[LISTEN] How to avoid falling victim to job scams
The issue of fake job ads is becoming more common, especially amid South Africa's unemployment crisis.
Africa Check has compiled a list of red flags for job seekers to look out for when seeking employment.
Researchers Caley Clifford and Naphtali Khumalo joined Azania Mosaka in studio.
Here is what you should be cautious of:
1. If the link does not take you to the company's official website or o a reputable recruitment agency.
If the advert contains any grammar or spelling errors
When you are asked to pay money for an interview
If the email address and contact details not linked to the actual company
If you are asked to travel to a location that is not the company's office
Click on the link below to hear from researchers Cayley Clifford and Naphtali Khumalo about some of these scams...
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