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Employment 911 Review

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$49.95  or  $59.95
(recruiters -- job sites)

Looking to post and distribute your resume? Then this might be the ticket. Employment 911 will post your resume on up to 80 leading job banks, like Monster, HotJobs, CareerBuilder, Flipdog and more.

Or... they'll email-distribute your resume to a targeted list of up to 10,000 employers and recruiters.

Or... both.

The parent company, Employment Publishing Inc., was established in 1997. It has been an accredited BBB ( Better Business Bureau) business since 2002, and holds a BBB rating of A- on a scale of A+ to F.

How Does It Work?

Start by ponying up your email address for a free account that includes a limited resume posting service, a web-based email account, and job search organizer -- all at no Employment 911.comcharge. During the signup, you'll be given the chance to buy one of the additional, fee-based resume services. You can select to have your resume posted to all the top job sites for $59.95. Or choose to have your resume distributed to the email inboxes of the above mentioned list of 10,000 employers and recruiters for $49.95. 

If you dare, select both posting and email blasting for $98.00 (and lock in a 10% savings).

Once your selection is made, you can pick your desired industries, and filter further by city, state and specialty. 


  • The option to have your resume distributed to employers. Unlike most resume distributors that only distribute to recruiters, this company can target employers.
  • Need a resume? They can do that. This one-stop shop offers a professional resume writing service. Hint: take them up on that offer before blasting an inadequate resume all over the planet.
  • Money-back guarantee. Now this is interesting. Employment 911 is the only major resume distributor that offers a money-back guarantee. If you don't get a phone or email response within 60 days, they'll re-blast your resume at no charge. If another 60 days pass and you still haven't gotten a response, they'll refund 100% of your money.
  • Well established. The parent company was started in 1997.


  • Details were hard to come by. At least until you've signed up and become a member.
  • With respect to "blasting," the company offers no up-front listing of industries or disciplines. You're left to wonder until you sign up. In contrast, Resume Zapper provides such a list--up front on their site.
  • The company's web page is a challenge to navigate.

Employment 911 Review - Summary

In summary, Employment 911 does a good job of juggling multiple services. If you want to target job boards, as well as distribution to recruiters and key employers, and want to keep the management of all that to a minimum, this company is up to the job.

That said, if you're only looking to post your resume to leading job boards, we'd have to give the nod to Resume Rabbit, given their more straightforward and user-friendly service, and submission reporting feature.

One thing to keep in mind: Employment 911 has an unbeatable guarantee. The prospect of getting your money back if they don't deliver results is compelling. The company has 5,832 satisfied customers who must have thought the same thing.

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Special Note               

One important thing to keep in mind...

is that distributing your resume en masse is an odds game--and the odds can be pretty daunting at times. It largely depends on whether your qualifications match an active job opening being worked by a recruiter on the day your resume plops down on his or her desk.

First, make sure your resume is in top shape before you begin. If you need help in that area, you can compare popular online resume writing services at our sister site HERE.

Secondly, keep things in perspective. Don't be afraid to experiment with a reputable resume distribution service, but use them as part of a multi-pronged approach to your job search. Other elements should include personal networking, judicious use of social media, and targeted responses to specific job opportunities.

Treat your job search like the business it is, and you'll do fine.

--David Alan Carter

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