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Fraudulent job postings are on the rise. Scammers may pose as Applied Materials’ recruiters and solicit personal information, including banking account details, social security numbers, personal background facts, or even money for "company" devices. Fraudulent job postings will frequently use keywords such as "work from home," "quick money," or "unlimited earning potential." These posts often have spelling and grammatical errors or the associated contacts are personal email accounts (e.g.,, To verify recruiters associated with Applied Materials or to address any talent acquisition related concerns please email

Our recruiters or managers never use personal email accounts when contacting candidates. We also do not interview or extend offers to candidates over social media messaging apps or SMS texts.

All Applied Materials communication and employment offers will only come from an official email address: (, and are also official Applied Materials emails). 

For your own protection, please ensure you verify all communication before sending any sensitive or personal information. If you receive any suspicious messages, they should be ignored and reported.