If It's Too Good to be True, It's Probably a Scam
The scammers typically approach the job seeker via email, after finding their resume on an open source job board.
They will request that you fill out a legitimate looking "job application" that will require date of birth, SIN, and possibly your banking info.
The scammers will ask you to send a scanned copy of your driver's license "with sensitive information severed out," to ensure you they are a real company..
Phone interviews are another way for the scammers to ask you questions and obtain more intelligence to steal your identity.
Be wary of offers of making $2000 a week while working from home, this would be a dream job for all of us. Watch out for the "employer" who wants to hire you right away without an interview, or of any potential job offer that requires you to spend money or do bank transfers.