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Resume Rabbit Review

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Resume Rabbit Review

Here's a number that pretty much says it all: 100,000. That's the number of satisfied customers The Rabbit has helped find a job since the company's inception back in 1999.

Resume Rabbit is the oldest and largest online resume posting service, having delivered over 5 million resume submissions to all the online job banks and job search engines. The parent company, eDirect Publishing Inc., is an "Accredited" business with the Better Business Bureau, and holds a BBB rating of A- on a scale of A+ to F.

Procedure:

Sign up and pay the one-time fee (currently $59.95). Complete one short, online form and the company does the rest... completing registration forms and posting your resume and job requirements on up to 85 different career sites. The exact number of sites will depend upon the categories you've selected.

Within an hour of sign-up, postings will have begun. Most jobs are fully completed within 72 hours. You can track the progress of the postings on a Real-Time Posting Report accessed via your secure, password-protected Resume Promotion Service Center.

Individual employers and recruiters will be now able to view your resume and related information on any given career site; they will contact you directly if interested.

Likes:

  • Saves an enormous amout of time. And that's the crux of it: the company saves the job seeker literally days of toiling over the computer; researching and identifying the multitude of relevant career sites, then filling out registration forms and downloading or mailing resumes one at a time.
  • No secrets: they'll show you a list of both the general and the specialty job sites that will be receiving your resume--before you ever pay a dime.
  • These are serious job banks. Among the 85 sites in their directory are the likes of Monster.com, HotJobs, Career Builder, Dice and more.
  • You decide whether to have your information submitted to a wide range of job sites, or take a more targeted, selective approach.
  • Keep your job search confidential. Meaning, your current boss doesn't have to find out you're looking for better job. Simply select "Post My Resume Confidentially" during the registration process.
  • A resume builder is included in the price. This is a user-friendly resume builder, should you need one. And there is no additional charge.
  • They've got a solid reputation.

Dislikes:

  • None.

Summary and Recommendation:

As they say, time really is money. If you're between jobs, the clock is ticking and time is of the essence in landing interviews that will lead to offers. If you're still employed, ask yourself where you're going to find the time to slog through the estimated 60+ hours to get your resume 'out there' in these kind of numbers. Yes each of us could slog those 60 hours ourselves and get the job done. But then, that puts our value at about $1.00 an hour.

If you've decided that exposure to 85 job sites will do your job search some good, and your time is worth more than a dollar an hour (see analysis above), then I'd recommend the Rabbit. It's a legitimate service offering real value.

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