Xena Xu

Be Aware of Job Frauds!

It might be hard to find a job under the effects of the pandemic, but it’s also vital to be cautious that there are many job frauds out there. I encountered job fraud while job searching, but fortunately, nothing was lost. Scammers use people’s desire wanting a job to scam your personal info, bank accounts, etc. The one that I encountered was offering a Data Entry Clerk/Administrative Assistant with an implausible high pay. The interviewer was impatient when I ask questions and often ignoring my questions and concerns. If an employer was interested in hiring you, the interviewer should never appear to be impatient or impolite; if that’s the case, it’s most likely that they are trying to scam you.

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Academics – Education, Communities, and Organizations (ECO); Chinese / Class of 2020
Interests – Non-Profit, Social Justice, Education
Identities – she/her