How to check job seeker genuinity

One of the major goals of an individual now a day is to find a job. In this competitive world one should be earning in order to sustain a living. Unemployment is amajor stigma on one’s personality. The most pragmatic thought which ponders into the mind is to have a respectable and well paid job. Now days due to increasing population and hike in prices, the hub bub is how to sustain a well living. The obvious option appears to find a perfect job. Most of all, the question is about how genuine the job is.

Many individuals apply for versatile jobs on social media sites, online in different companies and also sometimes search for the positions in newspaper. Many a time’s the job seeker’s profile gets visible around the internet and other social networking sites. Therecan be a possibilityof getting betrayed by the fake offer and scams. Being a job seeker,it is very important to know how genuine the job offer is because this is one of the easy ways to gain money, treacherously stalking the peopleby providing them with most convincing fake job.

To find whether the given job is genuine is not, Google everything.Know the roots of the firm before applying. Check the companies mentioned, website addresses, name used and the phone numbers given. One can post such kind of queries relating fraud job offers, on anti-fraud-busting sites and can read the comments by different people in the post. Some thumb rules ever remembered are that if a job asks you to use credit cards for payments or bank account or force to open one, or asks to send or mail any kind of demand draft, cheque or money order, or to use Western Union or moneygram, to pay the VISA charges, travelling fees etc. all these are the indications that something is wrong. Make sure that the offer is made only when you have one to one interviews and they don’t ask for any kind of payments.

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