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Posted November 30, 2012 by

Report Deceptive Entry-Level Marketing/Sales Companies

CollegeRecruiter.comCollegeRecruiter.com job seekers who are concerned about whether jobs are real or scams should do some research on-line before applying to those jobs and definitely before sending any money, bank account information, etc. Here’s a great source that I found:

Followers and readers may leave comments about deceptive entry-level, no experience required, no degree required marketing/management/sales jobs. Warn job seekers about companies that you have experienced via interviews including the infamous all-day second interview. The more people that you can warn about job scams, the more people that you…

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Report Deceptive Entry-Level Marketing/Sales Companies

Posted December 21, 2011 by

4 Ways to Spot a Recruiting Scam

For the unemployed, job scams are like a kick in the shins when you’re already down. Unfortunately, with thousands of resumes posted on job boards, chances are that scammers will get a hold of your information from time to time. It’s bound to happen — but don’t let it get you down.

At one time or another, every unemployed job seeker will suffer from that terribly disappointing feeling of their heart dropping when they realize that the opportunity of lifetime is too good to be true. (more…)