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On the Careers site my CV is a placeholder - something I filled out just enough so the system would let me file at the $29/3 year deal. I've been planning on working on it before exposing it on the site, but according to the site an employer has already viewed the page:

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Seeing as the number for "CV Search Hits" is 0, I'm assuming that my CV can be viewed directly through a URL bypassing the search. If this is true, then I consider it a bug. If a CV isn't searchable, it shouldn't be able to be seen by employers at all.

  • @Maxim: those are the total number of employers and searches performed. they should be the same for everyone. – Kyle Cronin Nov 19 '09 at 4:59
  • @Kyle: oooooooh, i get it now... haha. – Maxim Zaslavsky Nov 19 '09 at 5:59
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There was a minor issue with the way we were recording the history. This has been resolved.

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    so does this mean that my CV wasn't actually viewed? – Kyle Cronin Nov 19 '09 at 14:13
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I disagree. You might not want to make your CV searchable, but also want to be able to send the url directly to specific employers.

Though I guess that's a different thing than employers registered in the system stumbling across your CV on their own, which seems to be what happened here.

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    That could be useful, if the link would work for any employer, not just those on careers.so, and if you could opt-in, but in this case it's definitely a bug. I suspect that the CVs are numbered like the user accounts on SO, and I also suspect that I have a very low number, due to the fact that I registered about 10 seconds after it was announced at Boston DevDays. – Kyle Cronin Nov 19 '09 at 4:34
  • That desperate for a new job, huh? ;) – Joel Coehoorn Nov 19 '09 at 13:32
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    uh, know anyone that's hiring? :-) – Kyle Cronin Nov 19 '09 at 14:06

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