Here you’ll find some answers to common questions we receive from job seekers.  Have a question we haven’t answered?  Contact us and let us know!

1.) How do I sign up for Job.com?

Signing up to be a member of Job.com is easy, and it has many advantages for busy job seekers and professionals seeking to manage their careers.  Sign Up Here.

Job.com members:

  • Have access to search more than 1 Million job listings
  • Can post their resume in our database to be searched by employers and recruiters daily
  • Receive Job Alert emails that match their profile, so they always know when new jobs come available
  • And much more!

2.) How do I Unsubscribe from Job.com Emails?

We know your inbox can fill up pretty quickly, especially if you are an active job seeker.  If you’d like to manage the emails you receive from Job.com, consider simply slimming down your subscriptions to Job.com communications, so that you still receive the information that is most valuable to your job search.  For example, Job.com’s Job Finder email delivers job postings matching your profile directly to your inbox—for many job seekers, this feature helps them stay on top of their job search just by checking email.  If you would like to manage your subscriptions, simply login to your job.com account here  and go to the “Manage my Subscriptions” link.

If you decide you would no longer like to receive emails from Job.com or our partners, please visit http://www.job.com/my.job/optout and complete the form to remove you emails from all future lists.  Complete removal may take up to one week.  If you have trouble with the form or would like to contact a customer service representative instead, you may use the form at http://www.job.com/my.job/contact/ .

Job.com values your privacy.  If you have any questions or concerns, check out our privacy policy. Please note, this policy applies only to activities on the site http://www.Job.com.


9 thoughts on “FAQs

  1. Thanks for a very informative web site. Where else could I get that kind of info written in such a perfect means? I have a undertaking that I’m just now running on, and I have been on the look out for such information.

  2. Somebody accidentally used my email to register for an account instead of hers. I receive emails for her everyday. I cannot unsubscribe because she is the one who made the password and account information. There is no way I can contact her to ask her to unsubscribe from the account.

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