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Posting Your Resume

Hands Resume Getting your resume in front of employers is critically important. On CareerMatrix.com there are two ways that can be accomplished. First is sending your resume to the employer via email, snail mail or fax and the second is posting your resume online.

CareerMatrix.com member employers can and do search the resume database. In fact, some employers only search the resume database and can contact you directly. This is why it’s so important to get your resume online.

Why submit my resume to CareerMatrix.com?
  • Local companies can and do search the resume database.

  • You can easily send your resume to any job posting or email address.

  • Save time and money. No stuffing envelopes, running to the post office, printing, paper, envelopes, or postage expenses.

  • Get your resume to the Human Resources contact fast. When you send your resume through CareerMatrix.com your resume will be delivered in seconds.

  • When you submit a resume you can activate "Job Alert". This will automatically notify you of new job postings in occupational categories you select.

  • Often companies will not accept resumes as attachments, because of the threat of viruses, you might not even know if they didn't get it, however, they will accept a CareerMatrix.com resume!
How Do I Post a Resume on CareerMatrix.com?

There are three ways to Post a Resume on CareerMatrix.com

  1. The Resume Builder - Allows you to create a commonly formatted resume. Just fill out the form and when you’re done, you have a resume online.

    Learn How >>

  2. The Resume Cut and Paste - If you already have a resume created using your word processor, you can save time by selecting the text of your resume, copy it to your clipboard and paste it into the large box.

    Learn How >>

  3. Upload your Resume – If you have a resume you created with a word processor in the doc, rtf or txt formats you can upload it and retain the structure of your resume for the employers. The disadvantage is that your resume is not searchable in this format. You can attach your uploaded resume to either the builder or cut and paste resumes, having the best of both worlds.

    Learn How >>

Need Help Writing a Resume? Ken Soper, MCC, NCCC has written an excellent article on how to write a resume that sells you.

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