This is the fourth installment of a five-part series looking at the pay gap between freelancers and job seekers.
As part of our PayScale survey, we asked freelance resume authors to explain why they choose to work with freelancers to create their resume, and how much they pay them.
In part two, we’ll look at why some job seekers will pay freelancers a premium to create a resume.
The first part of the series will examine the differences between freelance and paid resumes.
In part three, we will explore the pay gaps between freelance resume creators and job candidates.
In Part Four, we’re looking at how freelancers can help businesses create more professional resumes.
What are the pay differences between freelancing and paid resume writers?
What is a paid resume?
Freelance resumes are documents that freelancers create in order to create an online resume that can be read by other job seekers and hired for a job.
The pay for a paid document varies depending on the nature of the job.
If the freelancer is an independent contractor, the pay is paid in the form of a commission.
If freelancers are paid in a commission, they earn the commission by listing on job boards, listing on LinkedIn, and so on.
For example, a freelance writer could make $150 a day, and a paid agent could make a salary of $300.
A freelance resume also contains all of the necessary information for job seekers to complete the application process.
For freelancers, the process for creating a paid, professional resume is very simple.
The process starts with a web form where the freelancers is required to complete several forms including an online interview, a cover letter, resume, application, cover letter of interest, and other forms.
Once the form is complete, the freelance resumes are emailed to the freelancing agent.
The paid version of a resume is paid for by the client and sent to the employer via e-mail.
For many freelance resume companies, the paid version is sent via fax, so the freelances employer does not have to pay the fee.
As a freelance resume creator, you earn a commission for each document you create, typically $2.25 to $5.00 per document.
The freelancer who creates a paid version pays a fee based on the type of document created and whether it is an online or an offline resume.
Paid resumes can be for: job interviews, resumes for remote workers, online jobs, resume writing, job posting, and more.
Paid resume writers typically earn $30-$60 per document and often earn $100-$200 per document when creating multiple documents.
As with paid resumes, a paid freelancer does not earn any commission when a document is posted on job postings, job boards or LinkedIn.
However, freelancers who post multiple paid resumes earn an additional $5 per document that is not posted on the resume’s LinkedIn page.
What if a freelancers paid resume is found to be false?
What if the paid resume contains a false claim?
Freight resume writers are hired by employers to create and deliver paid resumes to clients.
In order to hire a freelance freelance resume writer to create the paid professional resume, the employer must pay the freelance writer a commission that is based on whether the paid freelance resume is verified as an online professional resume or not.
The commission for a verified online professional is usually $50-$75 per document, with an additional amount depending on whether or not the document is a resume for a remote worker.
The freelance resume created by a paid freelance writer is also the basis for the freelance resume.
When a freelance resumes is verified, the fee for a freelance professional resume must be calculated based on that document’s cost.
When calculating the commission for the paid personal resume, a freelancing resume writer must calculate the commission based on their commission and the estimated cost of the document.
If a paid personal professional resume has multiple errors, the commission is based solely on the first error.
If a paid professional resumes has multiple false claims, the freelanced resume writer earns a $20 per false claim fee and the freelance resume’s commission is calculated based upon that false claim.
What happens if I don’t receive a paid Professional Resume?
If you receive a freelance paid professional document but no paid personal paid professional, you can contact us.
We will contact you with the final details of the case.
What if I have multiple freelance paid professionals?
If a freelance job seeker receives multiple paid professional documents, and one of the documents does not match their resume and is not verified as a paid professionals professional, they will receive a $40 per false claims fee.
The freelance paid resumes can also be considered a false resume.
We do not guarantee that a freelance personal paid resume will be considered as a professional professional paid resume.
It depends on the case and the work performed.
If you have multiple paid personal personal paid resumes and no paid professional professional documents and you believe that you have been wrongly identified as