When you send a recruiter your resume, you never know if they’ll actually be looking at it now, or a year from now. That means there’s a good chance that when they do look at it, they won’t be seeing your most up-do-date experience. A great and easy solution is to save your resume on the cloud, for example Dropbox or Google Drive, and only send them the link. Then you can update it as you please, and they’ll always be accessing your most current version. In this video, we go over the basics for doing just that in Google Drive.
Backing up your files on a cloud storage service offers a variety of benefits, from extra security to accessing them outside the office. There are many options out there when deciding which ones to use, and each have their advantages. Some are more cost effective, others more convenient, and others more user-friendly. Are you using any of these services today? If so, which ones? If not, why not? You can share your recommendations and reviews in the comments below.
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