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Can I be registered on careers.stackoverflow.com as an employer and a candidate?
What if you have a careers CV but want to post a job as an employer?

As the employer side of Careers was not working until now, I tried to see how it looks from the side of a candidate looking for a job. Now I am in a situation where I am unable to access Careers as what I really am, an employer. However, when I log in into Careers with my OpenID, I am taken straight into my job-searching profile and I am given no option to access the employer side.

How can I fix this so that my account is correctly considered an employer?

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marked as duplicate by Shog9, tvanfosson, John Rudy, juan, mmyers Dec 3 '09 at 20:32

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While it might be similar, my situation is a little bit different. I tried creating CV because employer role was not available. I would never do it if I knew it will prevent me from accessing the employer interface with my OpenID. – Suma Dec 3 '09 at 20:46
    
makes sense... id email team@stackoverflow.com, theyd fix it in like 2 secs – Shawn Dec 3 '09 at 22:06
    
That seems like a great answer to my question. However, as the question is already closed, it is only a comment and I cannot accept it as I would if it would be an answer. – Suma Dec 4 '09 at 10:19
    
I had a similar situation but in reverse, see: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/32818/…, and a proposed solution is juggling with the OpenIDs. For details, read there. – nalply Dec 15 '09 at 13:04

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