Motorcycle Industry Jobs.comWednesday, February 7, 2007 | 8:20 PM
The Hidden Job Market - Revealed.
Escondido, Ca. (Motorcycle Industry Jobs.com) – February 6, 2007.
Job Seekers ask us time and again for the inside tip on how best to get in front of potential employers to find that PERFECT job. Job seekers have also been asking us why some of the best job openings get filled without even seeing a job posting – why is that?
Fact: Some companies prefer to do their own headhunting instead of receiving loads of emails from possibly unqualified applicants or if they need to fill a position ASAP. So instead of waiting for resumes to come to them, they simply browse and select the best candidates from the Motorcycle Industry Jobs.com resume database.
In order to get job seeker information in front of as many potential employers as possible, Motorcycle Industry Jobs.com came up with the FREE resume clip idea. The job seeker may input up to 500 characters in the separate Resume Clip text box to sell themselves to the thousands of employers checking out the website. ANY potential employer can browse these resume clips FREE of charge 24/7 without even having an account with MIJ. If an employer likes what they see, they may purchase resume browsing to view a full resume and contact information. HINT: If a job seeker does a great job selling their skills on the resume clip then they are more likely to hear from potential employers.
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We have also tricked out the look and feel of our website and added lots of extra features that job seekers and employers will love. Check us out!
With customer input and innovative technology, we are creating the most powerful human resource tool that evolves and grows right along with the industry itself.
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