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Why Was The Job Re-Posted After I Did So Well On The Interview? (VIDEO)


There are many reasons why would jobs are reposted after a good interview. Here, I offer a few alternatives. They’re very logical if you place yourself in the employer’s shoes.

Do you really think employers are trying to help you?

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2 thoughts on “Why Was The Job Re-Posted After I Did So Well On The Interview? (VIDEO)

  1. The company I work at does this all the time..they don’t have a slot but
    they can interview. Happens a lot in the winter months when hiring freezes
    apply yet managers want to have prospects ready when the freeze lifts.
    Often several people are wooed simultaneously. I have seen positions
    reclassified as needing a diversity hire. Bottom line – assume any job
    opening is yours to apply to but never ever stop looking unless you have a
    written offer with a start date, and even then keep going for 2 months –
    our division was sold off and a brand new employee had literally 6 hours
    notice we would all either be moved by the company or released once the
    deal closed..

  2. The company I work at does this all the time..they don’t have a slot but they can interview. Happens a lot in the winter months when hiring freezes apply yet managers want to have prospects ready when the freeze lifts. Often several people are wooed simultaneously. I have seen positions reclassified as needing a diversity hire. Bottom line – assume any job opening is yours to apply to but never ever stop looking unless you have a written offer with a start date, and even then keep going for 2 months – our division was sold off and a brand new employee had literally 6 hours notice we would all either be moved by the company or released once the deal closed..

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