Monday, July 17, 2006

Emurse.com Job Seeker Management

So I found a cool new product from http://del.icio.us/popular/employment - (this is a great resource for the latest up and coming recruiting technology) the new product is called Emurse.

Basically, this is a tool for job seekers to keep track of their resumes, cover letters and allow easy access for Employers to download various versions.

It will get very interesting, if Emurse eventually sells (or even better, gives away for free) access to these resumes. Of course they would need to get permission from the job seekers first. Keep your eye on these guys, Im happy to see someone finally doing some really cool stuff for the seeker.

From Emurse.com's site

When finding your perfect career, don't leave the most important parts up to chance. Writing a great resume and keeping it up to date is essential. Getting your foot in the door requires an organized approach and maybe even a little bit of
networking. Wouldn't it be swell if you could do that all from one place?

5 Comments:

At 2:05 PM, Blogger Alex Rudloff said...

Thanks for the shoutout :)

We are just really getting started and trying to get as much feedback as we possibly can. If you have the time, play around on the site and let u know what you think!

We really want to come at this from a "bottom up" approach. For us, it's all about the seeker.


Best,

Alex Rudloff
Emurse.com

 
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At 4:11 PM, Blogger Marthese said...

I like much more resume builder from http://www.getresume.com

It is more easy to use and help, samples are provided while writing a resume in preview mode, also eBooks are of extreme value!

 
At 7:10 PM, Blogger Z. Glass said...

Great comment about updating the resumes. I couldn't agree more. Hiring authorities hate having to guess what the person has been doing for the past few years.

I wrote about this very topic in my book, 25 Reasons Why I Won't Hire You! What You Did Wrong Before, During and After the Interview- 2nd Ed.

Keep up the great work!

Zenja Glass
http://www25ReasonsWhy.blogspot.com

 
At 12:11 AM, Blogger Suchi said...

I would like to suggest you about a job site named Cloud jobs, who can very well help the job seekers to settle in a flourishing concern.

 

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