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When a company states that it is no longer accepting applicants what does this mean? Have they filled the post, had enough applications or something else? Does anyone know?

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Re: What does it mean when a company is no longer accepting applicants?
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2014, 09:28:32 AM »
It is likely that they mean that they cannot cope with any more job application forms. They may not necessarily have filled the post. In some cases though, they may have decided they are no longer going to employ someone or they may have already filled the position. What do others think?


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