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Resumark.com is all about two simple concepts:

Get Paid to Post Resume Online!

You've spent countless hours writing your resume, updating it, and making it special. This is your career, your sweat, your work, and your valuable creation. Yet, here you are – giving away the pages that took you a lifetime to perfect.

Like most people, you probably haven’t realized that all big job sites are making millions off of resumes just like yours. These websites actually don’t produce any content. Their biggest commodity is your resume. They get it for free and sell it to employers. What do you get in return? Nothing!

Resumark.com has redefined what your resume means to you. With Resumark.com employers pay you $1 every time they download your resume. You can even earn passive income every time your friends' resumes are downloaded, if you invited them!

Search Resumes and Post Jobs for Free!

Would you buy a book without knowing its title, author, what it is about or seeing the cover? Probably not! Why then so many professionals in the recruiting industry do just that every year? With job websites nowadays you are often forced to pay big bucks for job postings and tons of resumes you don’t even want or need.

Now you have a choice! With Resumark.com you list jobs for free and pay only for resumes you wish to download.  You can also search our entire database of resumes for free using the Google™ search technology. You can choose and preview resumes you like and then make the purchasing decision if and only if you want to download any of them. Resumes go for as little as $3 each.

We pay the owner of the resume $1. This helps us attract many more employees – even those who are not currently in the job market. They join because of this passive income opportunity. Targeting these passive job seekers will allow you to approach highly-skilled and experienced employees who may otherwise be unreachable.

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