How Has Video Resume and Interview Influenced People’s Life?

A video resume is a way for job seekers to showcase their abilities beyond the capabilities of a traditional paper resume. The video resume allows prospective employers to see, hear and get a feel for how the applicant presents themselves.

Video Resumes are here to stay! As the time is changing better technology and widespread internet access have changed recruiting practices. No longer are the days when jobseekers used to prepare their
resumes in an outmoded style of displaying their capabilities,
personnel and experience on the paper. World has dramatically changed
now and new trend of video resumes has been popped in, its popularity
is increasing day by day in the world.

Video Resumes are becoming very popular and has greatly influenced people’s lives because people are thinking about using this method of securing a job as it is an effective tool for job seekers to get in
front of hiring decision makers. A video resume may be able to put you
above and beyond the other applicants. The video introduction allows
candidates to put a more personal touch than can be done with just a
traditional paper resume. All you have to do is research, get
registered and join career job websites where you can post resumes
online, one such reputable website is where you can post
your resume and enter your data base.

New technology has allowed for easier video conferencing. It is more common and affordable these days for computers to have webcams and microphones. It is a great tool that is used by those in search of new
careers and the interviewers they’re scheduled to meet with.

In a video resume, it is the candidate who does the talking, the interviewer is left out and if an interviewer can’t interview the applicant, then what’s the purpose? Thus more and more employers are
using web based job video interviews to screen candidates for
employment. It is the art of conversation between two people –
interviewer and candidate – but it’s more than that. It is more about
the communication where information is gathered, understandings are
made and each can gauge the other’s reactions, intents, etc.


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