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Access to Postdoc Resumes

Looking for highly qualified and talented candidates for research associates and postdoctoral positions? Check our University Resume Bank. Our career information network has attracted a large number of job seekers who have recently obtained a Ph.D. All resumes posted on University Resume Bank are reviewed and approved by our staff. If you are interested in a full access to our Resume Bank, please send a request to  Staff@PostdocJobs.com.  A nonrefundable subscription fee must be paid before the access can be granted.

Fee schedule for current advertisers who posted a job on our website in the past 30 days or have the annual unlimited job posting subscription:

Duration Individual Academic Faculty Members

Others

1 month  $75

$150

3 months $225 $450
6 months   $900
12 Months   $1800

 

Fee schedule (without job postings):

Duration Individual Academic Faculty Members

Others

1 month  $150

$350

3 months $400 $1000
6 months    $1900
12 Months    $3500

 

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