I graduated high school and dont know what to do next
I’m not sure if I should go to the community college I’ve been considering or just start working right away. I know a degree can be really good but I also really need money because my family can’t support me. Is it worth going to school? What should I do for money? I’ve thought about working part time but I’m afraid it wont be enough.
Mark Alan Jenkins
I am very interested in discussing the possibility of a career with Dollar General. I bring a tremendous amount of retail and customer service history to the table. Thank you for taking the time to consider me for the mgr. of your Riverside store in Sioux City, Iowa.
You'll Never Please Everyone...and That's Okay.
There is so much advice out there about what job seekers need to do to please every person they come across.
Understand that not every position or hiring manager or company is going to be the right fit for you…and that’s just fine.
Do what is in your control and just be your best professional self when interviewing. Be prepared, be engaging, and show interest in the company and the role.
If someone at a company doesn’t “like” what they see, then great! You would rather know that before starting at a new company than after a few months.
As a job seeker, you’re looking for one good fit, not 100. The right company will value you just as you are.