May 27, 2011
Unemployment is at an all time high in the US and more and more people are turning to online job site connect them with employment opportunities in their area. However many people are left with one of two options; option one sign up with larger sites like www.monster.com and get lost in the shuffle or test their luck with some of the newer smaller online employment agencies like www.snagajob.com.
Snagajob is a newer and smaller online search engine that helps people connect with current job opportunities in their area. Most jobs on snagajob are entry-level jobs that seemingly would give anyone a chance at perhaps a new career or trade. There is a problem however, snagajob really does not have any relationship with the companies they claim and most jobs are simply fictitious and are only listed in hopes to elicit personal information from the job seeker. Once snagajob gets you on their site they immediately try to collect as much data as possible from you, thing like home phone numbers, cell phone numbers and home addresses. They do this by simply asking you to upload a resume, or fill out an online job application and BANG they sell all of your personal data to the highest bidder. Once you have filled out an online application at snagajob or uploaded a resume, the phone calls will begin. Telemarketers from all over the world mainly from India will call you day and night. They will force you to change your phone number and is some cases people have become victims of stolen identity. I highly recommend if you are looking for a job stay clear of snagajob and go elsewhere to seek employment