// Internet Duct Tape

Emurse.com online resume builder

Posted in Hiring, Job Interviews and Resume Resources, Technology by engtech on August 01, 2006

It looks like there’s a pretty slick web app on the market at emurse.com.

The blog looks like it’s under active development and the feature list looks complete:

  • Create resumes using expert advice and an easy to use builder
  • Style your resumes and download in DOC, PDF, RTF, ODT, HTML or Text
  • Manage multiple resumes.
  • Make changes simply and easily.
  • Send your resume out via email, fax or ground.
  • Track where you’ve sent each resume, online or off.
  • Stay on top with reminders, updates and thank you notes.
  • Create a resume webpage, http://yourname.emurse.com
  • Create resume sharing groups with friends and co-workers

There’s no indication of a usage fee, so enjoy it while the enjoying is good. This is a market space where even a piss poor application seems to turn a buck.

>> emurse.com

>> screencast walkthrough of using the site

2 Responses

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. Alex Rudloff said, on August 01, 2006 at 6:19 am

    Thanks for the shout out :)

    We have a ton of new things coming online in the next week or two — stay tuned, it’s going to be fun!


    Alex Rudloff

  2. resume said, on December 28, 2006 at 2:35 am

    One very big setback is that emurse.com doesn’t have spell checker. Make sure you don’t have any typing/spelling misstakes on your resume or otherwise your resume will finish in garbage bin of HR manager.

    Check out http://www.getresume.com for certified resume templates and Europass CV, official format which is used in EU. You can write your resume or CV in English, French and Spanish.


Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: