Nearly 70% of employers now use the Web for job postings or recruiting, and even if a company advertises in a newspaper, it's likely they require applicants to e-mail resumes. As Susan Britton Whitcomb and Pat Kendall say in this A-to-Z guide for job seeking in the 21st century: in today's market, the only people who won't need a Web resume are those who want to work for an employer without a computer.
In e-Resumes Whitcomb and Kendall cover all forms of electronic resumes and explain their uses, strengths, and weaknesses. They also show how to:
* Construct, post, attach, and send the perfect e-resume for the job
* Create an impressive 3D e-resume with hyperlinks, images, and audio or video clips
* Find out about privacy issues, and search for jobs discreetly
Whether conducting an active online job search or maintaining a Web page of accomplishments, savvy job-seekers should turn to e-Resumes for all the help they need.
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