Resumes from Hell was released in November of 2004. You can follow the milestones in the book's progress below:
December 29, 2007: Resumes From Hell is now on MySpace.com! Check out the latest uploads on our profile - interviews, illustrations, and a special live book performance by Rachel Meyers.
November 28, 2007: Tales of a Disgruntled Graduate: A View from the Front Lines of the Post-College Job Hunt added to ResumesfromHell.com - Recent graduate Jennifer Gabrielle blogs her experiences trying to get a job with a liberal arts degree.
November 2, 2007: Jon and Rachel are interviewed by EmploymentGuide.com's Christopher McDonough. Check out McDonough's blog for their conversation on getting started with Resumes from Hell and gearing up for their sequel, Resumes from Heaven.
January 22, 2007: The text version of Jon and Rachel's interview with WZRD has now been added to the site. Good tips on resume writing and some fun insights into the book are covered.
January 7, 2007: Odd Jobs Blog added to ResumesfromHell.com - Writer Dan McLeod contributes his writty tribute to the strangest jobs he has had the privelege of quitting.
April 6, 2006: The Press-Enterprise of Riverside, California, details Resumes from Hell and offers some Southern Californian perspective on bad resume strategies.
November 20, 2005: The New York Daily News story is picked up by newspapers across the country, including the Miami Herald, the Charlotte Observer, the Ottawa Citizen, the Pittsburgh Gazette, and the Seattle Times.
November 12, 2005: Rachel does a five minute interview segment on Resumes from Hell for CNN's "In The Money" program, hosted by Jack Cafferty.
September 27, 2005: The New York Daily News business section provides book highlights (with graphics!) and Jon and Rachel's Dirty Dozen - the 12 biggest mistakes people make with their resumes.
July 1, 2005: Resumes from Hell is added to the Fall business curriculum at Westfield State College. Jon and Rachel will appear in a "guest teacher" session for business writing students in the Fall of 2005.