A resume repository, or resume database, is a vast collection of
applicant resumes; some service providers are proud of having millions
or even zillions of resumes available for employers to sift through.
Great! However, they typically leave something to be desired.
How old are the resumes? Is the job seeker looking for work now? How
thorough is the search functionality? How varied is the information
provided? What kind of positions is the applicant interested in now?
Where is the job seeker willing to work? As you can see, many questions
While posting a resume is an essential component of CanHELP job
seekers' profiles, it's certainly not the definitive answer to what the
CanHELP Employment Network is. Another factor which differentiates us
from other services - only job seekers looking for work right now appear
in job request results. Profiles are time-sensitive and require job
seekers to sign in periodically to indicate they're still looking for