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re: These days I often decide to apply for a job (or not) based on backchannel references or what I can find about the managers or founders of the comp...
 

I think those are great examples. It's hard because as you say it's easy to out whatever you want in a job post. I would say its pretty easy to say things like unlimited vacation in a job post, but if everyone is never going to take time off for a recharge what's the point. So I would I think when a post just kind of has the talking points with nothing to back it up that is a red flag and its harder to spot. But some people really like working at those higher places, so it's not that big of a deal I just wish it was more open. Its probably super hard to write good job posts, something I have never done.

Words are hard, in job posts and otherwise. 😉

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