If you're hunting for a job and months have passed and you still didn't find any luck, you might be wondering if the job websites are fake.
Well, you're not alone. Many people think that job websites are fake because they have a slim chance of getting a job they applied using the Job Website.
The truth is, Job websites are not fake, but most of the jobs found there are not really urgent.
Honestly, some employers, or recruiters, use the job websites to collect CV/ Resume for their future reference, hence, the so called "Resume Bank".
Some (I want to make it clear, not all) recruiters on LinkedIn are posting a fake job post. Some of them are doing that not only to gather CV / Resume but to gain followers too. Meaning, if you applied to them, and you assume you're very fit on the job, and you stop looking for another opportunity, you might end up very disappointed.
To answer your question, Job sites are not fake, but due to hundreds, if not thousand of applicants submitting their resume, your chance of getting a job there is very slim. And even if they put your resume to their bank, and call you after some time, you might have forgotten you applied using their site.
So don't expect too much. Submit your application and hope that one of the jobs you applied for is a top urgent, not those fake job advertisement just posted to collect CV and Resume.
Now maybe your question is, are the jobs here in your website a top urgent? We can't say 100% sure, but why don't you try submitting your application and see if you will get a call.