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What does it usually mean if the job posting is no longer listed?

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What does it usually mean if the job posting is no longer listed?

What does it usually mean if the job posting is no longer listed on the website? I'm sure there is someone here who works for HR and knows how it works.

Does it mean the recruiters are in the process of analyzing and choosing the best canadidate to begin the interview process?

Or does it mean the job position has been filled?

I'm just wondering because I am crossing off from a list of employers I've applied to. This will keep my job hunting more efficient.
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filled or about to be filled.. or the job is not available anymore
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posting has been closed, recruiters are looking at the applicants and choosing candidates
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Smog wrote:
Jan 12th, 2010 5:29 pm
What does it usually mean if the job posting is no longer listed on the website? I'm sure there is someone here who works for HR and knows how it works.

Does it mean the recruiters are in the process of analyzing and choosing the best canadidate to begin the interview process?

Or does it mean the job position has been filled?

I'm just wondering because I am crossing off from a list of employers I've applied to. This will keep my job hunting more efficient.
They aren't taking new applicants. I'd just follow up how you're doing anyhow. What's the worst that can happen? They say "no" :)

Cheers,
Eric
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