For Job Seekers
Market Yourself to Employers
Are you looking for a job in Connecticut?
Fact: About 30 percent of our Premier Employer Subscribers check the Resume Database first before posting a job.
Don't miss this free chance to market your skills directly to local employers. Posting a resume online is easy. Think of it as a supplement to your nicely formatted resume. It's a targeted marketing campaign. Oh, and did we mention that it's free?
Your Information Is Secure
Your posted resume is available only to our Premier Employer Subscribers through a keyword searchable database. In fact, you don't even have to include your name, address, email or any contact information. You can remain anonymous and employers seeking your skill set will find your resume and can contact you through JobsInCT.com.
When Should You Create an Online Resume?
As soon as your resume is current. Save a copy of it in Plain Text format and left align all the text. Save a copy for your records before uploading it to JobsInCT.com. Don't worry if it looks too raw, it's supposed to look that way.
Whether you create a basic list of skills or a three page resume with full disclosure, the secret to a successful online resume is less about design and more about keyword-richness and an easy to scan layout. Make the best of a non-formatted resume by using capital letters for headers and dashes or asterisks for bullets to help with readability.