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Can anyone see my ZipRecruiter resume?

Who can see my resume, email address, and phone number? Your contact information and resume are sent to the hiring manager(s) who posted the job(s) to which you apply. No one else can see this information besides you.

How do I make my resume private on ZipRecruiter?

Click on the Me” menu in the upper right hand corner of your screen, then click on My Profile from the the drop-down menu that appears. Step 2. Toggle the button under ‘Let Employers Find You’ off (white means opted out and green means opted in).

How do you deal with a recruiter?

7 Ground Rules for Dealing With RecruitersLet the recruiter know where you’ve applied. Be able to explain why you’re better than 80 percent of your peers. Be honest about your “red flag” issues. Make sure to get prepped for the interview. Give the recruiter a full interview debrief. Keep your recruiter informed about your progress with other opportunities.

Should you trust a recruiter?

No matter if you are looking to work with a Recruiter to help your company or if you are looking to work with a Headhunter to help you move to another company, you should never engage with anyone you aren’t certain you can trust.

Is it worth working with a recruiter?

Working with a recruiter can be a great way to advance your job search. But, remember it’s just one avenue. So, take the experience at face value: They can help you find your next position—and that’d be a great outcome for everyone.

How do you get a recruiter to like you?

Here are their top four tips:Be Prepared. You and the recruiter need to be on the same page in terms of your skills and past experiences (relevant and less relevant), any gaps in your employment history, and your short and long-term career ambitions. Be Honest. Be Passionate. Be Gracious.