Established in 1999, Resume Rabbit has been in the industry for quite some time and it shows with an impressive track record. During that time, in excess of one million resumes have been posted on Resume Rabbit and the company claims more than 200,000 satisfied customers. This is a simple and effective aid to any job search. Instead of trawling through numerous job sites, Resume Rabbit does the work for you by posting your resume automatically to up to 85 job posting sites. This is a huge time saver. Impressively, resumes are posted strategically and efficiently.
Resume Rabbit is an absolute dream for job seekers as it can not only save huge amounts of time but also help you be more strategic in your job search. The sign up process might take a little longer than the five minutes advertised, but it is nonetheless a very straightforward three-step process. You will of course need to fill in the necessary details to best match your search.
As for the resume posting itself, this isn't just a blanket mail-out. The various job search sites are divided by industry and other factors. You will most likely find that some of these sites are niche job search sites which you would otherwise have been unaware of.
What Resume Rabbit has done so well is to control what could have been a haphazard process to make it convenient for the user. It takes up to 72 hours to post a resume at all relevant sites and each user then receives a detailed resume posting report which tells you whether your resume was posted successfully and provides a username and password for each job search site in case you wish to make changes. The result is that you have control. The Resume Rabbit service is available in its entirety for a one-time fee of $59.95.
The truth is that Resume Rabbit is basically a tool for job seekers and not for recruiters. However, it may well be of use to recruiters to see how the site works and why quality candidates might be using Resume Rabbit. The site also posts to select Job Agents (automated search engines on some job search sites). Recruiters might find it useful to see which ones Resume Rabbit regards as worthwhile.
There are two noteworthy features included on Resume Rabbit which significantly enhance the user experience. The site will automatically set up a job search e-mail account for each user, which means that your e-mail account won't be bombarded with spam. You can of course log into this account or have it forwarded to an alternative address. The security used by Resume Rabbit minimizes the amount of spam in any case. The site also makes confidentiality a priority, so users need not worry that their current employer will find out that they are looking for a new job.
Resume Rabbit boasts a very comprehensive FAQs section which should answer any queries you have at a glance. However, there is also an online contact form which you can use in addition to a dedicated phone number to helpful customer service staff.
The truth is if you are looking for a job, it is basically a numbers game. And what Resume Rabbit does so well is to make sure that you don't miss an opportunity. It has an excellent reach to up to 85 job search sites and this is well worth the one-off fee. Resume Rabbit is simple to use and gives you more control than you might initially think.