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Stefano sindoni
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I keep getting letters telling me that they’re looking for someone that more meets their needs. I’ve been applying for jobs that I have 25 years experience how can I not read their needs? #application #ageism

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debra ethan
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Stefano Sindoni: Here are a couple of ideas. First, you say you have 25 years of experience. On your resume, go back only 7-10 years. Also, what is your email address? I once counseled a man who "couldn't find a job" and one of the things I advised was to get a new email account. The reason was he had "1948" in his email address. That makes it easier to REMEMBER your email address but a manager looking at the resume is going to think that was the year he was born. Yes, we all know it's illegal to withhold a job on the basis of age but people still want to hire younger people so don't advertise your age. A manager can always say he didn't think that person would be a good fit. No manager is going to admit "Oh, I saw or I think he was born in 1948 and we don't want someone that old." No one is going to admit that - that opens him and his company up to a lawsuit!!! Also, no need to list all your experience. Just go back 10 years. Don't list the date you graduated from college - just put the name of the school. Avoid ANY info that could identify your age. Personal info like that isn't necessary UNTIL you have signed an offer letter. THEN, once you've landed an interview, go in PREPARED. Research the company, the job requirements, develop questions about the company, the role, and if you can, find a bio on the interviewer and ask questions about him or her. Be upbeat. And you WILL be upbeat if you have thoroughly prepared. If you can, take work samples with you. Take reference letters. For sure take something to write on. I take work samples, reference letters and even pictures of some of the meetings I have arranged. Bowl them over with yourself. Be relaxed, confident. Smile and have a spring in your step. Then don't hang your hopes on one place where the interview went well. Keep looking, applying, interviewing until you land a job that you feel fits YOU.

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Barbara Kinchen
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Nur Yunlu

You need to upload/type your resume in your profile. What kind of job are you looking for?

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David Nelson
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Matt Koza
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That’s up to you? Most office chairs have wheels on them.

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Glory Okpala
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I have been applying for international recruiting remote jobs for over a month now, and my location seems to be a problem (Nigeria). Does anyone have any tips for me? Because my bills are piling up, and my hope is diminishing by the minute.

#jobsearch #workfromhome #application

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Nur Yunlu
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Hey Glory,

Could you explain more details about your issue? What do you mean seems to be a problem, Nigeria?

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Ronnie N/A
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I'm looking for a new job, even if it is part time or gig work. Minimum I want to make is 400 a month, no less. I really been struggling for a job and I get an interview and they just didn't call me back after calling in 4 different times. #jobsearch #termination #advice #interview

As for the title: the bs section is "sexual harassment" when I told my boss she needed to pull up her pants (so a customer wouldn't) #wordsofadvice

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Suzette Roberts
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Ronnie, what about contacting your local or state agencies to assist with neuro diverse individuals?

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Reena B.
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What job are you referring to? There are lots of Remote Customer Service Rep jobs. I see them posted #workfromhome topic. Just make sure you are only looking at the posts posted by Jobcase Community Specialist.

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Dave Coe
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John Biddle
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Nice!

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Ken Heuck

Get arrested by the police I was told by a person who works there that if ur fresh out of jail Tyson makes u a hiring priority

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Maria Ivanaj
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Nur Yunlu

Hello Maria, The best way to find a job for applying is by using the Jobcase search bar tool after adding the location and type of job. Press the search button after there is a box called remote only. Click it. https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search

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Rose Harrington
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Reena B.

What do you mean by contain. Like what type of jobs they are or what you might be doing?

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