PRLog - Feb. 29, 2012 - GRAND BLANC, Mich. -- ResuWebsite.com, located in Flint, Mich, is targeting its products and services to graduates and job seekers “to display their resumes creatively in an economy turning away from traditional, saturated paper resumes,” says Tony Kennedy Vice President. “In today’s economy jobs are harder to get and the goal of ResuWebsite.com is to give users an advantage over competition.”
“Using its many features,” he said, “ResuWebsite offers a product to help those trying to get hired by providing an innovative web presence featuring a user’s resume, social outlets, portfolio, and custom design all under the users custom domain. Whether a new college graduate, unemployed, a first-time job seeker, or self-marketer, ResuWebsite provides the tool.”
ResuWebsite.com is the product of brothers Sean Kennedy a web designer from Davison, Michigan, and Anthony Kennedy an advertising and promotion major at Western Michigan University, who said they wanted to help graduated and struggling job seeking friends get hired. Hailing from Flint, Mich, with its high unemployment, because of the auto industry’s trevails, the brothers understood the difficulty of job seekers today in a tough economy. “The result was an innovative idea of online self-marketing utilizing online resumes in a professional unique product,” said Sean Kennedy.
The Wall Street Journal and Yahoo! published (“No More Resumes, Say Some Firms” http://finance.yahoo.com/
“This trend is projected to continue and be a common practice amongst businesses,”
ResuWebsite.com does not guarantee its users will get hired, stressed the brothers, but in today’s economy and job market, we can provide an advantage. The product offers the ability for users to carry their resume everywhere on custom business cards or by promoting themselves on the Internet. No linking in, friend requests, or gimmicks.
Anthony Kennedy, Kennedy Holdings LLC
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ResuWebsite.com, located in Flint, Mich, is targeting its products and services to graduates and job seekers to display their resumes creatively in an economy turning away from traditional, saturated paper resumes.