Just like technology trends and fashion trends change over time so too does the information recruiters and hiring managers find on job applicant resumes.
Check out out this infographic from YouTern to reference and ensure your own resume is up to date.
Building your online portfolio website has never been more accessible than now. Online drag-and-drop Content Management Systems (CMS - the backend editing area of a website) makes it easy to build and update your site quickly and whenever needed. Many such website-creation tools are free, or you can pay and use your own customized “.com” domain name.
The following are free website CMS resources you can use to build your own online portfolio website:
The one I really like and think is super easy to use is Weebly. I’ve been personally using Weebly for many years. It was one of the first user-friendly online drag-and-drop CMS editors on the scene years ago and I believe they’ve done a nice job improving it in iterations.
I’ve also used WordPress and Webs, which are great for different reasons, and I know many who swear by Wix, though I have not used it.
Do your own research to figure out what will work best for your needs, but here’s a YouTube tutorial to build your Weebly site, if you’re interested:
Posted by Nick Venturella