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Cut the fat. 1 job per job advert

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 9:28pm Sunday 03 January 2010    Print Article

Why do Recruiters continue to post more than 1 job per job advert? I can understand if the jobs are closely related, and I mean "closely related". But is posting a "latest jobs" or "hot jobs" list really that effective?

It also pays to check the job boards advertiser terms and conditions "advertisers acknowledge and agree that they must only advertise one job role per job advertisement..." they will charge you!

Recruiters need to act smarter, and think about how candidates are searching for jobs. There is no need to create another job board within a job board.






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 Fundoo Recruiter (4:59pm Sunday 10 January 2010)

Agree with you..Thomas.


 Brad Stewart (8:14am Friday 12 February 2010)

Totally agree... confusing for the job seeker and in a primitive form - cheating a bit, if that makes sense?


 Brian (8:34pm Wednesday 03 March 2010)

I am totally agree with you. Those things confuse all the jobseekers.


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