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New Post 4/1/2008 9:40 PM
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User is offline gearyipswich
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Are companies viewing my resume? How do I track my resume visits? 

Hi everybody,

I am wondering if there is any tool or website out there which can track who is viewing my resume. It is very frustrating when you send your CV or Cover Letter and you receive no feedback from the company, you don't even know if they have checked it out.
Thanks for your help
 
New Post 4/2/2008 12:20 AM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Are companies viewing my resume? How do I track my resume visits? 

Hi Geary,

If you are like most job searches you've probably submitted your resume to potential recruiters via a variety of methods: monster.com, dice.com, employer's web site, recruiting agency, e-mail, snail mail, etc.  There is no tool or service, that I'm aware of, which will provide you with an aggregated view of who saw your resume.

Also - most recruiters/employers will not respond to every cover letter - they simply can't as they receive many more resumes than the available positions.  Don't let that discourage you, play the numbers game.  The more resumes you send you the greater your chance of landing interviews and, eventually, a job.

Just make sure you cover letter and resume are carefully crafted and targeted for each position you are applying for.

Good luck in your job search!

- Adrian


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