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Here's a real winner IT consluting company

By Dr Dij ·
I was checking this out in a CA job listing.

http://ust-global.com/

The job listing was incredibly vague, not listing ANY of skills needed, and very short. No online apply now. Listed only an email address at this website.

Blatant spelling mistake on their front page, reeks of quality company? Does this indicate the quality of websites they create?

"WHAT WE DO...
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At UST, our focus is to provide world class business slolutions[sic] to a wide range of businesses using cutting edge IT components."

Lot of real winners out there!

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Here's one from craigslist

by NickNielsen In reply to Here's a real winner IT c ...

http://tinyurl.com/cb98l5

System Administrator, experienced in Server/client networking, Advanced in Troubleshooting net work problems, Above all have a good work Ethic Know the value of being to work on time and be ready to perform assigned duties with out supervision.

DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU HAVE A GREAT ATTITUDE AND CAN WORK AS A TEAM MEMBER!

* Location: Columbia, SC
* Compensation: starting 30K plus for right person
* Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
* Please, no phone calls about this job!
* You may contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.


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1. 30k for an experienced Sysadmin? :0 I make more than that as a support tech. ****, I know store clerks that make almost that much!
2. "...know the value of being to work on time..." So you're going to be watching the clock and the door every morning. Do you give credit for early arrival and working through lunch? Probably not...
3. "DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU HAVE A GREAT ATTITUDE AND CAN WORK AS A TEAM MEMBER!" Do not apply unless you're so desperate for a paying job you're willing to work for some micro-managing @sshole paying low-ball wages.

Edit: Consluting? Or Consulting?

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Those are both frightening

by seanferd In reply to Here's one from craigslis ...

but I love the commentary.

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