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I posted my resume on Dice.com. My job search is over, and I would like it to be unavailable to employers. Obviously Dice is more interested in obtaining Resumes than deleting them, so they haven't made it obvious.

How do I un-post my resume, preferably without deleting the information?

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As it says in this help page, make it not searchable.

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  1. Log into Dice
  2. Go to Profile
  3. On Right Hand side there is a button for Searchable
  4. Turn to No
  5. Your resume is no more Searchable on Dice
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  1. Select Dashboard in the top navigation bar
  2. Select Edit Profile on the top right of your profile
  3. Click or slide the bar, just under the “Done” button on the top right, from Searchable “Yes” to Searchable “No”
  4. Select a reason in the pop-up box and click Yes, Not Searchable
  5. Click Done to complete the change
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To delete your profile you can click the MyResume tab at the top of your MyDice Welcome page. From here select your resume and click Delete to the right.

If you would like to remove your complete Dice account, please email us at techsupport@dice.com with your Dice Userid email.

From http://community.dice.com/t5/Customer-Support/Resume-on-Dice/m-p/152250/highlight/true, hope that helps :)

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The OP doesn't want to delete the info on their resume. – Eight Days of Malaise Jul 15 '10 at 22:54
Sorry - it did look like that, from this: 'Obviously Dice is more interested in obtaining Resumes than deleting them, so they haven't made it obvious.' – tobeannounced Jul 16 '10 at 6:04

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