By Gretchen S. Herault, CIPP Using the Internet to network and apply for jobs can be a powerful way to advance your career and improve your life. But with the Internet, you should be mindful of what it means to get your name out. At Monster, we maintain a resume database that allows employers worldwide to search for talented candidates to fill their open positions. Therefore, we keep the personal information you provide us until you tell us not to keep it any longer, or we will delete it on a periodic basis if you have not logged into your account for three years or more. However, we may still keep a copy of your resume for archival purposes.
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Have you posted your resume online somewhere but forgotten about it? If so, you might want to find any copies and either update or remove them. There may also be various privacy and security concerns when your personal information is floating around online. If you don't remember any of the places you have posted, removing your resume isn't quite as easy as you might think.
This article was co-authored by Kent Lee. Kent specializes in creating customized resumes, LinkedIn profiles, cover letters, and thank you letters. Kent has over 15 years of career coaching and consulting experience. Previously, he has worked as a Career Consultant for Yahoo and has worked with thousands of clients including Fortune executives from around the world.