What elements or information do you look for in a help wanted ad and what kind do you avoid?
I'd avoid anything call center, or claiming you can earn "$400+ a week". Most Sales related ads give you big numbers, but those are based off of serious sales employees who can hustle and push people for those kinds of numbers. I once applied for a mystery shop, to get an email full of spelling errors, and geographical location mistakes. They sent me a check for like, $3,000 and wanted me to wire 2,700 of it back to them. The check was false, and if I'd have cashed it, it would have bounced and I'd been -$3000 penalty and then some.
What you want to look for is a trusted site, number 1. Craigslist, while more immediate, is also full of scammers. Sights like Monster and Snagajob only opened up my email for all sorts of spam, which I still to this day can't stop receiving 90+ entries of spam a week... Indeed.com or even LDSJobs.org are GREAT sights. You don't have to be a member for LDSJobs, and it is so worth looking into. They have lots of helpful insights for standing out to employers, like Me in 30 Seconds, Power Statements, and even a Resume builder section. All kinds of employers upload to the sight daily, and it's trustworthy
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