resumes

United States
April 16, 2007 5:13pm CST
Would you post your resume onto monster and careerbuilder, if not why, is it unsafe ?
2 responses
@Artsimba (1335)
• United States
16 Apr 07
I have posted my resume online before and I think it's a great way to get your name out there and it's a great idea for prospective employers to call me if they like my resume, I liked the fact that they called me and I didn't have to go after them. In my case, however, I don't choose to do that right now because I received phone calls from places that I'm unable to get to and had to explain why I couldn't work at their company and felt a little embarrassed, so I'm kind of on my own where my job search is concerned. But I think it is pretty secure for anyone to do this. Only the companies that are in the market for hiring can see it as far as I know and if you want to get calls about jobs why not try it. Good luck and welcome to MyLot.
• United States
17 Apr 07
Thanks for the welcome..
16 Apr 07
I'll never post my full resume because of ID theft issues. What I usually do is post my skills, qualifications, a 'disposable' email address but nothing like my DoB, address, NI Number, banking details, etc. (Don't laugh - Irecently saw someone post their bank account details on their CV....)
• United States
17 Apr 07
I cant believe that someone would actually put their banking information on their resumes. Thanks for your reply by the way.