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Octagon Global Recruiting LogoOctagon Global Recruiting is a recruiting company that was advertised during the Season four finale, "There's No Place Like Home: Parts 2 & 3". It is the main company involved in the Dharma Initative Recriuting Project.

The company has a website, Octagonglobalrecruiting.com, which people can sign up at. The site now redirects to DharmaWantsYou.com.

The advertisement showed that a recruiting session would take place in San Diego in July 24th-27th. This is the same date and location for the 2008 Comic-Con. In the commercial, it showed a list of positions, which is the following (shown in order from left to right):






Meteorologists
Psychologists
Parapsychologists
Zoologists
Physicists
Mathematicians
Botanical Researchers
Engineers
Builders
Drivers
Health Care Workers
Communications Specialists
Neuroscientists
Janitors
Engineers
Biologists
Astrophysicists
Ex-Military
Electricians
Vets
IVF Consultants
Teachers
Architects
Ichthyologists
Transport Mechanics
Immunologists
Nurses
Illustrators
Auditors
Minibus Drivers
Recycling Coordinators
Aeronautical Engineers
Horticulturists
Dentists



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Octagon Global Recruiting

Emails: Two emails were sent from Octagonglobalrecruiting.com. Both emails were sent before Comic-Con, where the website made its transition to DharmaWantsYou.com. After this, emails were sent from DharmaWantsYou.com. Detailed information and a complete list of emails can be found here.



The logo at Comic-ConComic-Con: At the Comic-Con, there is a booth, where people can sign up to take a test. When ready, they are allowed to enter an octagon shaped room. Inside the room are cameras on the ceiling, and a set of headphones and a television. There are 8 different test, each with their own name: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Amalthea, Himalia, Elara, and Leda. These are the names of 8 moons of the planet Jupiter. The test consists of a series of bizarre questions, such as "You just took away my child's favorite toy. Why?", and strange images, where they must say the first thing that comes to their mind. After the test is complete, which takes around 5 minutes, they are told if they passed or not. They are told to go to the Lost panel on Saturday, with their test sheet, and an ID card that is given to them. There is a code on the back, which can be entered at Dharmawantsyou.com on July 28th. For people that cannot be at San Diego in person, there will be application forms which can be filled out on that website on that day. The site did go up in the late hours of July 28th, already the 29th in most time zones.
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