I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to raise this issue, but:
The stated purpose of the forum seems to be that the questions should benefit both undegraduates, graduate students and academicians.
A question about writing a cv for an internship was put on hold on vote because it was deemed off-topic and unhelpful to the rest of the community Preparing a curriculum vitae for an undergraduate internship
Fair enough. However similar questions about obtaining research jobs What options does college dropout with great grades, research projects and CV have to return to university (or thinktanks)? or getting into grad school without an undergrad Is it possible to be admitted to a Master's program after not completing Bachelor's degree due to academic dishonesty? seem to be accepted without question, or relevance to the stated purpose of the forum.
So my question is, what is the policy (if any) to ensure consistent moderation? It's not fair for some questions to get put on hold/deleted for being irrelevant when other equally irrelevant questions are allowed to stay up.