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The Modern History of the Resume [INFOGRAPHIC] The role of the resume has remained constant throughout its 500 years of existence — the point of the resume is to get an interview, in hopes of finally landing a job. Relative to other forms of communication, though, it hasn't changed all that much. In fact, most of the changes have been merely cosmetic — most employers still require a one-sheet, black-and-white printed resume at interviews, regardless of the fact that we all use email and have had access to much better design options for years now. The proliferation of digital and social tools over the past decade has brought about the social media resume, the infographic resume and the video resume, among other creative options. This infographic, created by RezScore, an online resume-grading tool, looks at the history of the resume. Do you plan to change your approach to resume writing? Social Media Job Listings Every week we post a list of social media and web job opportunities. More Job Search Resources From Mashable
10 Great Social Sites for Resume Building Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success (Kaplan, April 09), and owner of the award winning Personal Branding Blog. Creating the perfect resume is not easy. Luckily, there are a number of online resources dedicated to helping you create outstanding traditional and social media resumes. Here are 10 great social sites with unique features that let you create your own resume-like profile, edit your resume online, get it reviewed by experts, print it, share it on social networks, and much more. Remember, building a strong profile can help serve as a great marketing tool to help you get the job you're looking for. Have another resume building site to recommend? 1. Razume is a service that enables job seekers to complete their resumes and polish them up with feedback from reviewers in the community. 2. LinkedIn seems to be on all of my job lists and for good reason. 3. Disclosure: VisualCV sponsors my blog and magazine. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
7 Secrets to Getting Your Next Job Using Social Media Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success, and owner of the award winning Personal Branding Blog. Between current economic conditions and the technological evolution of the Internet, the traditional approach most job seekers have taken in the past is no longer viable. The approach — developing a resume and cover letter, locating jobs on and submitting your resume to corporate sites and job banks, and crossing your fingers in hopes of receiving a call from a hiring manager — is, for the most part, a thing of the past. The new approach is far different. The current environment In 2008, there were 1.2 million job losses, unemployment is currently at 6.5%, and the largest companies are shedding as much as 10% of their workforces. Social networks are starting to become part of the criteria that both hiring managers and college admissions officers are using to weed out applicants. 1. The majority of jobs aren't posted online. 1. 2. 3. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.