You know how when your applying for a job online where they ask you to fill in the required information .You know where they have asterisks next to the information they requie you to fill in.
I recently saw a job application that asked for my cellphone as if it were my primary phone.Fact is my primary phone is still a landline.I never had a cellphone.Would this be a way to cutdown on the number of applicants?
They probably want to see if they can have access to you at all times. Always think of it that way. Beware. If you get the job and they willingly GIVE YOU a cell.
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