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- The user has the ability to apply to jobs posted on JournalismNow.com anonymously, simply by clicking the "Quick Reply" button or by copying the email into a browser. Another option available to the user, is the ability to save his/her resume to Journalismnow.com and keep a record of the positions he/she has applied to. JournalismNow.com does not sell, distribute or make available ANY personal information about you to third parties to use in advertising, marketing or recruiting efforts. We simply provide an avenue for candidates to respond to job postings, and for Employers to reach candidates in the field of Journalism.
-The user is free to delete his/her resume (or posted job in the case of Employers) at any time. This information is not kept on our servers either, so any deleted information would have to be re-entered (if so desired by the user).
-We do not share information entered into our database with any third parties. This includes resumes, cover letters, jobs, internships, fellowships, calendar events and any other submitted material by the user.
-We do not let employers view any resume you have stored at JournalismNow.com unless you authorize us to do so by clicking the appropriate options upon registering. We give users two options when storing their resume on our site: you can make it "public" or "private." A private resume is only viewable to select employers to which you apply online through our site. In other words, you control who sees it. A public resume is stored in our general resume database, and can be viewed by employers who have registered to the site. If you have any questions please email us and we'll be happy to help: email@example.com
-Employers have the option of remaining anonymous upon posting a job. He/she can simply enter "CONFIDENTIAL" in the Company field.
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