So, from yesterday…
There’s obviously lots of PHP jobs posted out there.
But, Leon asked this in response to that video:
“How many companies lie about their intentions to hire, to create a false shortage, to argue for more (cheaper) foreign workers?”
I’ll keep it real.
My gut reaction is:
“Who gives a f!@#?”
It’s not ALL of them. I know that. And the only way you’ll really know is to apply. It just feels like an excuse to me. And, that gets my inner grumpy old man outta his chair.
Let me be civil.
I looked it up. I can’t find any hard numbers on it. I saw one guy said 87%, but didn’t provide a single shred of evidence to back up his claim.
And, that seems like a ridiculous number to me.
So, don’t fall for any numbers anyone might spout off.
Unless they give you some real evidence for it.
But, there’s a really simple way you can tell if a job is fake or not. It’s called their “employment brand”. Think of something like Glassdoor.
Is the company reviewed there?
Or, does it have reviews on Indeed?
Does it have a “what it’s like to work here” on its site?
A company’s employment brand is content, both on and off its own site, that talk about what it’s like to work there, what job openings they have, how to apply…
If it does, it’s probably legit.
If not, probably not.
And when you find a job posting on one of the 10 different sites I showed you in the video, yesterday, you can take about 5 seconds and google a company before applying.
It’s that easy.
So, don’t let this be an excuse.
If you’re legit worried about it…
Search on Glassdoor, then.
Filter by a company’s star-rating.
And, take 2 seconds a google each company…
Before you take the time to apply.
So, noooow… with that excu– ahem reeeason put firmly to bed, now what’s stopping you from applying to a bunch of PHP jobs, today?
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