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5 Signals the Job is a Scam

After spending countless hours investigating open positions and conducting job searches online, some job seekers are roped into job scams. Save yourself time and frustration by noting the top five signals that indicate a company might be out to scam you. 1. Immediate Job Offer As exciting as it may sound to receive a job offer at the start of an interview, job seekers should be leery, as this practice is often associated with job scams.
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