You upload your resume. And then you wait. And wait…
The hiring process has traditionally been a one-sided affair, with employers having the upper hand — and job seekers often left wondering if anyone has shown interest in them as a candidate (or has even viewed their resume).
But no more.
As a job seeker, you no longer need to play the guessing game when it comes to employers’ interest in you as a candidate. CareerBuilder has just launched some exciting new features that tell job seekers which companies are viewing their resumes — and more importantly, why.
How it works
After you post a resume on CareerBuilder.com, simply visit the home page to see:
- Your views: Up-to-the-minute information on the number of times your resume has been viewed.
- Your search mojo: The frequency in which the resume has come up in company searches.
- Why employers are viewing your resume: See the search terms an employer used to find you for insight into how and why you’re showing up in their results.