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Resume banking is an extensively growing industry of job hunting through the use of Internet. It surpasses the physical and geographic hindrance of finding or locating jobs. Resume banks provide convenient system that matches job seeker to potential job or employer and vice versa. It is mutually beneficial to both applicant and hiring companies because they both save effort, time and money. Companies who do not have a separate department that handle employee placement are the primary company client of Resume Bank. Through Resume Banks, hiring companies can have a convenient access to thousands of resume without spending much time to sort and read those resumes.

The applicant usually goes to the site of resume banks and enters his data or information by filling out the form provided by the bank. Then, the bank will process it through their coding system and make the data available to employers. Some resume banks provide separate accounts for employers. These allow employers to access the entire database of resume to manually scan, narrow and choose potential candidates. There are some resume banks today that offer software agents that will automatically search out and inform the employer and/or the applicant when a match comes in by sending them a notification or alert emails.

Resume banks offer varying degrees of confidentiality to job seekers. Confidentiality especially of those who provide free services can not be always guaranteed. Resumes particularly those posted to newsgroups are available to anyone, not just employers or authorized companies so confidentiality is really impossible. The personal information of the applicants may be gathered by other parties who might use the applicants' information for any other purposes not related to employment.

It is the applicants approach and decision on how to use the resume banks to their advantage. The applicant can choose over varied selections of resume banks by taking into consideration the feedbacks they received, cost of service and companies that hire their services.

Applicants who use the services of resume banks must not assume that online job hunting will do all the task of announcing your qualifications to the corporate world. Remember that these services are merely software or device that helps you increase the chance of being picked for an interview. They are simply job search engine that match applicants to the employers. Finding job through resume banks also need effort as you normally do when sending your resume the traditional way.

After the matching process, it is all up to the applicant on how to build his connection with the employer who will actually hire him. Bear in mind that this is just an initial step of hiring and not a guarantee that you will be really hired. The applicant needs to convince the interviewer that he is indeed the right person for the job.

Resume bank is just an option to locate a possible job opening, but it is still best for applicant to go out his way to search out more opportunities. Nothing beats getting your resume directly to the hiring person.

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