In today’s increasingly connected digital world, you may have found yourself applying for jobs right from your phone or small mobile device. But how do you keep your resume on file so you can easily submit it to job openings? The truth is, it’s pretty easy to maintain a digital copy of your resume that you can submit when you find open positions online while browsing your mobile device. Here are just a few ways to get started.
A file on your phone or tablet.
One of the easiest ways to have your resume handy is to keep a file directly on your device. You can download Microsoft Word for mobile platforms and be able to access your documents that way. In some cases you can save it to the Cloud, like iCloud if you’re using an iPhone. This will allow you to access your resume each time you apply to an online job from your smart device.
Another great way to keep your documents handy on your phone or tablet is to set up a Google Drive account. If you use the email client through Gmail, you already have access to Google Drive. You can save your document there using Google Docs which will allow you to access it on the go.
A Dropbox account.
Similarly, you can store your resume as a PDF in your Dropbox account. Creating an account with Dropbox is easy and there are free and paid versions. If someone else uses Dropbox, you can easily share documents online.
Of course, there are also a number of resume apps available for both Android and iOS platforms. The job board Indeed has a resume maker tool that will allow you to store a resume right on the site, which can make it easier to apply for jobs that are posted on Indeed itself. There are others as well:
- Visual CV Resume Builder
- Resume Star
- Resume Maker
- Resume Builder
- My Resume Builder
- Apple Pages
- CV Writer
You can read more about all of these in this online review.
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