What’s Your Most Embarrassing Interview Moment?
Rachel Zupek, The Work Buzz
November 19, 2009
We’ve all had embarrassing moments. (I’m going to keep it professional and not share mine with you here, but I assure you, it’s one for the books.)
Anyway, as I was saying, we’ve all had embarrassing moments. For some people, it unfortunately happened in the worst place possible: the interview.
Win an iPod for your funny interview story
Miriam Salpeter, The Examiner
November 18, 2009
The site, www.interviewfollies.com encourages users to post their embarrassing or funny job interview moment that they may have experienced, seen or heard about and promote their story via their favorite social networks to get votes. The story with the most favorable votes at the end of two weeks (November 30 at 5p.m. ET), will win an 8GB iPod Nano with built-in video camera.
Brighter Resumes with BriteTab
November 12, 2009
This week, I received a request to review an online resume service. I was a little hesitant since I imagined the typical fill-in-the-blank format that online resume services may offer. I knew I was wrong as soon as I clicked on BriteTab and explored its offerings.
Sexy resume makeover; FREE, just for reading this article
Curt MacRae, The Examiner
October 26, 2009
There is a new resume service available, called BriteTab (www.britetab.com), and they are looking for ways to expand their exposure. They viewed the Examiner site, and all of you that read articles here, as one way of broadening that exposure.
Stand out in the job market with online résumé
Makenzie Marineau, The Daily Barometer
October 5, 2009
The Internet is constantly changing the way people search for jobs and even affecting how résumés are created. For those looking for a creative alternative to paper résumés, online and video résumés can give new graduates and other job seekers a way to stand out in a crowd.
According to their official website, BriteTab, a new online résumé service, is "empowering job-seekers to show off their personality and experience and stand out from the crowd by combining the best elements of video and traditional résumés."
A Brite Idea
Paula Santonocito, TalentManagementTech.com
October 4, 2009
It's easy to forget what an amazing job-seeker tool the personal computer is.
The fact that it allows for easy resume creation, not to mention customization, is really quite incredible. Just ask anyone who remembers painstakingly creating a resume on a typewriter and then taking the original to a printing company to have copies made.
Be that as it may, after moving from paper to screen, and from static to customizable, the resume hasn't moved forward all that much. Until now, that is.
BriteTab Free Online Resume Service on the Rise
Jennifer Washburn, Western Courier
September 30, 2009
Getting a job or internship is tough, but with many companies reluctant to hire, students need to have a resume that stands out among others. That's where BriteTab comes in.
BriteTab is a free resume service that allows students to use multimedia tools to make their resumes stand out.
"Students don't have the experience, and this allows them to stand out," said David Rogers, director of product development.
Launched in 2009, BriteTab is more socially driven than other Web sites that allow people to create resumes. BriteTab allows users to create resumes using various backgrounds and formats so they stand out among traditional resumes.
Resumes Go Digital
Whitney Farrow, The Tiger News
November 20, 2009
In light of the recession and in a ruthless job market many are wondering what they can do to make their resumes stand out. Different, creative alternatives to the traditional paper resume are becoming available to newly graduated students and others searching for careers.
Online Service Adds Multimedia to Resumes
Krisitan Smith, The Daily Beacon
Friday, September 25, 2009
UT students have many ways to help them find jobs when they graduate, including job fairs, internship programs and Hire-a-Vol, but online resume services may help students stand out even more in the fast-paced job market.
BriteTab is an online resume service that allows job seekers to add images, video and links to their resumes. David Rogers, BriteTab director of product development, said the service was designed to help users stand out from the rest of the competition.
“Traditional resumes and ways of sending them are going by the wayside,” Rogers said. “We want to be the leader in online resumes that highlight people’s personalities.”
Résumés with Personality
Lauren Nostro, The Spectrum
Friday, September 25, 2009
For those who fear that their résumé will be placed in a sky-high pile with others that were overlooked, a new online résumé builder may help ease their job placement anxiety. BriteTab.com promises that with their program, jobseekers will “stand out from the crowd.”
The new online résumé service helps jobseekers of any age create a new kind of résumé – one that mixes the traditional résumé with the video résumé. The Web site uses the online service Impression Lab to help create the résumé.
My Interview with BriteTab
Aaron Boyce, The Examiner
September 17, 2009
One day, while on the Executive Train, I was approached by a very remarkable person who told me that they had a new idea to help you, my audience. Skeptical at first, I was given the link to their website and was impressed - impressed enough to want more information. When I received this information, I was again, impressed - impressed enough to write this article.