Nine Online Tools to Update Your Resume

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Krop

Krop is an online portfolio website that caters to the creatives. The site offers a gamut of styles for resumes, including grids, photos, graphics and more. No coding or hosting is needed, and the template gallery continues to grow. Google analytics and SEO tools are already equipped, making this online destination a top-geared, professional portfolio creator.

Whether you're embarking on a new job search or want to invigorate an ongoing job search, it's critical to ensure you've set yourself up for success from start to finish. From finding job openings to preparing for job interviewers, you can make a lot of steps and possible missteps that will either help or hurt your efforts.

Resumes are still one of the most important tools you have in your job search arsenal. They're the first thing most recruiters see when they are combing through potential candidates. And while critical, they get just the briefest glance before they're "in" or "out" of the running. Therefore, it's important that your resume be ready to make a great first impression.

Herrien Ro, writing for TheLadders, has identified nine resume-building tools that will provide not only inspiration, but also help you easily construct or update your resume.

 

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