The Pros and Cons of Using Ghost Jobs in Your Recruiting Strategy

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Ghost jobs are advertised openings that either don’t really exist or never seem to get filled. There are a few examples of why organizations might create these job openings.

The company is considering an organizational change. Before they finalize the new structure, they run a “ghost job” to see if anyone applies. That helps the organization decide if they can fill this new role.  An organization believes one of their employees is planning to leave. They cannot afford to be without this role, so they run a “ghost job” so they have

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