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As I discussed in Part 1 of this series, 5 Tips for Job Seekers Using Pinterest, Pinterest has uses beyond sharing recipes and makeup tutorials (two of my favorite pinning topics!). Along with the tips I gave in the previous post, I’d also suggest creating a Pinterest resume.
A Pinterest resume is exactly what it sounds like – your resume posted in a pinnable version.
Obviously, a Pinterest resume (or resume, for simplicity’s sake) isn’t right for everyone, but it can help you showcase your accomplishments in a more engaging way. An NBC Today article calls them “living resumes,” illustrating your personality and accomplishments in a more engaging, visually-appealing manner than using a standard paper resume.
Here is my Pinterest resume:
You can tailor a resume board to a specific company or position, such as this fantastic example from Jeanne Hwang (this inspired me to start my own Pinterest resume!), targeted towards Pinterest (how meta is that??).
If you want to broaden your scope a bit, as I did, you can create a more generalized resume by following these steps.
Time to hand the mic over to you – what do you think about using Pinterest in your job search? What do you think about Pinterest resumes? I’d love to hear your thoughts, and please share your Pinterest resumes below!
- Guest Post (Job Search 3.0): 5 Tips For Job Seekers Using Pinterest (kavitachintapalli.wordpress.com)
- Use Pinterest to Boost Your Career (news.dice.com)
- 5 Reasons Pinterest is a Better Search Engine than Google (techerator.com)