Years ago, if biff told me I had mail, I would swith from whatever I was doing. do a quick read, and return to what I was doing. Just now I got biffed, and the email from CyberCoders is a "job alert" that there is a job in Worcester. I'm already skeptical because when it says Worcester, it could be anywhere from Sturbridge to Middleboro. So, I clicked the "View Job" button, and it takes me... not to CyberCoders, but to Careerbliss, where there is enough info to keep me interested, but it's truncated, and there is a button for "Apply Now!" and a less prominent link for "View more job details". OK lets see more. This brings me to Topusajobs,
which has another truncated description, a link to 635 similar jobs, a "View Job and Apply Now" button, and a link to "more...". OK, slect "more". This one brings me to Job.com, and and it's *still* a truncated description. Yet another link, "View Full Job Description" finally brings me to the complete listing. Each of Careerbliss, Topusajobs, and Job dot com wants me to sign up so they can biff my mailbox with more similar postings.
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