20 Questions You Should Always Ask About better.com job openings Before Buying It
I don’t know exactly what to do with this job posting. It reads better with a description, so I’ll share my thoughts on it here.
I am currently unemployed. I thought I was being a good citizen and trying to be a good friend to my son by looking for work; but then I realized that my son would never find his father, so I made that decision. I know this because I asked a friend for the exact same reason I’m on this website. People should not be so desperate for money that they think they can just create a job and get it.
It is important though to recognize that our job opportunities are created by those who are interested in them (both those who need and those who want them) and not by those who actually want them. We are the ones who are constantly posting job openings and filling them, and we are the ones who are interested in the job postings and posts but don’t actually want the jobs. So if we want to see good jobs, we should be the ones who post them.
We’re not just another group of people who just create jobs, we’re the ones who make the job posting. We know the jobs exist, and we know the jobs will be filled. We just need to get our act together and post them.
The problem is most job postings are basically just a bunch of people throwing out ideas and hoping someone will write something worth reading. We want to see good jobs, but we dont need to wait for the word to come from the employers, we just need to see them. We need to be interested in the job postings instead of just waiting for someone to write something.
We are in the process of adding more job openings to our website. We post about once a week and if we need to, we go to the employers and ask them if they are hiring. We are just beginning to post more jobs.