Have you invested in a professional resume? Have you created a VisualCV? And a Linkedin profile? Is your resume posted on Monster? Workopolis? And if that doesn’t have your head spinning, did you know that you can now have a Twitter Resume?
At twtjobs you can create your Twitter Resume with the same basic principals used in Twitter. Start with a headline, and write your “resume”. If you know Twitter, you won’t be surprised to find out that your resume must be written using no more than 140 characters. It actually gives you lots to think about, “If your resume was limited to 140 characters, what would you tell a potential employer?” Although the content is limited, you are able to add Skill Tags to enhance your information.
Additional information, although limited to a drop down box, is available to add to your Twitter Resume including, industry type, education level and years of experience.
If you have invested in your professional profile on Linkedin, there is no need to be concerned about the limited content in your Twitter Resume because you have the option to link it to your Linkedin profile.