Employment Scam Information

Employment Resources

Fraudulent employers are getting increasingly smart about targeting college students for job scams. With the varying levels of sophistication and tact that these con artists use, it can often times be hard to decipher which job opportunities are legitimate and which are not. 

Job Scams

We've put together a list of some of the most common job scams, along with some tips to help you ensure the jobs you are applying for are authentic.

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What to do if you Discover a Fraudulent Job Posting

If you shared your social security, drivers license, passport numbers or any bank information, notify your local police and contact your bank immediately. Additionally you can:

Not sure if a job posting is legitimate? Schedule an appointment with a Regis University Career Development Specialist to review the posting, research the company and help you determine its legitimacy.

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8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.



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