Re-use re-engineering is taking something that works and figuring out 10 ways to use it that it’s creators never imagined.
Us recruiters do a lot of reverse lookups. We have paid for training in how to get information from the wrong source. We x-ray websites. Yes, that is what it is called. We use social media sites to find companies. We use resumes to find job openings.
How to use re-us re-engineer ResumeRabbit
You may get more good from ResumeRabbit by not paying them a cent.
They like to brag about the 85 websites they can send your resume to for you. They list them. They send your resume to the sites that are the most popular with hiring companies. Almost all those sites will show you lists of jobs and employers for free. Go take a look at them.
What else can I do?
And in case you haven’t heard, my favorite website for finding jobs is www.indeed.com . They are an aggregator. They go out to company and job board websites and scour them for jobs. They don’t have to list the exact job you are looking for to help you find a job. All they need to do is help you identify companies that probably have folks doing that job. Then you can send a resume.
Go take a look at every website you are on today. See if there is a way to get unintended information. Like the list of job boards ResumeRabbit posts to. I bet you can find a job opening in a way you never tried before.
And, do you see those four logos below this line? Each of those sites can be used to find companies that need someone with your skills.