Thread: Question?

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    Whats up guys.. when applying for different departments, what is the pro's and con's to continuous recruitment positions versus deadline date recruitments? Such as big cities that have continuous recruitments and hire off of an eligibility list, versus say when an application period closes and those selected to test then move on. Any differences, or any easier?

    Reason I am asking is, I submitted my application to a big city department that does a hiring process then your put on an elgibility test, and also applied at a department that does it's testing and then those passing everything gets hired. Which is the better one?

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    Default Difference??

    I think the only difference has money to test yearly vs. a Department who can only test every two or three years. It's your pick...which Department do YOU want to work for. Most times its small Departments that test every two or three years. The Big Ones...every year. I hope this helps.

    Jay Dudley, Retired Fire
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