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  • 1. How do I make my resume private? Views: 591 Featured Content
    There is a way to configure your resume for your use only. This means that you will be able to apply online for jobs, but potential employers and recruiters will not be able to view your resume when searching our resume database (unless you’ve sent it to them directly). To do this, please follow these directions: 1. First, sign into CareerBuilder using your username and password. Hover over the area that says post resumes and select Manage Resumes from the drop down menu. 3. Select   More...
  • 2. How do I edit/change my "Job Alert"? Views: 273 Featured Content
    Changing job alerts within our system is a rather simple process. Please follow the steps below to update your job alerts. 1. Once you are signed into your CareerBuilder account, hover over My CareerBuilder at the top and select Saved Searches. 2. From your Job Alerts page, you can change the email options by using the dropdown menu and selecting Save Changes or you can select the pencil to edit the saved search. You can also click on the search title from this page to view the search   More...
  • 3. What browsers do we support and how to delete browser history? Views: 200
    We recommend always going through the basic steps of deleting your cache (temporary internet files) and cookies as it solves most of the problems that users experience on our site. Also, clearing your cache can significantly improve the speed and performance of your browser. How do you know you're experiencing cache and cookies issues? Here are some symptoms (but not all): You click on a button/link and you are taken back to the exact same page (experiencing a constant loop) or the page doe  More...
  • 4. Protect Yourself: Important CareerBuilder Notifications Views: 219 Featured Content
    CareerBuilder Online Confirmation Form: The following email was sent to some of our users requesting confirmation of their CareerBuilder.com Account. Please do not respond to this email as it is a fraudulent attempt to gain access to account information and was not sent by CareerBuilder.com or its partners. CareerBuilder.com will never ask you to update your account via email. We are currently in the process of having the fraudulent sites connected with this phishing scam removed. For mo  More...
  • 5. How do I attach my resume to a job I am applying to? Views: 2029
    Once you have found a position that you would like to apply for, many companies have the capability to allow you to apply online. If a company does offer online applications, you will see an orange button at the bottom and top of the job posting that says “Apply Now”. You have two options when applying for a job: 1. The first option is to upload your resume. Please keep in mind we only accept Word Documents (.doc or .docx), PDF Document (.pdf), RTF (rich text format), and TXT (text   More...
  • 6. What is an "External Application"? Views: 484
    An External Application reflects that the jobseeker was directed to a website outside of Careerbuilder to apply for the job. This can happen one of two ways : 1. A job has a website link (URL) in either the Job Description or Requirements section. When the jobseeker clicks on this link, CareerBuilder will read this click as an External Application . 2. The job posting has an apply online URL that leads the jobseeker to an off-site application when they click Apply Now . *Please note   More...
  • 7. Work at Home Scam Example#1 Views: 401
  • 8. What are Check/Payment Processing Scams? Views: 324
    Fraudulent companies will send out phony job positions such as “Accounts Receivable Clerk,” “Finance Manager,” or “Mystery Shopper.” These fake job offers are commonly delivered through email and usually claim to have come through online Job Boards or include forged legitimate business names in order to make the messages appear credible. The phony job offers describe a position where you are to collect funds from the fraudulent company’s clients and t  More...
  • 9. What are Shipping Scams? Views: 321
    Shipping scams, similar to Payment Processing scams, usually originate as phony job offers sent out by fraudulent companies. These fake positions require the Job Seeker to receive packages, such as Electronics, DVD, CD’s and other items, and then re-ship the packages overseas to another location. The fraudulent company usually promises that they will pay a commission per shipment, as well as cover any shipping fees. The Job Seeker receives the items at home, fills out the custom forms, and  More...
  • 10. Work at Home Scam Example #2 Views: 291
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