Is there a fee to post a resume or job opening?
How long will my resume be available?
Is my resume posted on the Web site immediately?
How can I update my resume?
How will I be notified if a prospective employer likes my resume?
I have been asked to pay a fee for employment. Should I pay the fee?
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|Question:||Is there a fee to post a resume or job opening?|
|Answer:||There is no fee for job seekers, but there is a fee for employers.|
|Question:||How long will my resume be available?|
|Answer:||The information you provide is retained indefinitely and is always accessible through your user account. However, your resume will be available to all parties via the Web site for 90 days at which time an email will be sent asking if you want it removed.|
|Question:||Is my resume posted on the Web site immediately?|
|Answer:||Yes. Your resume will be immediately available for viewing by employers should you chose to make it available in your job seeker control panel. You can adjust this setting at any time by logging into your user account.|
|Question:||How can I update my resume?|
|Answer:||Just login to your user account with your user name and password and make the necessary changes.|
|Question:||How will I be notified if a prospective employer likes my resume?|
|Answer:||When you set up your user account you have the opportunity to identify your contact info.|
|Question:||I have been asked to pay a fee for employment. Should I pay the fee?|
|Answer:||This website is free to job seekers. However, we cannot attest to the legitimacy of any posting. Job seekers should be aware that the normal practice in most job markets is for employers to pay any placement fees. While there may be some job markets where fees are paid by the job seeker, individuals should be especially wary of requests for placement fees to be paid in before work on the new job is actually started. Should there be any doubt on behalf of the job seeker if such an instance is encountered, please e-mail us at email@example.com and a representative will contact the employer requesting fees to review their demands. A PowerPlantPro representative will then forward you the information along with any advice|