Job Posting Guidelines

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These four guidelines would help you get better results when you post jobs:

  1. Clearly state what your job opening is about
    Job description must give job seekers good idea about employee responsibilities and required skills.
    Good examples: Registered nurse, Software developer.
    Bad examples: "Work at home" and "Contact us to find out what the job is about".

  2. Include keywords that help job seekers find your job posting.
    See examples of the most popular job search keywords.

  3. Avoid duplicates.
    Job seekers don't like to see duplicates of the same job opening. Job search sites delete or hide such duplicates.
    If you have more than one job opening — go ahead and post all of them, but please don't post duplicates.
    See also: How to avoid duplicates with multiple locations jobs.

  4. Single job description per posting
    Please do NOT include multiple jobs into single posting.

  5. Don't ask for money from job seekers. You have to pay your employees, not the other way around.
    If you're asking for money directly or indirectly — you are not offering job, you are selling something.
    Please go elsewhere with such offering.

See also:

Job posting questions & answers

How do I post jobs in multiple locations?

Job posting limit

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