We've been helping recruiters find the right candidates for over 8 years and we've learned a few things about searching resume databases.
Martin Yate, author of the “Knock Em’ Dead” series, breaks down why this usually happens in , “Resume Getting Lost In The Resume Databases?” He writes:
Resume databases are a security risk:
You can resume a suspended availability database in AlwaysOn Availability Groups by using SQL Server Management Studio, Transact-SQL, or PowerShell in SQL Server 2016. Resuming a suspended database puts the database into the SYNCHRONIZING state. Resuming the primary database also resumes any of its secondary databases that were suspended as the result of suspending the primary database. If any secondary database was suspended locally, from the server instance that hosts the secondary replica, that secondary database must be resumed locally. Once a given secondary database and the corresponding primary database are in the SYNCHRONIZING state, data synchronization resumes on the secondary database.
ZillionResumes' network of partners, companies, recruiters, professional organizations, individual posters and proprietary Web Scour software feeds our unique candidate-resume database. Many of our candidates are not accessible to other job boards and databases - you won't find them anywhere else but here.What is innovative about resume databases as compared to pre-Internet resume submission is that they feature not only the element of free posting without submission to a specific employer, akin to "job wanted ads" of yore, but also aggregate them on a scale and with search functionality, updating capabilities and audio-visual media supplementation that traditional hard-copy media, such as newspaper ads, were never capable of.