Topic: Keywords for writing a resume
May 20, 2019 / By Githa Question:
DO NOT SEND RESUMES THAT ARE ON THE INTERNET
From a restaurant job posting on Craigslist. it says to reply to this email us at .......but DO NOT SEND RESUMES THAT ARE ON THE INTERNET
Derryl | 7 days ago
The Internet-Ready Resume
Resume Versions to Prepare || Why Plain Text? || What about HTML?
Many people still think the resume you put online is not the same document that you created to print out and mail to prospective employers or hand to interviewers. This is untrue. You do not need a different resume, you only need to alter the format of your resume to make it easy for you to post, copy and paste, or email it to employers.
When done correctly, your well-written, well-prepared resume will contain all of the necessary keywords to attract attention whether it is being scanned into a resume system, indexed and searched online, or read on paper by a real human.
go to the link below and will tell you the different types of resumes. good luck.
It means that you can send resumes in a text file or in a Word document or something, but don't send them resumes that are posted to a web site (personal web site, MySpace, etc.). So, send them a file, not a link.