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Posted by: Learnist Careers
« on: February 21, 2018, 02:41:16 PM »

You can apply for as many as jobs as you like as long as the company allow you to do.
Posted by: Learnistorg
« on: August 31, 2014, 08:10:17 AM »

If you see two jobs at the same company, then it could be tempting to apply for both, especially if you are really keen to work at that particular place. However, this may not be the best idea.


The person recruiting will want to see a candidate who is really serious about the position that they are applying for as well as the company. If the jobs are very different then they may worry about how committed you actually are to that specific position. If the roles are similar but just in different departments then this may not be such a problem. It is something you do need to think about hard before doing and it may be wise to take the position you like the look of the best.


Has anyone had experience of this and what did they decide to do? Did it work out for the best?

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