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Vol. 17, Issue 28 - Week of July 9, 2018

Posting your resume online confidentiallyStaff Writer, The Career News

LOS ANGELES, CA -- With approximately 1.5 million employers searching resumes on job banks every day to fill their positions, even a passive job seeker can't afford not to have their resume online. And since different employers search different job banks (both large and small), it pays to be on all of them. But confidentiality is an issue.

If you want the benefit of maximum exposure online -- with complete confidentiality -- yet still don't want to spend 60 hours researching and entering your resume and job requirements on over 75 or so different sites, let a service like Resume Rabbit do it for you.

How secure is your information? Resume Rabbit's privacy features include confidentiality to keep your name, email address and personal information hidden if requested. (However, be sure to remove confidential information from your resume too). And so that you're not subjected to potential spamming, you're given a dedicated job search e-mail address, with access in your personal service center. To sign up, visit this link.

Other Articles in This Issue:

You can be in control of your job search

Need help with your resume? Get a free critique!

Hunting for another job on the QT

Social media at work is not always a time waster

What really is the 'hidden' job market?

How to reach hidden job market hiring managers

When should you use a job hunting service?

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