Hello fellow job seekers. Here is the link to this week's North Coast Hot Jobs listing, https://www.scribd.com/doc/272652028/North-Coast-Hot-Jobs-Jul-27-2015. Clicking on that link will send you to Scribd where I have to post the listing, because this free site will not allow it. You can read the listing there for free, but if you want to download it, you must make an account.
Here's something I posted before;
Job Hunting Tip #10. Craigslist job hunting scams part two
There are ways to help you determine whether a job posting is legitimate or fake. Here is a list of red flags to look out for.
1) Asking for money, credit or debit info.
2) They want to send you money to put into your bank.
3) They want your social security number.
4) They want you to send a photo copy of your I.D. to verify.
5) They want a background check BEFORE you are considered for a position or they are asking for personal information.
6) Job contact email address does not match the company name (i.e. email@example.com instead of firstname.lastname@example.org.
7) Mystery shoppers, work at home or online jobs.
8) Multiple misspellings in a job notice.
9) Upfront fees.
10) Earn money in a hurry.
11) Work at home.
12) No company name.
13) Have to use job board email. It could be anyone.
14) Check cashing and wire transfers.
15) Continuously open job that does not reply. They might be data harvesters gathering personal info from resumes sent to them.
Ok, that's all for now. Have a good one.
Jim Allen, MBA, Vet