ONE QUESTION COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! (It's Interview Time) [IBYC]

Perhaps, if you had to answer one question to save your life [so-to-speak] or change your life, would you be able? The challenge is not in answering the question, rather, in how you present your answer which determines your results!

For example, let's put things in perspective... Your Honor, I only have one question for the defendant and that is...

WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU FOR THIS JOB?

If you can present your response in a manner to inspire…

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Great motivational post Edward Alexander

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Get it in Writing.

You got the job offer, you are so excited. But did you really get the job offer?

Companies that are on the up and up will always, not sometimes but always do the following:
Send you a job offer, and what is included in that letter is Critical;. Keep that letter, make copies. Hopefully, you will not need to point anything out that is not being done.

Job offers can vary but they should at a minimum have the following information.

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veteran

Selena Thompson look for job

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Job Alert for Veterans: Have You Applied to These 3 Companies?

If you’re an honorably discharged veteran with no civilian job experience, these 3 companies want you to apply for their jobs. Check them out: http://groundswell.org/3-companies-you-use-every-day-that-are-supporting-veterans/

Good experience

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Entry Level Programmer/Software Developer

Hi,
I have been trying to make a career change into the I.T. field, Programming/Software Development specifically, and I have put in applications and my resume in to numerous companies and internet job sites (Monster, GlassDoor, Indeed, Startwire, etc..) and I have gone through all the major recruiting agencies like Robert Half, CyberCoders, TekSystems, Mitchell Consulting, Nigel Frank, etc., and I have applied at most of the big name player…

What kind of school did you graduate from. What kind of degree? Was it IT related. List your school projects on your resume…

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Master Fear By Filling In Voids Which Use Tough Logic

Jobcasers. I'm about to show you how to market yourself using tough logic! They taught us this stuff in graduate business school, and it's given to you because you're Golden. Here's the deal that companies don't tell you. YOU ARE WHAT'S CALLED INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL. Therefore, regardless of the job you're working (or will work), the world will always need humans, in a day and age that's fast approaching automation. If you have a good head on your…

I will. Tell all my frends

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Yes! Power to pure hearts! Knowledge is extremely powerful, but it has to be accurate, tested, proven, reliable, sensible, and…

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Interview

Hi,
I have had 3 interviews this week and was finally hired after graduating almost 6 months ago. I and so glad I just kept the faith.
Angela

Congrats.

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There are so many ways to look for new opportunities now. I've been doing it the old fashion way. Putting on my hiking boots and hitting the pavement, its very own job inside itself. How do you navigate your way through all the dirt and dust and profiles until you find the right employer? It doesn't seem the employers are really searching for me, I have been here awhile.

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Hi Jared,

Thanks for posting to Jobcase, and for creating such an awesome group! I'm sure a lot of Jobcasers will be eager to…

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3 Ideas to Land and Maintain a job without reliable transportation..

1 - Target Search, get a list of bus maps that service your area and identify companies along those routes you can apply too. (Google Maps is a good resource)
2 - CarPool, talk to neighbors and family members about their commuting route and offer to split the weekly transportation cost.
3 - Post Interview Questions, ask about subsidized public transit, shuttle services, and transportation reimbursement benefits.
Searching for and maintaining work…

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Can I please work at Target?

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Target
120 Hawley Ln, Trumbull, CT 06611

I am 23 years old and searching for a new job this summer. I have always wanted to work at Target for a long time, but I haven't gotten any jobs. I am currently working for Alltown and wanted a second job to be able to feel secured in having jobs. I have applied to Ansonia's Target, but they didn't hire me because I didn't follow up with them enough. Now, I am looking towards applying to Trumbull's Target, will anyone be able to give me any…

Go were they look humble not stress out in Jesus name,, amen let God be with you guys wait n c if you have a sign he,l show u ok…

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mel / you do not need luck , just great character

Go in focused ,, check out company on website ,, learn who u are gonna work for is an edge ,, be urself ,, dont be to anxious ,, breathe ,, bring resume and id and 3 references with email if u have ,, being prepaired will show them u are serious ,, be urself answer the questions , but also ask questions ,, hold out for pay till the end ,, u have been there before ?? yes ?? do not be discouraged if u say or do something wrong ,, ur human and…

This is good piece of advice no matter who is reading this post.

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Help

Does anyone know if the cinemark theaters in Lancaster is hiring I need more help on how to get an interview I submitted an application but wanna know how long I have to wait

Did you call them and ask if they're going to be calling in applicants for interviews?

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