How Millennials Are Changing The Job Hunting Game
Love to Hate ‘Em
My cousin built a simple four-page website that includes a home page, about me page, resume and contact page. It used to be frowned upon to have a resume longer than two pages. Today, companies are welcome to any and all avenues that help them better understand who is applying for the position. Brands want to hire real people. Website resumes offer an advantage for those applying for jobs in the technology industry. Website resumes showcase your design aesthetic and a taste of your skillset.
Something that millennials are both hated and prided for is their infatuation with developing their digital brand image. The older generations may call this self-centered and shallow behavior, but millennials can teach us all a thing or two about personal branding. Website resumes are just one of many new tactics millennials are adopting in their quest to redefine the traditional work paradigm.
A question for our readers:
Do you think website resumes are the new resumes? Would a website resume give someone you were considering for a position an edge over other applicants?