95% of Online Recruitment Sites Illegal
95% of Online Recruitment Sites Illegal

95% of Online Recruitment Sites Illegal

95% of Online Recruitment Sites Illegal

Some 95% of online recruitment sites in Iran are illegal.
The Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare and Cyber Police of the Islamic Republic of Iran are on the watch to identify and stop the activities of these sites, the head of Iran Recruitment Center said.
“Presently, there are about 800 domestic and 110 foreign licensed job counseling and recruitment centers active across the country,” Babak Hashemipour was also quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency.

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