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Making job location part of the headline

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Making job location part of the headline

Postby ichbinjenny » 12 Mar 2010, 18:19

It would help greatly to have the location of the job as part of the job post heading. Users have to click on the post to find out where the job is. It's a pain in the butt. :thumbsdown:

Simple fix: Write a note next to the field on the form that posters fill out: Start the heading with the job location, ie: Zhanghua: Adult Teacher, M-F 5:30-9pm

Maybe this is just a problem with people not knowing how to write subject lines. :cry:

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Re: Making job location part of the headline

Postby maoman » 12 Mar 2010, 18:35

Thanks, ichbinjenny! That's a great suggestion. I'll see if we can implement that. :notworthy:
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Re: Making job location part of the headline

Postby Edgar Allen » 12 Mar 2010, 18:41

Or maybe most people will work anywhere?
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