Electronic Resume Databases
Databases of a New Decade
As the day goes on, one grows anxious to hear the ring of the phone, the sound of a fax, or the knock on the door saying "we want you". As easy as it may seem, getting on the right track to pursue a career is a long and treacherous process. Companies just do not have hours at a time to sit down and study each person's profile. They need something quick and easy to access. That is where the World Wide Web comes into play. The thought of site where thousands of qualified applicants could be accessed with just the touch of a keystroke. An electronic resume database, a database or index of resumes that can be viewed by an employer seeking to hire someone for his company. These databases are continuing to grow more popular as we speak. They have become the ultimate source for anyone looking to expand his horizons in the working world. The focus of this report is to inform the struggling job seeker that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Through these database services, one has the opportunity to be found out by thousands of big name companies. One might think that no big company is going to actually contact me just by looking at my resume on the Internet. As odd as it may seem, most big companies do recruiting on the net. From MCI to Microsoft, one could work anyone of these big companies-just by posting himself on the web. In this report, a series of 5 resume databases will be discussed. The summary of each database will include:
1) The name, address, and contact information for each database.
2) The geographical scope of each database.
3) The number of companies that subscribe to each database.
4) The resume formats preferred by each database.
5) The fees and services of each database.
The report will provide any curious job seeker with information about what employers are looking for in an electronic resume and what the costs are to get started. It will also give one the opportunity to find out what services can be provided by each company. Such services may include building your resume for free or advertising your resume on its own web page. Without a doubt, one will come away from reading this report convinced - ready to start the new age of posting resumes through an electronic resume database.
Electronic Resume Database Overview
What Database should you choose?
The Monster Board
There are so many databases made available to one on the Internet, making it difficult for a job seeker to decide which database to do to business with. The first electronic resume database that I checked out was The Monster Board. Probably the most well known ERD on the Internet, this company has a lot to offer. The Monster Board is located at 5 Clocktower Place, Suite 500 in Maryland, MA. One can go right to their web page as well www.monsterboard.com. The Monster Board's Personal Job Search Agent works day and night to find job seekers the right job.
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