Why do some companies keep job postings only for a day?

I applied for a job that was posted on Monday but disappeared on on Tuesday? Does it necessarily mean that they have already hired someone internally? Or they have enough candidates to fill up the position?

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  • 5 months ago

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  • 5 months ago

    Because they got too many applications and don't have time to read any more. It doesn't mean that they hired someone; it just means that there are enough candidates -- or that so many candidates are unqualified that they decided to look for candidates a different way.

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  • Could be a number of reasons. You're just going to have to see if they decide to contact you.

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  • 5 months ago

    maybe cause they hired someone that same day

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  • Kenny
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    5 months ago

    Could be they have the person already picked out and posting the job is a formality

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Sometimes they realize they made a mistake or don't have the budget, and the ad gets taken down. Maybe Berta decided not to return to college, after all.  Very often, spammers will list a job that sounds like the real deal. If you come across any fake jobs listings, they should be reported.  I saw an ad at a law firm get taken down within two hours. Email went out at 6 am; it was gone by 8 am. Anything can happen. 

    • GORKEM5 months agoReport

      But the job was posted from the company’s own website?

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  • Kenny
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    Because they have selected the number of candidates they wanted to interview already and don't need to see more.

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