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Old 04-04-2007, 06:25 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by Resume Writer
In addition to actively sending out your resume, posting your resume can be beneficial as well--especially for highly specific positions. Be careful though--if you are currently employed, your posted resume is apt to be seen by your current employer and could obviously lead to a termination. It's common for companies to scan the boards to look for their company name on resumes. I would only post your resume if you are unemployed (or using a highly confidential resume).
I actually got caught!!!! The VP of a previous company was looking for sales people and somehow came across my resume. I'm not sure how because my job has absolutely nothing to do with sales.

The VP pulled me aside and asked if I was looking, I told him no (even though I was) but I alays keep a current resume on the websites just in case. He bought it. pfffwwwwh.
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