JobTabs Job Search & Resume

May 7, 2013

JobTabs Releases Free Resume Builder – Free For Real

Filed under: Job Searching,Resume Writing,Sell Yourself — admin @ 1:01 am

 

Free stuff makes people happy.

Free makes people happy.

JobTabs Free Resume Builder is free.  In fact, the JobTabs Free Resume Builder was created with the purpose being free as the very first design requirement.  How so?

We are the authors of JobTabs Job Search & Resume Builder commonly known as JobTabs.  JobTabs is arguably the most powerful end-to-end job search tool in the world.  When people trial JobTabs and then uninstall it, we invite them to comment on what we could have done to make it better.  The most common request we received was for a resume builder.  We were baffled. We saw so many sites professing to have “free resume builders”.  Why should we create a resume builder when they can just use one of the many free resume builders out there?  It is easy to import resumes of any type into JobTabs, so what was the problem? 

Finally, we decided to see what short-coming all of these free resume builders had that turned so many people away.  To our shock and dismay, we discovered that none of the free resume builders were free!  They would invite you to fill in your contact information, work experience, education and everything else under the sun not to mention any other information they could get from you such as industry, location, professional level, etc.  They would compile the resume into a template and then show it to you.  Okay, . . . . but when we would try to save the resume to our hard drive, email it, or anything other than just look at it we were denied.  We couldn’t even copy the contents of the resume – we built – to the clipboard!  Unless, of course, we paid them some money.  These people profess to offer job seekers a free resume builder?  We were appalled.

What was equally surprising is the number of sites that shared the same business model.  They all offered free resumes, but wouldn’t allow you to do a single thing with it unless you paid them some money.  Egads.  This is bait-and-switch in its most obvious form.  If you are offered a free resume builder, why shouldn’t you at least get a resume after you’ve built it?! 

We were exasperated.  And to have a bait-and-switch plan not on the jet-set, high-living crowd, but the segment of the population that was looking for a job.  The nerve.

Welcome to a genuinely free resume builder.  For real.  

We need to mention that the JobTabs Free Resume Builder, is the property of JobTabs, LLC.  It is licensed for free use, but it is still owned by JobTabs, LLC.

 It is yours to use as you wish.  Share it, email it, burn it to disk, publish it on the web, whatever you want to do.  Build your resume, your friend’s resume, your roommate’s resume, yo’ mama’s resume.  Most importantly, share it with someone or some group that is looking for a job.  This is free software.  Build your resume, export it to pdf, docx, doc, rtf, html and several other formats and send it to a prospective employer.  It is time to celebrate your freedom and the freedom of so many job seekers who are unwittingly being shaken down by “free resume builders” across the web.  

Download our free resume builder here,

JobTabs Free Resume Builder

 

Help other job seekers here,

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John Coffey is the President of JobTabs, LLC.  Through JobTabs Job Search & Resume Builder, thousands of job seekers have taken control of their destiny in finding new and fulfilling careers. JobTabs Job Search & Resume Builder motivates job seekers by making the job search easier by a huge order of magnitude.  John Coffey can be reached via his website at JobTabs Job Search & Resume Builder, by email via jpcoffey at jobtabs.com, and by phone at 404-255-0248.


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11 Comments »

  1. Great website, keep it up!

    Comment by Nathan Biddle — July 9, 2013 @ 1:57 am

  2. I am very pleased with your site. Thank you for the fantastic read! I have you saved as a bookmark in my browser favorites as a reminder to come back.

    Comment by Madeleine — July 9, 2013 @ 7:44 pm

  3. I just used your free builder to create my very first ever resume. It took some figuring out but I can’t tell you how grateful I am for this program’s existence!!!!

    Comment by Lynne — November 6, 2013 @ 6:23 pm

  4. @Lynne Lynne, glad to read that you are so grateful for the program! This is the encouragement that gives us the motivation to work even harder to make it better. Please write us at support@jobtabs.com if you need any help figuring out how to use it. This will serve as a guideline on how we can make it easier to use. Thank you so much for your feedback! : -)

    Comment by admin — November 7, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

  5. Thank you so much for sharing your job search wisdom with the rest of us. My job search is getting easier.

    Comment by JobTabs Fan — December 7, 2013 @ 1:22 am

  6. Usually I do not read blogs, but this write-up encouraged me to try the software. The resume builder is an excellent program and really is free. (Your writing style is very good as well.) Thanks, for sharing this program with everybody.

    Comment by Software Test — February 24, 2014 @ 5:38 pm

  7. I used your resume builder. It is really a nice program. I just want some more sections in my resume but I am not able to do it. Could you please help me in this regard? Thank you

    Comment by pandey — May 25, 2014 @ 3:24 pm

  8. @Software Test Thank you so much for your support. With your encouragement, you have given us the fuel to work hard on making the next version of the resume builder even better! : -)

    Sincerely,

    John Coffey

    Comment by John Coffey — May 27, 2014 @ 6:10 pm

  9. Pandey, we are always happy to help. To add more sections, please use the sections offered in the Section Manager. If these sections don’t meet your needs, you can always rename them to something else and at least use the layout of the section. For example, Objective and Personal are both free form sections. You can change the name to anything you want and simple add the content you think would enhance your resume. Does this answer your question? : -)

    Comment by admin — May 27, 2014 @ 6:15 pm

  10. You have a well written blog designed for online job seekers, all of whom are benefiting from it I am sure. Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    Aline Turgeon

    Comment by Aline Turgeon — September 4, 2014 @ 8:49 pm

  11. We’re a group of volunteers and opening a new job support group in our community.

    Your website offers us valuable information to work with. You have done an impressive job and our entire community will be thankful to you. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Comment by Marianne Romano — September 5, 2014 @ 10:35 pm

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