Inhale Resumes from Job Boards, Search Engines and Social Networks

In today’s tech-dominant world, resumes are found everywhere. Search engines, social networking sites, job boards, free resume portals, blogs, personal websites, alumni associations are some of the major sources of resumes. It is quite encouraging for recruiters and hiring managers, but the challenge lies in how quickly you can find the resumes and extract resume & contact information from them.

Typically, recruiters and hiring managers visit various resume sources and manually extract resume and contact information to the database. It is a strenuous task for busy recruiters and it eats up most of the productive hours. Surveys reveal that recruiters spend most of their time to source resumes and extract the resume information. Eventually, it leaves very little time to contact the prospective clients or candidates. This is where a resume inhaling tool can help recruiters inhale resumes from almost any source.
A resume inhaling tool with built-in resume parser intelligently identifies and extracts only the resumes from tens and thousands of search engine results. It eliminates the pain of manually sifting through hundreds of search results and it gets you only the resumes you need. The resume inhaling tool not only finds the resumes, but it also extracts the candidate contact information from the resumes and transfers them to your database.

A resume inhaling software helps you extract resumes from outlook emails, PC folders, job boards, clipboard, social networking sites, blogs, internet communities, etc. You can then transfer the extracted resumes to the most popular resume databases / ATS. The resume inhaling software helps recruiters to build a talent database of qualified candidates in no time.

ResumeGrabber Suite is one such resume inhaling software that helps you to inhale resumes from search engines, social networks and job boards. It is a powerful tool with built-in resume parser that enables recruiters to quickly extract resumes from almost any source.

ResumeGrabber Suite sources and extracts resumes from Google, Yahoo, Bing, AltaVista, AlltheWeb, Google Desktop. The resumes can be various formats such as .doc(x), RTF, Text, HTML and PDF files. You can easily transfer these resumes to ACT!, GoldMine, Big Biller, PCRecruiter, Zoho Recruit, MS Outlook, MS Excel, or any other ATS that allows you to import resumes in HR XML or CSV formats.

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Comment by Jerry Albright on May 5, 2011 at 8:49am
Comment by Valentino Martinez on May 7, 2011 at 5:42am



You seem to like the word "inhale" for maybe more than one reason. 


And you're certainly free to use any words you're comfortable with.  But "Inhaling" to me can also mean "snorting" because they essentially mean the same thing.  Now when you put resumes as the subject for inhaling or snorting--then I'm distracted.

You see, I tend to be very visual, particularly with words that have a visual image such as "inhale".  So for you to put "inhale" with "resume"--I immediately see a rolled-up resume that is lit-up in order for it to be inhaled. 

Now the "scanning" of resumes from Job Boards, websites, and other sources...makes more sense, but inhaling them...come on...unless of course those resumes are wrapped around truly inhalable substances...then it would make more sense but would have a different value.






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