Carreon said more consumers are arming themselves with knowledge, actually calling the Better News Bureau to see if the job is sketchy before sending off their application. The biggest takeaway? There are jobs out there, but do your homework.
“Be wary if you just get a call or an email saying, ‘hey, I saw your resume, I want to offer you a job,’ if they didn’t really do an interview of they kind of just ask you a few questions and don’t really ask about your background,” Carreon said. “Employers are hard up right now, but they still want to meet up with candidates who will be good fits for the long term.”
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