They called me. I didn't answer. Do you know who was it?
Careertrack! the person said i had marked a spot to have calls about schooling.
This is a text message for a debt collector called Portfolio Recovery Associates.
How dare them...they assume they can text me and use my minutes and time.... After all not everyone has unlimited time....I think they should be reported to the Better Business Bureau!
I got one here in FL... text message... I called the #... It's Career Track...
Another pitch to get your money.
link to the job if this helps
Human Resources Assistant
Confidential (Boston, Massachusetts)
January 21, 2010
Boston, MA 02111
Are you good at making first impressions?
Are you attentive to people?s needs and details?
If you are this person then we have an immediate opening for an entry-level Human Resources Assistant. Duties include applicant screening, skill evaluation, applicant interviews and recommendations.
The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational skills, be dependable and have strong time management skills. The position offers excellent Human Resources training and advancement opportunities.
Competitive pay ranging from $29,500 to $35,000, depending upon experience. This position is Full-time with a full benefits package and company perks.
submitted job app through jobcooler.com and received a text from this number less than 1/2 hour after submitting online application. the application was pretty simple to fill out (basic info name address phone email and resume upload). considering the fact that I was contacted by text and within such a short period of time after my application submission I will not return the text message which read something like : "Hi _____, call me about the _____ position you applied for. 1-888-422-2240. text "stop" to cancel."
I've been job hunting for a while, and recruiters typically call, rather than leave text messages. Also, I've learned in these tough economic times with unemployment rate at its high resulting in intense competition among jobseekers, HR offices are inundated with apps and usually take a loooonngg time to review them. Therefore my chances of getting called back right away are extremely slim. So why should I expect this to be legitimate? Bull.