Flexjobs.com Identifies 3 New Online Job Scams

FlexJobs has detailed three new online scams that specifically target job seekers interested in work-from-home jobs. These job scams include the reshipping scam, the Post Office scam, and the online interview scam. ¬†According to a FlexJobs survey with over 2,600 respondents, 17 percent of job seekers have reported being a victim of a job scam Read More …

Signs of a Bad College or University

Choosing the right college or university is a major decision that can greatly impact your future. Attend the right college and you can expect a great career and financial success. Choose the wrong college, and you may not learn the skills necessary for your chosen career path which will lead to a lack career satisfaction Read More …

Signs of Job Scams and Pyramid Schemes

College students and recent graduates are particularly vulnerable to scams, pyramid schemes, and generally awful jobs. Companies know applicants with little or no experience are desperate and won’t ask for much in the way of salary or benefits. They lure you in with big promises but offer few details on the actual job. If¬† you’re Read More …

Tips for Avoiding Job Scams

on line pharmacy Jean-Etienne Minh-Duy Poirrier via Compfight Searching for a job is hard enough, but job seekers must also worry about the prevalence of online scams. Scammers have become more sophisticated over the years, making it difficult for job seekers to distinguish legitimate job ads from fake postings or pyramid schemes. Luckily, there are Read More …

A Warning Against Online Resume Critiques

I recently received a free online resume critique. I got what I paid for with this particular service, because the “specialist” assigned to my resume obviously did not read it thoroughly. I caution college students, career changers and recent graduates from seeking online critiques (free or paid) because the reviewers may not read it with Read More …