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Beware of the fake national employment fund’s job ad seeking 1200 young graduates

Paru le vendredi, 23 juillet 2021 18:11

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A fake job announcement attributed to the national employment fund FNE is currently being shared on social media. The said announcement claims that the FNE is seeking 1,200 young graduates to serve as part-time secondary school teachers for the 2021-2022 school year. The recruitment falls within the framework of the FNE’s Graduate Employment Program aimed at integrating young graduates without professional experience into the production circuit, the fake ad claims.

The "recruitment" will boost the "teaching capacities of public and private colleges and high schools in Cameroon to facilitate the implementation of safety measures," it adds, asking interested candidates to submit their resume, diploma, and identification document through the following email: Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.

Beware, this is a fake job announcement.  The aim is to collect as much personal information as possible from job seekers through their CVs and/or cover letters and to extort them by asking for application processing fees.  Due to the multiplication of fake job ads involving it, the FNE calls for users’ vigilance reminding them that all of its services are free.

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