Much of today's job searching takes place online. You scour job-search websites for openings, you submit applications to individual companies through web-based portals, and you communicate with recruiters and hiring managers via email. Because so much of the job search process is on the internet, it's important to have a resume that's optimized for digital use. This means when you upload a resume, whether to a job search site, a company site, or as an email attachment, it needs to be readable, easy to open and view, and not difficult to download. Believe it or not, employers and recruiters do notice if you can't follow directions , and they generally favor employees who are savvy with technology. Here are some tips on how to upload a resume.
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Google for Jobs is a feature on Google that collects and displays job listings from across the web. It helps job seekers find relevant listings directly in their Google search results. Posting a job on Google is possible if you structure the underlying HTML of your job postings so they can be indexed by Google for Jobs. Alternatively, you can post your jobs on a job posting site that Google for Jobs already indexes if you are not able to make the modifications to your own site. Google for Jobs is a free service that uses AI and machine learning to increase job post visibility by showing job postings in Google search results.
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