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Finding a Job #1
Dear aspiring devs, cyber security personnel, designers, deep learners and anyone else I may have left out. ATS software is all based on keyword filtering. If you don't hit the keywords, you get thrown out. Most job web sites like Monster, Indeed, charge $150+ to do a professional rewrite. Don't worry, I wasn't gonna pay it either. Introducing, the Internet's greatest kept secret, KickResume and their brand new key word software. Tired of looking up resumes for keywords to get an idea of how to write yours? KickResume does the hard work for you. They have over 20,000 phrases for 3,200 job Titles. For $4 a month you get unlimited Resumes, Cover Letters, and a personal website. They've been around for 10 years. I just found this and I love it. LLAP https://www.kickresume.com/

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RE: Finding a Job #2
Just had a look at some of the templates on there, it looks very useful. Might come back to this in the future. Thanks.

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RE: Finding a Job #3
Given the array of templates to choose from, It looks quite promising.

Although Kickresume has a few basic/free selections, here's a few more free alternatives.

https://www.theladders.com/resume-builder
https://www.resume-now.com/free-resume-builder
http://www.super-resume.com/
https://www.myperfectresume.com/
https://resumegenius.com/
https://uptowork.com/
https://www.gotresumebuilder.com/

Bear In mind you are providing your personal details to these services. Be sure to check their terms, Inclusive of the authenticity of the site Itself. Personally, I don't disclose my details to any online entity of this nature, but that's just me.
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RE: Finding a Job #4
(03-09-2018, 07:32 PM)Plug Wrote: Just had a look at some of the templates on there, it looks very useful. Might come back to this in the future. Thanks.

Happy to help. Smile

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RE: Finding a Job #5
(03-10-2018, 06:38 AM)mothered Wrote: Given the array of templates to choose from, It looks quite promising.

Although Kickresume has a few basic/free selections, here's a few more free alternatives.

https://www.theladders.com/resume-builder
https://www.resume-now.com/free-resume-builder
http://www.super-resume.com/
https://www.myperfectresume.com/
https://resumegenius.com/
https://uptowork.com/
https://www.gotresumebuilder.com/

Bear In mind you are providing your personal details to these services. Be sure to check their terms, Inclusive of the authenticity of the site Itself. Personally, I don't disclose my details to any online entity of this nature, but that's just me.

I understand. Thanks for the free resources as well.

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RE: Finding a Job #6
(03-10-2018, 07:02 AM)c_smooth Wrote: I understand. Thanks for the free resources as well.

My post wasn't aimed at yourself, but more so as a general statement.

Appreciate your contribution.
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RE: Finding a Job #7
Thank you for this! This could be quite useful in the future Biggrin

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RE: Finding a Job #8
I will bookmark this ! Thank you!

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