We're doing this from a recruiter's perspective and bring a combined 25 years of experience in the industry
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Laguna Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 3, 2009 -
ResuWe.com launching on Labor Day, utilizes groundbreaking technology, which recognizes the key components of a resume and allows the user to quickly and simply rebuild a resume with minimal to no data entry - a first for the industry.
"We're doing this from a recruiter's perspective and bring a combined 25 years of experience in the industry," says ResuWe co-founder Jeff Schwartzman. "We're fighting unemployment by showing people how to position themselves properly in a job search. We know how employers and other recruiters think."
In addition to the easy-to-use, interactive resume optimization technology, ResuWe offers insider tips and articles on everything from handling counter offers to using a Google Voice phone number on resumes on their Fight Unemployment blog at Fight Unemployment. As ResuWe evolves, the user will be able to search jobs, get tips on preparing a cover letter, or even download a podcast to listen to on the way to a job interview.
As experienced recruiters who are partners in Laguna Source, the national search firm specializing in full time permanent placement, Schwartzman and co-founder Dan Boersma review resumes on a daily basis and know what works and what doesn't. ResuWe allows job seekers the ability to easily reformat their resume based on the standards preferred by companies and recruiters alike.
"Many resumes that look great in Word do not display well in HTML," explains Boersma. "ResuWe allows you to download your resume as a Word document that displays well in Applicant Tracking Systems that companies use to filter resumes."
In addition, ResuWe will help the user self-brand by integrating with social media including Twitter and blogs by displaying an RSS feed on users' profile. ResuWe users can also control their privacy settings from displaying a full resume to a minimal profile, a much needed feature for passive job seekers.
Job seekers can forget about services that charge a monthly premium or make them enter information from scratch. ResuWe is free and minimizes time-consuming data entry.
For additional information on ResuWe.com contact Jeff Schwartzman or Dan Boersma or visit ResuWe.com.