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« on: Jun 27, 2005, 11:02 »

1: From the NukeWorker home page, click on the “Post resume” link.
2: Login in, using your email address and password.
     (Note: The job board has a unique registration, and does not share login information with the message board).
3: Scroll down to part that says “Upload Resume”.
4: Click on the [Browse] button.
5: Locate your resume file on your computer.  It can be a MS Word (.doc), Acrobat (.pdf), Rich Text (.rtf), or plain text (.txt) file that is smaller than 1 MB in file size.
6: Click on the [Open] button in your computers dialog box. (See picture attached below)
     (Note: Make sure all required fields (with a ) are filled in.
7: Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on the [Save] button.

Done.

•   There are now “view file” and “delete file” links/options next to the [browse] button.
•   Click on the “view file” link, and verify that it is the new file.
        (Note: Sometimes pressing [ctrl]+[f5] helps your computer refresh better.)
•   If it is not the new file, click on “delete file” link, and re-upload a new file.

     Note:  When you upload a resume, it is only a file attached to your profile. You will still need to fill in the searchable fields yourself.  This only updates the attached file (MS Word, etc) and does not change the text that you paste in the text box's (i.e. "Your Resume", "Qualifications/Skills", "Work Experience", "Education/Certification/Membership"), you will need to do that manually.  Only the text box's are keyword searchable, the attached Word document is not searchable by employers.  So it is recommended that you do both.

Click on this thumbnail: to see what the upload portion looks like.

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« Reply #1 on: Sep 06, 2011, 10:08 »

NOW i have done everything as well on my laptop, i hit browse, it locatesmy resume but thats it, all boxes are checked, i hit verify it opens and all is good. No button to click that says done to start the up l;oad. can u help
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 06, 2011, 11:11 »


7: Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on the [Save] button.

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« Reply #3 on: Sep 07, 2011, 07:14 »

tried that a few times did not work i cut and pasted and it seem to work.
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« Reply #4 on: Sep 07, 2011, 07:42 »

The resume is attached as a file.  It is not imported into the boxes.  To have the text searchable, you have to paste the information into the boxes as you have done.
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« Reply #5 on: Feb 29, 2012, 02:17 »

I have also been trying to upload my resume without success.  I've tried filling in all required
fields and I went to the help site and did everything that it said to do.    I was able to cut and
paste it but I really need to upload the resume so that I can apply directly to job postings
I have no idea what I am doing wrong.    Any help appreciated.
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« Reply #6 on: Mar 01, 2012, 05:44 »

I have also been trying to upload my resume without success. 
I have no idea what I am doing wrong. 

what happens when you try to upload the resume? what specifically happens?  What specifically are you clicking on?  I can't help you if you only tell me "i cant get it to work".
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« Reply #7 on: Mar 05, 2012, 05:16 »

I am having trouble uploading my resume.  I follow the steps below exactly and after step 7 is where things go wrong.  Between steps 6 and 7 the file shows up in the "choose file box" but when I push save and I go back up and look the "choose file box" says no file selected again.  What can I do differently to make it stay uploaded?

1: From the NukeWorker home page, click on the “Post resume” link.
2: Login in, using your email address and password.
     (Note: The job board has a unique registration, and does not share login information with the message board).
3: Scroll down to part that says “Upload Resume”.
4: Click on the [Browse] button.
5: Locate your resume file on your computer.  It can be a MS Word (.doc), Acrobat (.pdf), Rich Text (.rtf), or plain text (.txt) file that is smaller than 1 MB in file size.
6: Click on the [Open] button in your computers dialog box. (See picture attached below)
     (Note: Make sure all required fields (with a ) are filled in.
7: Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on the [Save] button.

Done.
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« Reply #8 on: Mar 05, 2012, 08:34 »

I am having trouble uploading my resume.  I follow the steps below exactly and after step 7 is where things go wrong.  Between steps 6 and 7 the file shows up in the "choose file box" but when I push save and I go back up and look the "choose file box" says no file selected again.  What can I do differently to make it stay uploaded?

1: From the NukeWorker home page, click on the “Post resume” link.
2: Login in, using your email address and password.
     (Note: The job board has a unique registration, and does not share login information with the message board).
3: Scroll down to part that says “Upload Resume”.
4: Click on the [Browse] button.
5: Locate your resume file on your computer.  It can be a MS Word (.doc), Acrobat (.pdf), Rich Text (.rtf), or plain text (.txt) file that is smaller than 1 MB in file size.
6: Click on the [Open] button in your computers dialog box. (See picture attached below)
     (Note: Make sure all required fields (with a ) are filled in.
7: Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on the [Save] button.

So, after step 7, do you see the “view file” and “delete file” links/options next to the [browse] button?

Did you Click on the “view file” link?.
Did you press [ctrl]+[f5] to refresh the page?

Once you click on the click on save, there will not be anything in the 'choose file box', because you already saved it.  It's already uploaded.  To see it, click on the 'view file' link, just like the instructions tell you to.  I checked and your Word file is indeed uploaded as an attachment.  So I'm not sure what you expect to happen, but everything is happening as it is intended.  What do you expect to see/happen when you click 'save'?  Perhaps I can change the program to give you more feedback.
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« Reply #9 on: Aug 28, 2013, 11:00 »

I was having the same problem and didn't realize it was working until I read the previous comments. Something that might be helpful is having say save was successful or file was uploaded successful after you click save.
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« Reply #10 on: Oct 23, 2013, 12:00 »

Attached my resume per your direction, when I went to "view file"... well it's not very viewer friendly! In fact doesn't make any sense at all. can you help with this?!
 Thanx,
 Keith
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