Search
  • dralisashawn

Autism: Fast Track Your Resume




Does searching for jobs seem overwhelming? It can be if you’ve spent hours searching different websites and job boards to apply for jobs that match your skill set.


Adults on the Autistic Spectrum haven’t stopped their job search in the midst of COVID-19. Yet, many are facing the challenge of making sure they apply to as many jobs as possible. So, just how can you fast track this process and decrease your frustration?


Resume Robin is the most popular resume distribution portal in the United States.

The first big advantage of using a resume distribution service is saving time and frustration. With the click of a button and a relatively small fee, you get your resume in front of a huge amount of employers almost instantly. This would normally take days or even weeks on your own. So a resume distribution service lets you save time so you can focus on preparing for interviews, or resting and relaxing while their software handles the toughest part of your job hunt – applying for positions. Resume Robin is one of the biggest names in this space, so they share your resume with more than hundreds of job boards and employers.


Here are just a few of the larger job boards that Resume Robin will post your resume to:


Monster.com

CareerBuilder.com

SnagaJob.com

Indeed.com

SimplyHired.com

TheLadders.com

And over 100 more!


Along with saving time, you’re simply reaching more employers than you ever could if you applied one-by-one. So even if you have a lot of free time on your hands, it may be worth using this service to give yourself the best chance of landing a job. Remember – each day you spend unemployed or looking for a new job, is a day you’re NOT in your new job, earning money.