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Started by: lovesaurus2000
On: 12/02/2019 | 14:13
Replies: 11
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by: lovesaurus2000
on: 12/02/2019 | 14:13

Do you still apply for jobs that dont show what wage is been offerd?

 

I have seen some really great jobs online that I would love to do applied gone to the interview to find out that the wage is two or three thousand per year less than what I am getting now and it really annoys me because its wasting my time and theirs so now if the employer isnt willing to advertise the wage I dont bother applying.

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by: isabel1066
on: 12/02/2019 | 14:23
no wage shown just let them go.
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Message 2 of 12
by: gordonellis1
on: 12/02/2019 | 14:25
There are many companies doesn't show what wages they are offered..
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by: stacydan2468
on: 12/02/2019 | 14:55

Like everything unless it's rubbish you would show it...I don't ever apply if I don't know first

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by: slarti
on: 12/02/2019 | 16:09

@lovesaurus2000 wrote:

Do you still apply for jobs that dont show what wage is been offerd?

 

I have seen some really great jobs online that I would love to do applied gone to the interview to find out that the wage is two or three thousand per year less than what I am getting now and it really annoys me because its wasting my time and theirs so now if the employer isnt willing to advertise the wage I dont bother applying.

When I was last looking for jobs (been self employed for 30 years) if an advert didn't show the rate being offered, I'd phone and ask. If they still wouldn't tell me, then I would write them off.

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by: acetech
on: 12/02/2019 | 17:14
A good wage should be advertised I think but it couldn't hurt to ask if you're otherwise interested in the job, especially if you're already in permanent employment.
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by: janetihill
on: 12/02/2019 | 17:23

Best bet is to  call

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Message 7 of 12
by: bobsta
on: 12/02/2019 | 17:23

What I've learnt is that no mention of salary or wage indicates that the business in question wants to pay peanuts. It's the same with the words 'generous' or 'competitive' being used.

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by: mrbond007
on: 12/02/2019 | 17:28

They should be upfront about it 

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Message 9 of 12
by: daisy_bloom
on: 12/02/2019 | 18:19

I can see why you dont bother going to job interviews when the wage isnt specified you have to take time off work which I am assuming you then have to make up the hours.

 

If a job is local and looks good I go as I would be willing to take a slight wage cut to cut down on travel time and petrol money.

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