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Get Paid To Look For A Job

Updated on May 15, 2013

Get Paid To Look For A Job

Need a job, or looking for a job and want to make some extra money in the process? Did you know that you can get paid to for looking for a job? Well kind of. You don't get paid to actually look for a job, but you can make some money when someone downloads you resume.

So what am I talking about? I am talking about a website called Resumark, and it is a site that allows you to make money a few different ways. Before discussing the different ways you can earn money on Resumark, lets talk about what this site is.

What Is Resumark

Have you heard of, or have been on sites such as Monster or Snagajob? Basically, Resumark is a site like those. It allows job seekers to find jobs and post their resumes. The site also allows employers to post job openings and they can look through job seekers' resumes.

How To Register With Resumark

Whether you are an employer or job seeker, registering on Resumark is as easy to do as it is with other sites such as Monster. Simply go to the registration section of the website and provide some basic information about yourself.

Why Jobseekers Should Use Resumark

If you are a jobseeker, then you will be able to have employers look at your resume, and when they do download your resume, you will make money. So, you get to make money and have employers look at your resume, which means its a win-win situation for you.

Ways To Make Money

Jobseekers can make money different ways, with one of them being that they get paid a dollar every single time an employer downloads their resume. They can also try to get other other people to try and post their resume to the site via their own link, and they will be paid $0.50 every single time their resume gets downloaded. The third way to make money is by getting employers to go through your link and download resumes. When that happens, then the person will get $0.15, which is per download.

Why Should Companies Register

Companies will have access to a wide variety of resumes, which means that they stand a great chance of finding the right professional for the job. Why would employers pay to download a resume though? Because most other job sites charge a lot of money to search resumes. Many sites charge an expensive annual or monthly fee to have access to resumes, but that is not the case with Resumark. Resumark charges employers one-dollar for every resume they download, which is not a lot of money.

Is It Worth Trying Out

Resumark is worth trying out if you are looking for a job and want to make some extra money doing it. Give it a try today.


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