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If you are looking for a challenging position with long term growth potential, then we may be the answer. As a member of the U.S. Business Reporter team, you will be a part of a global prescence in the international business community by providing digital information solutions to customers around the globe.
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Q: Should I submit my resume for every job I want to apply for ?
A: No, that is not necessary, unless you want to submit different resumes for different openings. Your resume will be linked to each job you apply for, but even if you apply for only one job, the resume will go into a general database that our recruiters search regularly to find qualified openings for all openings.
Q: Does my resume need to be in a certain format ?
A: We keep all the resumes we receive in a database. We prefer to receive resumes online because then we can process the m more quickly and accurately.
If you submit a resume online, keep in mind that the system accepts only plain text - it does not recognize special formatting, fonts, bold type or underlining. Therefore, we recommend sending your resume in ASCII format.
Q: What happens once I submit my resume ?
A: If you submit your resume online, you'll see a confirmation message. If you submit it by mail, we'll send a postcard acknowledging receipt. We keep resums in our active database for a minimum of six months. Our recruiters regularly search the database to find qualified candidates. A recruiter will contact you if there appears to be a good match between your resume and a current or future opening.
Q: What are U.S. Business Reporter's citizenship requirements?
A: We consider all qualified applicants who are legally eligible to work in the country where the position is located.
Q: Does U.S. Business Reporter recruit on college campuses?
A: U.S. Business Reporter recruits at many campuses since we are looking for a broad range of qualified candidates.