You can’t have your cake and eat it too with the career boutique, a career-focused online hub dedicated to creating a personalised career portfolio.
The boutique has a portfolio editor, career guides, a video editor, a calendar editor, and a blog where users can post content about their career, as well as share personalised links and advice.
To create a portfolio, users upload a resume and cover letter.
Once approved, the portfolio editor will provide a link to the portfolio that you can use to search for other people with similar career interests, and suggest topics for them to explore, such as networking, business, finance, art, travel, or music.
Users can then create a personal profile on the website to connect with other professionals, and post to their profiles a selection of their portfolio.
There are two levels of portfolios: Career and non-career, and users can create as many as one portfolio at a time.
The latter can be used to create portfolios that reflect the career of their chosen profession, while the former can be reused for any other job they wish.
The career boutique also includes a job board, which allows users to connect directly with others within their chosen field.
Career posts are organised into categories, such for example, a business and art posts, and include a summary of the post, a photo of the person who made the post or a brief bio about them.
The site also features a Career Checklist, which asks users to complete three questions about their careers to see if they have the skills and skillset required to be a successful career-holder.
The job boards are accessible by using a simple URL, or the Career Connector, which will automatically connect users with a job they’re interested in.
The Career Connectors also include a profile, which can be shared and linked to, and the website has a Career Guide that provides information about career and career-related courses, careers, and careers-related publications.
The website is powered by an Android app, and is designed to be as easy as possible for people with a smartphone, with minimal coding required.
The app is open-source, meaning anyone can build a career site on the platform.
However, it is not yet possible to use the app to create and host your own career site, and it has not been made available on iOS or Android.
The app can also be downloaded for free.
It was created by the former career site owner, and features an interface that allows users choose between multiple options, including a Career Builder, which makes it possible to create new career posts from scratch.
Users can create an avatar to represent themselves in the Career Builder.
A photo can also provide a profile picture for the user.
The application is not open-sourced, and there are no plans to change that.
There is a new Career Connect website coming soon.
The developer said it would offer more tools to help users create their own career sites.
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