FindTheRightJob.com is a jobs database website that acts as an aggregate, collecting job postings from around the internet, including from other jobs boards and databases.
At Find The Right Job, they claim that “If you love your job, you’ll be 150% happier with your life” than compared to someone who does not like their job. Because of this, the primary goal of FindTheRightJob.com is to find you a certificate or degree program to help you get your dream job.
When you first sign up at FindTheRightJob.com, you will be given a questionnaire regarding your level of education and educational goals. Based on your responses, Find The Right Job will share your information with schools and certificate programs.
These schools and programs will then contact you regarding the potential programs they have for you. When you fill out the questionnaire, you are giving FindTheRightJob.com permission to share or sell your information.
If you do not want information regarding a certificate or degree program, then FindTheRightJob.com will provide you with a very basic, general list of job postings that meet your most basic criteria.
Often in order to find out more about the job postings, you will be sent to an entirely different website, many of which require you to enroll at their website to receive more information. So, unless you are interested in furthering your education, FindTheRightJob.com is not likely the best job source for you.
43 ‘FindTheRightJob.com’ Reviews
Optimistic Trusting Soul? You Won't Be After FindTheRightJob.com!
Three minutes after entering my phone number and e-mail and even before I had finished their questionnaire, I received a call from FindTheRightJob.com. I'm thinking 'Gee, that's fast!' Anyway, the caller was very professional until I tried asking questions; he kept cutting me off with "Sir, Sir, Sir...!!!" that's when I realized he was reading from a script ( are you listening, Torian P, "Career Advisor" ? (sic) ) and that I was throwing him off his momentum and delaying him from meeting his call quota. Desperate for work, I thought 'OK, let's see where this is going' and let him continue. When he got to the line "and I heard that you're interested in furthering your education?" ( he didn't hear it from me!) I initially said yes, but then I remembered that I fell for this con before with another site and I said 'No, strike that. I'm not interested!' and BANG! HE HANGS UP!!!
findtherightjob.com (workforce something)
Received two calls from 949 284-4198. I answered the second call. The caller said she was from workforce something and findtherightjob.com. She asked if I could verify my email address. I asked her why. She said because I had recently visited their site, and she wanted to verify that my information was correct so she could send me good job opportunities. I felt uncomfortable and suspicious about this. She further insisted that I needed to give her my email address. Which I told her that I did not need to give her anything. What is strange is that websites collect your email address into their database if you give it to them by registering on their site. They sometimes send a follow-up email asking to verify that you want to receive information from them - it is called "double-opt-in". So, why does findtherightjob.com need to call me to get my personal information (email, etc)? The caller was also rude to me, and refused to offer more information when I asked her why she was asking me to give her my information. I think findtherightjob.com is a some sort of scam.
I live in Monroe, Michigan
I just recently lost job and started looking on line. And these people started calling sometimes as often as three times a day. It is shown as a local phone number on the caller id. At first I did not answer; I always scan the calls. I finally answered to find out who that was calling. The rep who had funny accent which made it hard to understand immediately started asking me when I graduated from high school. None of his business, thank you! Instead of giving him the answer, I asked what organization he was with again. Mind you, I have never known there existed a web site called "findtherightjob.com".
Please stop calling me. I have plenty of education and experience in the industry. I don't need someone like these people to flood my caller id.
worked for this company, they don't actually send you job listings that you want/are qualified for just a general list of things like warehouse work/fast food. it's all a scam, they're owned by the collegebound network which gets paid to refer people to colleges. that simple.
OMG! This site is terrible they send you emails every five minutes and call you on your personal cell phone everyday. Do not put in your information. They are telemarketers and a scam site that will drive you crazy!