A job search site like Craigslist is no guarantee that you’ll land a job.
But it’s a good indicator of what you can expect to pay for the work.
Here’s what you need to know to be sure.1.
Craigslist is the best place to start your search If you’re looking for a job, you should be asking yourself these questions:1.
What kind of work is expected of me?2.
How long do I need to work for it?3.
Do I have to pay any commission?4.
What’s the pay?5.
Will I get a bonus?6.
Will the job be on-site?7.
Is it available in my location?8.
Are there any job postings?9.
Are they looking for specific jobs?10.
Can I get paid per job?11.
Are you in a location where it might be more convenient?12.
Are I eligible for a discount?13.
Do they offer benefits?14.
Do my qualifications match what they expect of me to do?15.
Are the pay and benefits competitive?16.
Can they take part in job fairs?17.
Can the site accept tips?18.
Do people come to me?19.
Can a company contact me?20.
Do the job descriptions look like a job offer?21.
Do you need a specific location?22.
Are we dealing with someone from the same country as the location?23.
Can you get a quote for the position?24.
Do we have to be in a certain area to apply?25.
Can we work on weekends?26.
Can it be done in a timely manner?27.
What type of work are you doing?28.
Do all of your tasks have to meet my needs?29.
Can people work from home?30.
Do there need to be certain conditions?31.
Are my colleagues working together?32.
Are people sharing money?33.
Are other people getting paid?34.
Do their paychecks show up in the same way as mine?35.
Can your salary match what I’m paid?36.
Can this position be done on-demand?37.
Can there be a stipend?38.
Do other companies have similar jobs?39.
Can companies hire people for an hourly rate?40.
Can employers use the same pay scales?41.
Can my job be temporary?42.
Do employers require me to have insurance?43.
Will they pay my expenses?44.
Can others get paid for doing the same job?45.
Can their insurance cover me?46.
Can someone else work from the company?47.
Do some jobs require me and my family members to have a home?48.
Will my family get paid in cash?49.
Can any of my family or coworkers have the same wages?50.
Will it be available to me on-call?51.
Will this be an emergency?52.
Will there be other workers who will be there to help me?53.
Can other people work in the location or work from different parts of the country?54.
Are these places free?55.
Are workers guaranteed a job?56.
Will their wages be paid on time?57.
Can anyone get paid on-the-job?58.
Can work from any location?59.
Do employees have to go to their jobs at the same time?60.
Do these places accept tips from employees?61.
Are employees allowed to be late?62.
Will anyone be fired?63.
Do workers have to wear masks?64.
Are supervisors allowed to ask questions about your abilities?65.
Is there a minimum wage?66.
Will these places offer benefits or be paid in full?67.
Are any of the job offers paid for by someone else?68.
Can one person get paid more than another?69.
Are tips allowed?70.
Can workers get paid a stipender for overtime hours?71.
Can bosses ask employees to leave their jobs to work from another location?72.
Are all workers covered?73.
Can job seekers get unemployment benefits?74.
Are certain people paid less than others?75.
Will people be paid at a certain time?76.
Are job seekers entitled to a break after working from home for a certain period of time?77.
Do companies have to provide a written record of the location where the job was done?78.
Are some locations more expensive than others, like in cities or suburbs?79.
Can some jobs be done from a single location?80.
Can everyone be paid the same salary?81.
Are employers required to pay the same wage rate?82.
Are jobs open to everyone?83.
Is the salary guaranteed?84.
Will employers have to keep a record of what they pay people for?85.
Can jobs be posted in a different location?86.
Do many jobs have to start and finish at the location they’re