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I am trying to get job details through a Careers RSS feed, but it does not return the proper data.

When I try the below URL I expect C# jobs from London:

http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/feed?tags=c#&location=london

However, it also returns jobs from USA, Germany, Sydney.

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Any reference if this is expected to work? (Like: where did you find that location parameter?) Also note that in a browser you'd need to encode the hash (#). Note sure about RSS clients though. You can easily test by changing the order of tags and location. – Arjan Dec 28 '13 at 14:14

Fix your URL.

Anything after a # will not be sent to a server - it is treated as a fragment.

You need to URL encode it to %23:

http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/feed?tags=c%23&location=london

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