A false announcement of an agency of employment or another company which, in fact, has no vacancies but want to meet curriculum to tell to their customers who have a large number of qualified candidates. A legitimate ad placed by your current employer for the purpose of dealing with a genuine vacancy. If you don’t want to know that you are looking on the other hand, when responding to this type of ad it is a risk. An employment opportunity, is true, but with a company for which no one wants to work. You can be concerned of a well-known by their low wages or bad business practices that want to camouflage their identity as much as possible. We recommend, instead, look at those deployed are large ads (they can be up to a flat, but, generally speaking, they are a quarter of flat or less) which placed companies, with its name, to indicate that they have vacancies. Chadwick Sapenter takes a slightly different approach.
More details about offered jobs, requirements that are searched for the candidate, etc., than the normal classified in these ads. If one gets to see a deployed a job that corresponds to the position you are looking for, it is appropriate to give follow-up. Those deployed are not economic and if a company is investing in them to advertise their vacancies, it is that it is taking seriously the hiring; Hence the advisability of immediately sending the resume. Pay attention, Furthermore, to ads that disappear and reappear after a week or more. This might want to say that the employer not ranked during initial publication or that the person contracted didn’t work.
In any case, it’s an employer who might well be willing to reach an agreement in terms of requirements, salary and other aspects. You must also be aware of small changes in the wording of a listing. They can give an idea of what the employer has seen that you we need in the received curriculum.