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Is it true that the jobs offered by flexjobs are the same jobs offered on 'free' job posting websites? And if so, what is the point of paying flexjobs
asked by Vivian S. on 9/24/17
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FlexJobs is a subscription job search service designed to help people find legitimate, professional-level, pre-screened telecommuting and flexible jobs. The reason job seekers need to sign up for a membership and pay a fee is that we dont allow ads on our site, and employers post their jobs for free so that we can screen them and remove any scams/bogus business opportunities/junk that comes through. While employers are able to post their jobs wherever they see fit, employers using FlexJobs feel that our candidates are committed working professionals. Free job search sites dont have a pre-screening process for their job listings or companies, so job seekers are exposed to countless scams. By being a subscription service for job seekers, we show that were 100% committed to them, not to advertising or to job scammers. Weve been featured by CNN, the Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, Forbes, and many other major media outlets http://www.flexjobs.com/PressReviews.aspx . Were a member of the Better Business Bureau, weve received the VeriSign Trust Seal, were certified by TRUSTe for online privacy protection, and were a Certified McAffee SECURE Site to prevent online threats. Were also the first and only job search site to receive an Online Trust Leadership Award for Excellence. Forbes named us one of the Top 75 Websites for Your Career. You can view all our awards and certifications here http://www.flexjobs.com/awards. In addition, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, no questions asked. If youre unsatisfied with our services for any reason, all you have to do is request a refund from our Client Services team. Its as simple as that. Please let me know if you have any other questions as you research us online!http://www.flexjobs.com/PressReviews.aspx
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