MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - A Web site that helps Wisconsinites find jobs is being reworked, so it’s easier to post resumes.
The state Workforce Development agency said the Job Center Web site attracted 6,500 more job listings than a year ago. But to apply for them, candidates had to key-in their resume information to a standard form.
Now, they can post their resumes directly onto the Web site. Or they can write links to external Web pages where their resumes are located.
Officials say the job site has other new improvements as well. People can search for job openings with keywords. They can create profiles that potential employers can find. And they can tie social media into their data.
The site has been online since 2008, and officials say they’ve made a lot of improvements since then. Its address is JobCenterOfWisconsin.Com.