I am so so frustrated and angry. Friday I interviewed for a job and it went fantastic. They even asked in the interview when I could start. Friday evening they called and said they were extremely impressed with me and would be sending me an offer. I asked if it would be Monday and they said yes probably Monday. It is now midday Tuesday and not a word. This is a small company and I don't have any email addresses but i do have cell phone #'s. Today... see more

I have had several in the past two weeks and was told to go home and finish the application process. Email after I... see more

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Hello community, the more time I spend around the topic of ageism the more, frustrated, disheartened and even angered I get. My passion on Jobcase is sharing any discoveries, tips, and strategies I use personally or come across so we can all take individual action toward personal success, however, I can't help but think we have to do something more.

Here is what I know: I know for sure the Jobcase staff is fully aware of this issue and actively... see more

I experienced this. Kill them with kindness. I actually effected the relationship with her.

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Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.

I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.

I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.

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I enjoyed this quick read and agree with a lot of the advice listed in how to explain a gap in your work experience. One thing to remember, it's quite common to have a gap in your resume...life happens to everyone...but it's how you frame it to a recruiter or hiring manager that determines how quickly you can get back to work.


It does not have to be any gaps within her resume / application if she know how to do it she can fix it so that her... see more

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Stay clam, pay close attention to the questions asked and be honest. Good Luck

Thanks for reaching out to offer this support Signora Jones

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The second reason You’re not making it clear your talents fit the role is a common concern during interviews.

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Make sure you go in prepared. I found do a mock interview with someone is helpful in preparing. A quick google search returns lots of question you might be asked. Why go off the cuff, when you know and rehearse the answers going in.

Remember the interview is your chance to sell yourself!


Preparing also makes me less nervous during the interview, so it's a win-win!

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Hi Jobcase Community unfortunately inhave no job since last Friday. And if i do get future interviews what can i say about that one manager treated me unfairly or bullying we know we do not suppose to talk about manager or the previous job how to handle that question if i am asked about it.

Thank You

Hi Raquel,
I found this article to assist with the same question online. I hope it helps;
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