Below are specific Web sites for assistance with resumes and cover letters, and interviews. You will also find resources for these on the major job boards and job search engines.
Emurse.com - Emurse provides job seekers the opportunity to create and maintain a professional resume and profile online. Includes a Resume Builder tool, so you can update your resume and have it available for download in any needed format; resume Web site for those wanting to host their resumes and profiles on a customizable Web address; contact manager tool so you can keep track of your past and present colleagues; and personalized job postings, job search, and a job hunt organizer tool. From free basic account to paid premium services.
Monster.com - Creating and storing your resume on Monster lets you apply for jobs quickly and easily. Employers search resumes on Monster every day to find the perfect match for their job opportunities.
Resume Edge - A chosen resume partner of Yahoo! HotJobs, CareerJournal, and Dice.com, ResumeEdge is the leading provider of resume writing services online. Their Web site and resume writing blog provide industry-leading resources for job seekers.
The Riley Guide: Resumes and Cover Letters - The Riley Guide outlines the various types of electronic resumes (as well as some myths about them.) Includes step-by-step instructions for preparing your resume in both mail version, scannable version, and an Internet version.
Interview Studio - At the InterviewStudio you can create what they call a “Showcase” and present employer/recruiters with a complete picture of yourself including your resume, a video interview, assessment tests, endorsements and profile. Fee based.
Job-Interview.net - Includes lists of interview questions organized by type and profession, mock interviews, and resume and cover letter resources. Free and fee based.
Monster.com Interview Tips - Find articles, tips, lists of interview questions and more in this section of the Monster.com Web site.