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Why you should not post a public resume on line-

by George Cook

From CareerBuilder.com's Privacy policy: "CareerBuilder.com cannot ensure that all of your private communications and other personal information will never be disclosed in ways not otherwise described in this Privacy Policy. Therefore, although we are committed to protecting your privacy, we do not promise, and you should not expect, that your personal information or private communications will always remain private. As a user of the Site, you understand and agree that you assume all responsibility and risk for your use of the Site, the internet generally, and the documents you post or access and for your conduct on and off the Site."

Identity Theft-
If you post your resume in a job bank do you really have any idea of who is looking at your resume? In most cases no. Anyone can purchase access to these databases and have access to any private information you have posted.

Is your resume a perfect fit for the position an employer is looking to fill?
Probably not. Your resume should be tailored to the requirements of a particular position, emphasizing qualities that fit the requirements of that position and deemphasizing or even eliminating unrelated positions. You are much better off tweaking your resume to fit a particular position and then submitting it.

Is your current employer looking through resumes on line?
Many times owners, managers and HR departments will be looking for new hires and searching through resumes. Do you think they will be happy seeing you have your resume out there? I don