Five years ago, hunting for a job meant buying fancy paper at the office supply store, formatting your resume carefully using a word processor, and mailing your carefully-prepared documents to prospective employers. Today, many employers want job seekers to skip the postage stamp and email your resume. At the same time, phone calls are less frequent, and there’s less personal contact between employers and their potential employees. In today’s competitive job market, the more personal differentiation and evidence of your skills you can include, the better.
Visual CV helps you add a memorable touch to your resume or curriculum vitae (CV) – not only helping you format the content digitally but providing the tools to include bells and whistles to make you stand out in the crowd. When you create your Visual CV, you’re creating a multimedia resume that can include audio and video, as well as a digital portfolio of your work. You can share your resume with the world, with a select group of people for networking, or keep it private until you’re ready to send it to an interested employer. Your resume will show more about who you are and what you can do for an employer; in other words, it’s You 2.0.
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