Anonymize Your Job Hunt With Poachable

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Poachable is an online anonymous job search service.

When it comes to protecting your online privacy and anonymity there are many different tools, apps and products that can help get the job done. From disposable email addresses to anonymous text messaging services you can reinforce how, when or if your information is shared, monitored and tracked. But apart from online privacy protection with texting, emailing and web browsing did you know that you can also anonymize job search?

Online job search service Poachable offers an anonymous job search platform that combines anonymity with open positions at hundreds of prominent companies. Poachable is free for job seekers and relatively simple to use. It works by collecting various pieces of information from job seekers such as skills, values, salary, that you would motivate you to change jobs.

Next, Poachable curates potential matches that you can anonymously review to determine whether they’re a match or a not. During the entire process you remain anonymous. If there’s a match with an employer Poachable will arrange a discreet introduction where you can elect to reveal more about who you are (or not).

An additional free feature from Poachable is their Poachability Score tool. Using insights gathered from tens of thousands of job matches the Poachability Score predicts how recruiters may view you and it helps identify your strengths and weaknesses for showcasing and improvement too. Poachable offers this free service to members with who have complete Poachable profiles and who have referred two friends to the anonymous job search service.

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Sarah Hartshorn is a marketing, public relations and social media professional with Vuze. She blogs about content, torrents, social media and a number of other tech topics. Sarah has been involved with traditional and digital marketing since 1998.