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We aim to empower job seekers and employees through the promotion of their best interests, advice and encouragement.

Check out our discord here: https://discord.gg/TY6ErXV

We are not for job listings.#### Description

Welcome to /r/jobs!

Please make sure to set flair for your posts to facilitate categorization.

Please read the FAQ before posting.


  • (1) No Job Posts, No Self Promotion. This community is not a jobs board. No Job Posts or Self Promotion of any kind. Posts and/or comments of any "job boards", "job listings", "recruiters", "services", "ads" - regardless of "free" or "paid" are not allowed. If you want to advertise, please buy an ad .

  • (2) General Conduct - This is a professional, family friendly sub - Foul Language is not welcome. Please keep discussions civil. No posts or comments making personal attacks or wishing harm to others or themselves.

  • (3) Please be specific with your post title. Refrain from using vague titles such as "I need help" and similar.

  • (4) Articles may be posted as links. The title of article submissions must begin with "[Article]". All other types of content, including videos, must be submitted as a text post.

  • (5) Posts which do not relate to job/career advice are not allowed. Posts primarily consisting of complaints about co-workers, bosses, recruiters or otherwise should "low quality posts" will be removed if flagged. We will be lenient, as long as the post is somewhat related to /r/jobs ( The core mission of /r/jobs is for "How to get a Job" or "How to quit a job" ) , we will allow it as long as it follows all other rules.

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The most common phrases the members use:

entry level
feel like
bring myself
store manager
taco bell

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