I see that the employer is charged for this service…Is there a fee for the job seeker too?
Many job sites like Indeed.com do not charge the job seeker. The employer is the one who pays the fees to advertise a job posting or contact resumes posters. Here is an article on some of the best sites. We write for small business owners, so only list the business price, but many are free to job seekers. Other sites, like job sites looking for freelancers, usually charge the business/employer, but sometimes charge ‘membership’ fees to the person seeking work. Save your money! Use free job search sites like Indeed.com. (Hint, use the ‘advanced’ search option to find the exact kind of job, location and flex scheduling you’re looking for.)
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