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Job Magician Turn Off Your Spam Filters!  
  • Job offers and correspondence with employers can be swallowed up by spam filters. Spam doesn't really cause you much grief, but can cost you an opportunity, so don't use them.



If you are looking for a job, TURN OFF YOUR SPAM FILTERS!  Periodically, I’ll speak to a candidate, send them an email, and not hear from them.  I often guess that this means that the candidate isn’t interested, and move on. A few weeks later, the candidate will call me and tell me that they just found my email in their spam folder, which they only check once or twice a month.A few weeks wait may cost you a job offer, so you need to turn off those spam filters, which don’t differentiate well between porn ads and legitimate contacts.  You may have to endure some bootleg Viagra solicitations, stock tips for bogus companies and make-a-million-dollars-quick propositions from the Deputy Minister of the Treasury of Nigeria, but that is a small price to pay.

 




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