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December 23rd, 2009 by Kate Seidametova   Posted in Job News, Job Search, Resumark News

very happy santaWe hope you can take a much needed break from your job search or work, relax and enjoy this time with your family and friends!  On Monday, January 4th, 2010, we will be there for you, working hard, finding jobs for you and others around the world.

You’ve worked hard all year long and you deserve this break!  This is a perfect time to kick back, get some rest and reflect upon the passing year while enjoying the holidays.  This is what we’ll be doing and we hope you do the same!

With the best of wishes for a wonderful Holidays Season and a very Happy New Year!

Yours truly,

Resumark.com

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December 14th, 2009 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Job Search, Most Popular, Networking, Resume Writing

How do you promote your resume?Have you been looking for a job during a few months with no results? You probably think it is a bad economy because you have been doing everything you could. You are right - it is not the best time for job seekers. But have you been doing everything you could?

Let’s try to understand what you might have done wrong or did not do at all.

1. Have you created a great resume? It is extremely important to have a great resume. Only a well-written resume can get you noticed and should convince an employer to invite you for an interview. And that is exactly what you need!


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November 25th, 2009 by Kate Seidametova   Posted in Resumark News

Wishing You a Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Resumark.com!

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November 17th, 2009 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Job News

Resumark.com: Job Search Overload - Let Us Do The WorkIn today’s economy it is increasingly difficult to find a good job. There are many well known online services and regular recruiting agencies that can help during the process. However, when traditional things do not work, we can always try something else, something different that distinguish us from the crowd and give us a better chance of finding a job.

Here are three cool websites that try to make a difference:

1.    Resumark.com is a new hot recruitment web site with a unique idea behind it. You can upload your resume or create it online in just a few minutes. It’s not only free for job seekers, but you will also make $1 every time an employer downloads your resume. Who pays the money? Employer does. Why would they? Surprisingly, many people believe that services like Monster and Careerbuilder are free. While they are free for job seekers, employers have to pay to download resumes and also to post jobs. What Resumark.com does? It shares the profit with resume owners and allows posting jobs for free. Seems fair to me.


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November 16th, 2009 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Job News, Resumark News

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 16, 2009 – A popular new service (www.resumark.com) is offering Job Seekers $1 each time their resume is downloaded by an employer. In today’s economy job seekers are embracing this concept of getting paid while looking for a job.

With the U.S. unemployment rate topping 10%, job seekers are turning to Resumark.com for new innovative job search strategies and to make extra cash while looking for a job. With Resumark.com, employers pay job seekers $1 each time they download a resume.

“Job seekers are now realizing that major job websites have been making millions off of their resumes and they don’t like it, “says Andrew Kucheriavy, the founder of Resumark.com. “With the traditional model, job websites get resumes for free and then sell them to employers. With our model, employers actually pay job seekers for their resumes. All job seekers have to do is post resumes. We handle the rest.”
     
 


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