Vizualiz.me “The New Way to Show Your Resume”

Taylor Adams, 2nd-year Ambassador at the CCO guest blogs about a website she uses, Vizualiz.me, to show off her resume’.

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It’s finals week here at Purdue. And as students are studiously soaking up knowledge to ace their exams in the back of their minds they are all wondering how or when they are going to find their dream job or internship. It all goes back to having a stellar resume, which the Center for Career Opportunities can help you create, but nowadays it’s important that you make the effort to really go that extra mile and make your self stand a cut above the rest. That is why I am going to introduce to you a modern way of displaying your resume to your future employer.

This site is called – Vizualize.me.

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Vizualize.me is a great resource to promote yourself and find your dream job. With Vizualize.me you can create a CV that is not just relevant and attractive but also a lot of…

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