Resumark.com Pays Job Seekers to Look for a Job

Share Article

In today's economy job search monsters may just not be enough and another Internet phenomenon has just emerged. Resumark.com is paying job seekers $1 every time their resume is downloaded by an employer.

News Image
Had this been a best-selling novel, you would make sure to get royalties! So why are you giving away your work, the entire story of your professional life and your most valuable written possession - your resume -- for free?

In today's economy job search monsters may just not be enough and another Internet phenomenon has just emerged. Resumark.com is paying job seekers $1 every time their resume is downloaded by an employer.

Job seekers spend countless hours writing their resumes, updating them, and making them special. After all, the stakes are high. Yet, what most job seekers don't realize is that they are giving away the pages that took them a lifetime to perfect.

All big job websites are making millions off resumes written by regular workers. However, these websites actually don't produce any content. Their biggest commodity is provided to them for free and they sell it to employers. What do job seekers get in return? Nothing…

"Enough is enough," says Andrew Kucheriavy, the founder of Resumark.com. "Had this been a best-selling novel, you would make sure to get royalties! So why are you giving away your work, the entire story of your professional life and your most valuable written possession - your resume -- for free?"

Resumark.com has redefined what a resume means to an average job seeker. Resumark.com pays the resume owner $1 every time their resume is downloaded by a prospective employer. It also utilizes the latest Web 2.0 trends and social networking to spread the word. When job seekers invite friends, they make $0.50 each time one of their friend's resumes is downloaded.

It is estimated that many resumes may be viewed hundreds, if not thousands of times by various prospective employers during the lifetime of the project. On top of this, in addition to giving back to job seekers, Resumark.com pledges to make donations to charities and schools.

"In a sense, we created a global resume market - rivaling an economy of a small country," says Andrew Kucheriavy. "With 140 million workers in the U.S. alone and almost 500,000 jobs lost since November of last year - this is a multi-billion dollar market."

Resumark.com is growing by each day primarily through referrals and invitations. This new concept seems to be popular with everybody who comes across it. Resumark.com may still be overshadowed by large popular job sites. Nevertheless, the Internet is showing us once again that even new websites with great ideas and unexplored potential can bite.

For more information or to post resume visit: Resumark.com

Contact: Andrew Kucheriavy
847-970-6190 Ext. 114

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Andrew Kucheriavy
Resumark.com
847-970-6190-114 ext. 114
Email >
Visit website