Post # 1
I was just wondering. I was hired recently as a pharmacy tech for a major grocery store chain. But I am not happy with it. And I only make $9.75 an hour. So I am still looking for a job that is better suited to my personality. Once in a while, I will check out Craigslist but I’m wondering how effective that is. Does anyone have any stories of applying to a decent job via Craigslist and actually getting the job?
Post # 2
I found my last two jobs on CL, my brother and sis-in-law found their current jobs on CL… keep in mind we’re all in LA, but personal anecdotal evidence shows that YES, you can find legit jobs on CL.
Post # 3
I found my current job on craigslist. Its a decent position, it pays okay, and I’ve been here for going on 2 years.
Post # 4
I found my job on Craigslist, funnily enough, I actually posted the ad to advertise myself. I’ve been working there almost four years now and couldn’t be happier!
Post # 5
I got a few interviews off craigslist ads, but that was after responding to a few dozen ads. I didn’t ever get hired from any of those interviews though.
There’s just so many applicants through craigslist that they pretty much get their pick of the litter. There was always someone more experienced than me who got the job I interviewed for.
Not saying you shouldn’t try, but be aware there’s a lot more you have to do to stand out when applying for a craigslist thing
Post # 6
I got a P T job through CL that paid $15/hr.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2015 - The Lodge at Mackenzie Place
My first two jobs out of college were from Craigslist ads. The third I found on Craigslist and followed their link to apply directly through their website. Of course when I apply to jobs I research the companies and check reviews, etc to make sure they are legit and not a scam for your personal info.
Post # 8
Yes, but it was childcare. I did get a professional interview through Craigslist too though
Post # 9
My last job was found through craigslist, and also 4 other job offers through there. All jobs were $15+ an hour offers.