You’ve likely heard that getting your own website can be a great way to obtain a leg up in the work hunt. But could it be really necessary? After all, with all of your other job search to-dos-perfecting your resume, crafting killer cover letters-creating your own section of the global world wide web might not appear so pressing. Not so fast. In fact, having an awesome web presence may be more important than those other job search basics-and even the ticket to your fantasy job. Don’t take it from me, though: Take it from these (previous) job seekers.
I chatted with six visitors to hear just how their sites helped them stand out to hiring managers, make career-changing cable connections, and land stellar new jobs ultimately. While your cover and resume letter are excellent places to tell hiring managers about your abilities, the proof is actually in the pudding (or the personal website, as it were).
- Go to the following url “https://livestream.com/” and log-in to your account
- Now await a while to get the installation complete
- CPU Scheduling Algorithms
- Move on top of that tab and select Advanced options
- Set up WordPress (Content Management System)
- For Variable Name, enter: devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices
In other words, why tell someone what you have to give you, when you can show it-with a niche site filled with links, photos, and work examples giving a much more powerful sense of what you have to offer? Mark Scott (@MarkScottPR), the VP of corporate and business communications at …