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Lawmatch.com

published February 02, 2011

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Lawmatch, which was founded by Neal Rechtman in 1996, offers job-seekers the option of participating in an active job search or a passive search. The active job search is best for those who are willing and able to devote a great deal of time and effort to the job search. It involves the tried and true method of searching job listings on a regular basis. A passive job-search, on the other hand, is less demanding. The job -seeker must submit a profile and can then wait for employers to express an interest. Those who opt for the passive job search are often offered positions that are not even posted. Lawmatch offers a third job-search tool for those who are already employed, or otherwise tight on time. The Concierge Service can produce a profile and captain the job-search process for the candidate. In order to create a profile through the Concierge Service, a candidate must first participate in a telephone interview.

The database at Lawmatch.com has an average of 3,000 up-to-date job listings, with approximately 200 new listings added each week. The job listings include direct listings and listings selectively pulled from over 5,000 law firms, corporate, and non-profit websites. For optimal results, job -seekers are encouraged to submit a profile to the resume bank. Many employers work with recruiters and agencies, or access targeted databases, rather than posting open positions online. Oftentimes, online job postings are re-posted on the internet, causing an influx of resumes from unqualified candidates. To avoid this hassle, many employers skip the job posting process and hire directly from a recruiter, agency, or specialized databases. This is where Lawmatch's National Resume Bank comes in. Job seekers can enter their profile into the resume bank with complete anonymity. The job-seeker's identity and contact information cannot be accessed by potential employers. Rather, if an employer is interested in a particular profile, they send their company information to Lawmatch and this information is then passed on to the job candidate. If the job-seeker has an interest in the hiring company, they can contact the employer directly. The candidate can choose to decline the invitation either. Regardless of the job-seeker's decision, Lawmatch does not release any personal information.

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