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How to Upload My Resume to My Phone

How to Upload My Resume to My Phone

How to Upload My Resume to My Phone

The process of uploading a resume to your phone is much easier than you think, whether you want to do this because you want to be job hunting at a nearby store or want to use your mobile device at a job interview to show it off.

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Storing your resume in the Cloud lets you create, edit, export, post and send your resume from your mobile device. Because the Cloud is accessible from anywhere you have internet access, you can manage your job search materials by simply logging into your account. You can use templates to create your resume and export it in PDF, Word, text and HTML formats to hiring managers or recruiters. You also can link your resume to your social media accounts.

It's considered best practice to tailor your resume to the job you're applying for. Make sure the resume you're storing on your phone has the most recent information, including your most recent job and current contact information. Save the file you want in the correct format, such as a word processing document, a PDF file or a HTML document. (Source: www.indeed.com)

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Dropbox allows you to send your resume through a shared link rather than an email attachment. As a result, you gain flexibility by updating your resume without having to send a new link. For example, you can fix spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors even after you send your resume to hiring managers or recruiters. Simply save over your previous version so that everyone with the link can access an updated copy of your resume. You also can use links to share folders without concern for email attachment size limits or spam filters. In addition, you can create folders and sub-folders to stay organized during your job search. For example, you can store your resume, notes, contact information and screenshots of important emails. Furthermore, you can favorite your files in the Dropbox mobile app to easily find and view them when you’re offline.

thingscareerrelated.com)Isn’t it much easier to store your documents in various folders within your email account? You can still access them from your phone by opening a folder while you’re in your email account on your phone. I think this is possible. Also, I wouldn’t want all my important papers to get in the hands of a phone thief. They could gain too much information about you to do more damage. (Source:

 

 

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