Top 5 Reasons Job Seekers Should Use Google Docs When Applying For Job Positions

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Job seekers are able to publish their résumés to the web, allowing them to be indexed by Google’s Own Search Engine, making it possible for recruiters and employers to find them online.

Howell, Michigan (PRWEB) September 20, 2011

While unemployment rates remain high at 9.1% with no end in site, eJobMate is helping American job seekers get creative with their job search and opportunities that are presented to them.

Google Docs offers ways to edit, upload, publish, and share documents from any computer with an online connection making it an excellent no-cost resource for the job seeker community to utilize.

Painless Updates

Google Docs makes it possible for job seekers to upload their current résumé in a variety of formats and convert it to the Google Doc format, which allows for simple résumé editing options. Since a number of files can be housed with in a Google Docs account, job seekers can easily upload multiple résumés targeted to different job positions and make as few or as many updates as they desire.

Instant Web Publishing

In addition to housing their résumés on Google Docs, job seekers are able to publish their résumés to the web, allowing them to be indexed by Google’s Own Search Engine, making it possible for recruiters and employers to find them online.

Résumé & Cover Letter Templates

No résumé? No problem. Google Docs comes with built in résumé and cover letter templates to assist job seekers with building professional and well-organized documents.

Easy Export Options

Google Docs also allows job seekers to export résumés to a number of different formats including .pdf, .doc, .docx and more. Since employers and recruiters often request job applications via email, this is a handy feature to be able to provide the employer or recruiter with the format he/she requests.

Safe and Secure

Because Google Docs is housed primarily online, job seekers no longer have to worry about losing résumés through computer failure or accidental deletion of files. Résumés can now stay safe and secure and rely on Google’s technology to house them.

About eJobMate.com

Headquartered in Howell, Michigan, eJobMate.com is a leading-edge executive recruitment technology firm. The company’s proprietary and leading-edge software allows candidates seeking quality employment to connect with potential employers and for employers who require job positions filled to find qualified candidates.

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