Safe Job Search

A SmartJob Search is a SafeJob Search
Beware of the false job postings that get listed online from time to time and ask for your personal information illegally
The placement of such false job postings is a violation of the Monster Terms of Use and may also be a criminal violation of the federal and/or state law.
Monster is dedicatedly working towards stopping this abuse and providing you the safest possible environment to search & apply to jobs and manage your career
  • Here are some important tips to use when dealing with prospective employers
  • Do not give your confidential details unless you are sure that the other party is who they claim to be. For example, you could ask them for a call-back number to use for verification purposes
  • Be careful when sharing credit card or bank information, or engaging in any monetary transactions. Be sure to verify the legitimacy of the employer with whom you are interacting
  • Do not provide any non-work-related personal information (e.g., Social Security Number, eye color, marital status, etc.) over the phone or online
  • Be cautious when dealing with contacts outside your own country
  • Be wary of emails that offer an opportunity that involves acting as a go-between for money transfers. Disregard the email and
    DO NOT follow through with the employment offer being made
Reporting fraud
If you see a questionable Job Posting or any potential misuse of the Monster site or its brand, please report the suspected fraud to Monster
If you think you have been a victim of fraud, immediately report the committed fraud to your local police and contact Monster, so that steps can be taken for your safety