Becoming skilled at using the various job search websites is crucial to mounting a successful job search. Indeed.com provides free access to search for jobs, post resumes and research companies and is the name of the game in job search today. This website aggregates job postings from other websites into a one-stop location where job seekers can view job opportunities.
At RochesterResume.com we are proficient at helping clients become familiar with using this website, identifying relevant job opportunities and posting your resume to maximum benefit. As with LinkedIn, many clients report that they would rather become proficient at using the tool v. becoming proficient at setting up a profile. And an hour or two of coaching on the fine points of using Indeed.com can fast-track confidence and familiarity with this indispensable tool.
Our Indeed.com services include:
- Creating and improving your online profile.
- Posting your resume, including finetuning the design and layout.
- Helping source, evaluate and apply for positions through Indeed.com.
- Troubleshooting issues and concerns to help improve the user experience.
Many job seekers struggle to complete setting up their profile and find a little coaching to be just what they need. Ask us how we can help you become confident and comfortable using Indeed.com and save you time and missed opportunities.
Help employers find you online with a strong Indeed.com presence.
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