Humans have brains, computers and laptops don’t. Do you agree? Or should I ask, “Are you convinced?”
As the Internet is becoming a regular part of today’s learning environment, you tend to get almost all kinds of information about anything and everything online. With it, feeding your hungry mind seems an easy thing to do, right? But maybe you’re unaware of the danger that it brings. You should know it right now before it gets too late.
It’s all about responsibility—online responsibility!
Well, before you make any reaction, this article will tackle it in a way you expect it to.
Resume Professional Writers (RPW) chooses to discuss this topic in relation to resume writing and its industry.
When you’re writing a resume and looking for online sources that may help you, do you only trust the pages that rank high in search engine results? Do you use or key in a relevant keyword to retrieve/generate appropriate results? And how do you know if the one you choose really helps you?
Sure there are millions of web sites all over the Internet that you can use as references. But then again, having too much also implies having a limited time to visit all of them. With this, it pays to be mindful of the things and specifics of your core activity online. You have to carefully choose which one(s) to view/visit and look for and trust only the helpful and informative ones.
Don’t just rely on reviews. These may be untruthful and may mislead you. For instance, you’ve searched for a particular web site and the results page displayed articles about complaints and rip-off reports. Will you consider reading these articles first before making a deal? Do you personally know the writer? How credible is he/she? Is the writer a real human being or just a computer-manipulated robot? Had he/she truly experienced the things he/she claims? Is that a paid write-up purposefully written to discredit the integrity and credibility of one’s industry rival or ruin an established name? Will you consider thinking about the motive behind this negative write-up? There are a lot more questions to contemplate about before making a decision on matters pertaining to online activities.
Take note that anyone can be anybody in the Internet. Even you,yourself, can create fake accounts to write defamatory statements against someone.
Think before you click.
RPW suggests that you ask someone who has personal experience of working/dealing with a particular company. This is but a wiser move that should influence your own decision. It is ironic (and sad) that there are web sites that are prejudged by ordinary netizens as having a bad reputation just because of an offensive write-up but are really helpful sites. In the end, it is the truth that will prevail.
While it is everyone’s right to be informed, it’s also everyone’s duty to maintain online responsibility!
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Just a piece of advice: Presenting an exceptional resume means a lot to a hiring a manager. This is frequently interpreted as you being a responsible employee — an asset to a company. Thus, you must care about it. You’ll see how it will work for you. You’ll soon appreciate why it really matters.
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