A few weeks ago, the NFL launched an initiative to streamline its online résumé process, making it easier to track career highlights and create new ones.
Now, with a new, easier-to-use platform that lets you fill out a resume, you can create a resume with your name and even your birth date.
If you’ve got a few friends who already have, theres a good chance they’ve been using the new app.
“We know there are some people who might have never used this before, so we’re working on that,” NFL VP of digital marketing Ryan Dickson said in a phone interview.
The app is available for Android, iOS, and Blackberry smartphones and tablets.
You can also use it with any web browser to quickly and easily upload your resume to LinkedIn, CareerBuilder, or similar sites.
This is an interactive tool, so it’s easy to see the results.
You just need to add a little bit of text to your resume, like, “I am a football player.
I started my career in 1997 with the San Francisco 49ers.”
“It’s really important to remember that a resume doesn’t have to be just a resume,” Dickson added.
“There are some important things to consider, like whether you want to show up on TV, or talk about it.”
You’ll need to be registered with the NFL to create your resume.
But you can do that from any site you can log in to.
This includes your social media accounts, your favorite websites, and your website.
To make your resume more accessible, you’ll also want to change the text color to gray, or change the font size to 1 point.
(Getty Images) The process is simple.
You start by entering your name.
The first letter is optional.
Then, the last three characters are mandatory.
You also need to enter your occupation and job title.
You should list the three words you want the resume to include, along with the date you worked on it.
Finally, you have to fill out all the necessary fields, like name, occupation, title, and date.
For example, if your name is Greg Miller, you’d fill out the fields of Greg Miller and Greg Miller’s occupation.
The goal is to get a resume to show the skills you’re best at, like leadership, communication, and networking.
If your resume doesn, say, include your favorite NFL team or sports team, you need to make a few more changes.
The resume also has to be formatted to be readable by people who don’t already know your name, like college students, family members, and even strangers.
“Theres really no way to tell how many people you know, and they have no idea you’re on the NFL,” Dixon said.
“So, we’re trying to make it really easy for them to see who you are.”
And theres one more thing you can adjust.
For each resume you upload, you also have to include a short bio.
Theres a lot of stuff to do with your resume right now, so youll want to make them look professional, concise, and professional.
“Thats really important,” Denton said.
Dickson says theres no time to waste, so just head to LinkedIn and upload a resume.
Youll need to put your name in the bio, as well as the last name, if applicable.
But if youre looking to get your resume featured on a certain site, you could do that as well.
“It is easy to do,” Dickson said.
And, as for the rest of your resume…youll want a font that fits the format.
If there is a link in the resume that says “use this font,” it should be gray.
The same goes for your name (unless youre using your own name, which will be in the bios).
Youll also need some punctuation.
For the last line of the bio…
“I am from San Francisco, California.”
If youre going to be featured on LinkedIn, you should include that.
You don’t want to be on LinkedIn for no reason.
Once you have your resume uploaded, youll need some basic information like your resume ID and a resume description.
The main thing to remember, Dickson noted, is that your resume shouldnt be a waste of time.
“Just make sure youre posting a good resume, and that it is relevant and is well formatted,” D Hickson said, adding that theres nothing wrong with writing a few sentences on your resume about your favorite sports teams.
And for the first time, itll be possible to upload resumes to multiple sites.
But theres still one more step before you can post your resume online, so if youve got friends whore already using LinkedIn, D Hicksons is asking you to go get a job.
The NFL is offering up to $25,000 in incentives