Before you post your resume online

A Newsday reader who posted a resume online is worried about being fired now that a boss has discovered it. Columnist Carrie Mason-Draffen advises "Jitters" to assure his boss that career coaches are advising everyone to update their online persona. "It's not personal," says Kate Wendleton, president of the Manhattan-based Five O'Clock Club. "Everyone says you should keep your resume up to date online and on social networking sites such as Linked-In -- especially in a market like this."

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