That’s why NTIA’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) has invested roughly $200 million in public computer centers that provide Internet access for those who don’t have it at home, and roughly $250 million in broadband adoption programs that cover everything from how to navigate the Web and set up an email account to how to post a resume online and conduct an online job search.
Where you can post online
These days, there are online resume banks just about everywhere you look. There are also sites that are essentially databases of resumes -- making your search for the right site a little easier (check out ). Most resume databases invite job seekers to post resumes for free, so avoid sites that charge a fee--there's no reason to pay for something you can get for free elsewhere.
How to post a resume online
Most of the time, when you post a resume online, you fill out several fields, such as name, address, phone number, email address. Then you paste the bulk of your resume into a big scrolling text box. Most sites require you to paste only plain text, also called "ASCII" (or American Standard Code for Information Interchange). Some allow you to paste HTML, which can make for a spiffier-looking end product if you know what you're doing.
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