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So I put my name in your database to have a look at the system, but there's no 'off' button. I'm quite happy where I am at the moment thank-you-very-much.

How about implementing an off button at the same time as changing the pricing: $9 per month that it's turned 'on'. That way, when I'm looking for work I'm paying. When I'm not looking, I'm not paying.

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I was just about to ask this question. The FAQ wasn't quite clear about this. I'd like to get the cheap initial pricing, but have no immediate interest in changing jobs. – Chris Farmer Oct 14 '09 at 19:57
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There will be the ability to make your CV private.

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+1. Not sure the down-voter realized what you were saying -- especially since the question has two questions in one. – George Stocker Oct 14 '09 at 13:30
    
Accepted the answer after listening to the latest podcast which gives a lot more information about the intentions than the site itself does :-D – RickMeasham Oct 16 '09 at 12:40

You can make your CV private at any time, which indicates you're "in a relationship", as they say.

Payment to list your CV covers a certain time period, regardless of whether or not you're actively looking for work.

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