It’s just another day in the job hunting world.
Yes, I’m still at it.
Last week was pretty interesting; the company that had the open position turned out to be a one office hole, operating out of a newish McMansion home — the office was in the corner of a basement; it did not look like there were tenants in the home.
The company touted themselves as a “trader for the high tech industry.” Turns out that translated into “we sell computer parts to our home country.”
The company didn’t even have a website. How do you figure that? Everybody’s got a website now, if they’re a business — and if not a website, at the very least, a webpage. Corner bars and neighborhood delis and the tiniest of businesses have websites and webpages; this “company” couldn’t even manage that much.
To be a somewhat credible company, you must have a website. The moral to the story here: if there is no website attached to the company, move on. Don’t apply for their “job.” To me, this is not a company at all, if no website exists.
Is this what job seekers have to look forward to: jobs being offered by nonentity self-appointed and self-proclamed “companies” that are not even companies at all?