Most employers who search resumes do so when they are short on time and do not have the patience to wait for you to apply to their open position. These employers are typically the more motivated ones as well, giving you more leverage when negotiating a favorable compensation package. On the other hand, many job seekers prefer their anonymity. They are concerned their current employer may go online and discover their resume. If this describes you, then we have the answer. When posting your resume, select the anonymous feature which can be found as a privacy option on page 3 of the resume posting form. All of your pertinent work history, certification, and licensing information will be searchable and findable by an employer, but your personally identifiable contact information will be hidden. They will need to initiate contact with you through a web form thereby protecting your identity.

A word of warning – make certain your personally identifiable information is not located in the body of the resume posting otherwise you are not hidden. You’ll see what I mean when you get there. To start posting your anonymous resume, please click here.