Sometimes a paper resumé is just so 20th century. Thanks to hosting sites like VisualCV, Coroflot, and Carbonmade, you don’t have to be tech-savvy to create a digital resumé or e-portfolio. And you control access, unlike with a personal website. Start with your resumé, then add supporting information—examples of your work, sales charts, published articles, letters of recommendation, images or videos.
“It’s an opportunity to build your personal brand,” says Pierce Resler, formerly of VisualCV. Studies show that hiring managers and recruiters google many job seekers to see their online presence.
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