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I am having problems finding a legitimate company in my area. Can anyone help me find one I can trust? I have been scammed before and need to be careful, but I still need to work. 

 

Answer

 These three things are important to look for when determining if an employer is legitimate:

  1. Their website isn't extensive, the content is consistent with clear business writing, and the business concept makes sense.

 

  1. They list all their employees (and there are a lot) with pictures, and each links to a legitimate LinkedIn profile.

 

  1. They have a company page on LinkedIn with lots of recent posts and employer branding-type content that is directly related to what they do.
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