If you're submitting your resume online it's important to do it correctly for safety. Learn all about online resume submission here.
When searching for a job online, there is the potential of encountering fraudulent advertisers and websites. To protect your identity and privacy, it is a good idea to create a cyber-safe resume for responding to online job postings.
Watch the video below to learn how to protect your resume from identity theft.
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Remove any specific or detailed information that can identify your place of employment.
Limit your contact information by removing your middle name, home address, phone number, and any email address that can be easily associated with an online profile.
Instead, include an unlisted cell phone number and a generic email address.
Remove any dates or specific license/certificate numbers from your education section.
Remove your employer's name and replace it with a generic but accurate description. For example, Grand Rapids Hospital could become simply Major Hospital.
You might also consider changing unique job titles if they are unusual and could be easily used to identify you.