown is a must for any job seeker.

Jobs are cleanly displayed and there is no spam and very little advertising shown.

Jobs can be automatically emailed to registered users.

Adding your resume is very fast and they don't require much information.


37 votes

Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)

Strategic Resumes - You Talk, We Write

Strategic Resumes provides a nationwide custom-written resume by certified resume writers, career services, job search skills training, and business document writing service, with a 10,000+ resume database representing clients in virtually all career fields, founded by Grant Cooper, CARW (certified advanced resume writer), who has operated continuously since 1994 as a resume writing professional.

Current examples of... more »


48 votes

Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)

My First Resume

This free program is used by many teachers and counselors around the country, as well as individuals who need help writing a resume. It was created to help educators teach career awareness, job search techniques, and portfolio development.

Developed as a free service for young people in school, My First Resume, is a fun way to learn how your skills and interests can be translated into job skills. After filling in the... more »


77 votes