Are you trying to share your resume with potential employers online? If yes, then nothing would be more convenient for them and you than an online resume. To create such a resume in a few simple steps, check out a web service called Represent.
Represent is a free to use web service that lets you create an online resume. The website keeps things very simple while providing you with theme options that you can use to make your online résumé visually appealing.
You start by signing up for an account on the website. The next step is to sign into your account and begin creating your CV. On the left pane you will find various sections that usually go into a CV. Starting from the simple name, professional field, and summary you can move onto your experience, education, specific skills, and contact information. The sections are optional and you can skip things if you want – the skipped sections will simply not be included in the final version of your resume.
Once you have filled out the sections you want, you can choose a design for your resume which basically involves choosing a color theme. You can optionally upload a photograph of yours to go onto the resume. With everything done, you can publish the resume which then appears on the site’s domain URL followed by your username.
The link can be conveniently shared directly with others or you can post it to Facebook and Twitter from the website.
- A user friendly web service.
- Lets you easily create an online resume.
- Already displays the sections that go on a resume.
- You can skip sections if you want.
- Let’s you add picture to résumé.
- Offers color themes.
- Related: Resume Builder, Resolio, Resumonk.
Check out Represent @ http://represent.io