I was tricked in my interview. I was told I was getting interviewed to do Massage Therapy. I ended up getting hired for front desk, which it's okay because I do have experience. But as I worked there, I realized how immature everyone was. How unsympathetic the Doctor really is. I was shocked. I had an anxiety attack and literally had to leave the work place. Never happend to me in my life. Lesson learned.
Everyone one of us wants/needs to stand out when we get a coveted in-person interview.
Homework: Use Google to do some basic research. What exactly does the company do, what is there product? Where are they Headquartered at? How many employees? How many different locations do they have? And often you can find out has any of their jobs already been outsourced out of the country, or even to other companies. What are their short and long…
I have been working as an office assistant for 8yrs now, I am feeling like doing something different. Do I have to go back to school to study? Please advice
Went to an interview the other day. I wasn't asked many questions. He really just explained what the position intails & benefits. I did try to sell myself as much as I could. I have over 15 years experience as medical receptionist . But not sure what to make of this. Has anyone else ever experienced this type of interview?
I've been working in warehouses to the point of arthritis. And need to find a job thay fits my health situation. I love working in the warehouse but, i cant be productive if i cant work. I've tried applying for any jobs that could have me sitting down for a shift. I have no experience in being a csr rep or admin. But i know if they gave me a shot they wont be disappointed.
My husband and I moved to an extremely rural area when he got promoted and an area that was farm land and a truck stop. One year turned into four and while my career has been in business administration and general accounting I’m having an extremely hard time angling myself as an attractive candidate with this much time out of my field. In addition, some of my references are no longer with their perspective companies. Any advice?
I took a friend to an interview and walked out with a job.
I have been a CNA for years. Health-care takes alot out of you. I had been looking to change. I am 50 and a stroke survivor. I have a iffy memory so I have been reluctant to go back to school... plus is it really vital at this age?
I am now Room Inspection Shift Supervisor. the pay is decent because I can do this full time and get OT. I could not work as a CNA full time.
It is to…
I worked in Food Service for 15 years & LEFT it.
I dont want a job in Food Service.
I want a career.
In an area I enjoy.
No thanks on the Food Service offers based on my
I also am experienced in computer technology, printing, copying, (changing\fixing toner\ink well, paper jams etc), typing @80+GWAM, internet research, creating documents such as menus, pamphlets, posters, signs, flyers, typing pretty much any document necessary…
I hope this doesn't seem insensitive because I know most of you are searching for work. Believe me, I was in your shoes not so long ago and I remember the agony and heartache but I need opinions. I can't post to Facebook because I broke my own rules about not friending people at work. So...
I will start by saying that I really love the company I work for and my job, though it was not without some problems early on. I was hired for a position…
I felt the most rewarded when I was able to recive more positive customer comment cards than any previous employee there. I love civil service
I'm down to my last 10 dollars. Got laid off in May. Unemployment hasn't compensated me. No one will hire me because of my age. Can't fully retire for another year. I have to move out of where I am by October. I just keep praying for a miracle. I'm determined to believe that God is going to make this situation better.
Does anyone know of any jobs where I don't have to be on my feet all day? I've been an administrative assistant my whole life…