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Many of the job listing sites will post your resume for you, for free. Some examples are:

ResumeDeliver offers to distribute your resume for you, for free, to thousands of recruiters.

Curriculum Vitae vs. Resume

A curriculum vitae (CV) is an account of your academic or professional life.. Although general guidelines exist, there is no one way to approach a CV,. You might need more than one for different kinds of positions.  Consult faculty in your specialty area or just look at the CVs of successful academics in your field.

A resume is a brief presentation of your education and employment experience for non-academic jobs.  There is lots of advice about resumes out in the world, some of it wrong or incomplete.  Consult a Rutgers career advisor for assistance.  One unbroken rule:  Make sure that your grammar, spelling, and formatting are flawless.  Get a second and third pair of eyes on your resume before submitting it.

Get Help

If you need help with job hunting strategies, resume writing, career counseling, and interviewing techniques, visit the appropriate campus office:

At the Rutgers Business School:

Also, consider the advice provided with Five Questions to Get You Through Any Interview.

Finally, consider the research studies from the Career Advisory Board at DeVry University.

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