Why was my job ad rejected?

At Get on Board, all published jobs go through a review process by our editorial team according to our moderation policy.  If we have rejected your job, check the points that we recommend you to modify (salary, functions, requirements, description of the company, etc) edit it, and send it again to be published. The better your job ad is written and described, the more chances you have to be published right away. 

Approximately 20% of all jobs submitted have some problems to solve before they can be published. Here are the main reasons:

  • Little information about the company
  • No distinction is made between required and optional knowledge
  • Job title and description do not match
  • The responsibilities of the position are not clear
  • Responsibilities too broadly defined
  • The requirements of the position are not clear
  • Too vague
  • The real workplace is hidden
  • Writing problems
  • Excluding requirements are indicated in the "optional" field
  • Inconsistency of seniority
  • Excessive requirements
  • Non-relevant requirements
  • Specific institutions of study are required
  • Off-topic
  • Contact information is incorporated
  • Multiple charges
  • The hiring company is not clearly informed
  • Low salary
  • It does not appear to be 100% remote


Check how to create a good job ad. 

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