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Outside of apartment hunting and maybe a trip to the DMV, job hunting is probably the most painful things one can do. At the heart of that trying experience is creating an interesting and informative resume. But it’s 2012, how can you make a great resume that is a little less Wing Dings and a little more Web 3.0?
How about with a Facebook CV? Italian social media expert Claudion Nader has a tutorial on how to quickly turn your Facebook profile into a social media-powered resume.
Or consider using Flavors.me a website that easily and stylishly connects all of your social and digital presences (blogs, Twitter, work and personal websites, etc.) onto a single location.
If you’re savvy enough, try augmenting your paper resume with digital additions, like a QR code that delivers additional video content.
Finally, if you’re willing to shell out some dough, Loft Resumes is a new web service that creates custom, visually-impressive resumes with just a few clicks.
Whatever you do, it’s becoming clear that the standout resume is going to be the one that incorporates our digital selves. Have you updated your resume recently? Tell us what you are using @WIREDInsider.