6 Red Flags You Should Pay Attention to in a Job Description
Searching for a new job, especially when finances are tight, can be a daunting task. As soon as you wake up, you head to your computer and frantically search for job postings. And each time you send out a resume, you say a prayer as if your life depended on it. When the phone rings, you pick up eagerly, hoping it's a hiring manager. Much to your dismay, it's usually just another bill collector calling to harass you about an unpaid debt. You keep explaining you'll get a job soon, and plead for another 30 days to pay your bill (if only it worked that way). The cycle continues each month and you're running out of money.
Unfortunately, your anxiety about finding work could cloud your judgment. Not paying close attention to a job description could cause you to accept a position at a job you end up hating. Even if you're desperate for work, it's important to read the job description closely. There are some red flags that could signal trouble down the road. Here are six key terms you should pay attention to in a job description. In some cases, certain words can tip you off about whether you're interviewing for the job from hell...
by Idham Azhari