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5 Questions To Help You About Job Scams
 

5 Questions To Help You About Job Scams

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he process of finding work can be difficult and stressful. Looking for flexible jobs is even harder, given that there are an estimated 60-70 scams for every legitimate work-at-home job.

he process of finding work can be difficult and stressful. Looking for flexible jobs is even harder, given that there are an estimated 60-70 scams for every legitimate work-at-home job.

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    5 Questions To Help You About Job Scams 5 Questions To Help You About Job Scams Presentation Transcript

    • you should research companies and professionals to the best of your ability. If you aren’t at all familiar with the company, look for a mailing address and phone number, as well as any feedback on sites such as Better Business Bureau, Rip-off Report, and other reputable websites.
    • You should never have to pay to get hired by a company. Freelance jobs will often require you to have your own home office that allows you to work productively and efficiently. However, professional employment opportunities will not cost you money for training, company-supplied materials
    • Wouldn’t it be great if we could all make $10,000 a week for 10 hours of work? Honestly, if these jobs were real, the companies would have a line out the door with people looking to fill the position. A big salary generally requires a great deal of education, experience, and effort. You should expect to pay your dues and be paid an amount that is commensurate with your background and ability.
    • A legitimate company is not going to ask for things such as your bank account information, social security number, driver’s license number, or credit card information. Employers will need some personal data for payroll and tax purposes, but they should never ask for it before a job offer has been offered and extended.
    • Is the person you are corresponding with using an email address that is personal (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo!, Hotmail, etc.), one that ends with a foreign country code, or is just a little different from others at the company? Are you being interviewed via IM, not being interviewed at all, or contacted via text message? Is the job title “work at home”? Follow your instincts. If something seems not quite right, question it and be prepared to walk away.
    • The AMCAT is India’s first employability assessment test that help fresh graduates to get their first job quickly and efficiently.