My sister work at her hospital for 20 or more years went for interview with the company twice and they gave the position to someone else. Now their is an opening again and she is scared to go for the interview because she does not want to be rejected again.
If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said,
Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.
Hi! My name is corin! I am 36 years old and currently single , and still live at home with my mom and my bro jay. He’s a mechanical engineer And makes good money and mom is retired at 72. From 2003-February 2019 I worked at a local hospital in their kitchen . Started out part time and after 5 years I went full time . I loved my job and was there 16 years. I was making 995 every two weeks. Anyhow around 27th of February 2019 I had an unfortunate... see more
So, I just recieved my MBA this year, which I am personally pretty happy about. But I have been having a very hard time landing worthwhile interviews and absolutely no job offers. I have found that I have now been getting passed on jobs because I am overqualified. Yet, if I apply for a slightly higher position I am under qualified. So my question is, should I just remove it from my Resume?
Tired of being rejected. I got all these years of experience but I am getting tried of the
we have decided to go with someone else. Yall i am trying to keep my head up but its hard. Just needing words of encouragement. From someone who is scared and tired of being rejected. I just want to work.....
Last week I had the best interview of my life. After the interview was over they brought me in to HR for an orientation packet, they photo copied my id and I was asked where I was salary wise. Before I finished the packet, the HR person had to go and said to bring it home with me. The person I interviewed with, said everything would be alright and to give her a call on Wednesday. Again, the HR person said don't worry nothing is wrong, I am... see more
I have been looking for months for a job and I was beginning to get discouraged when a job, it's a retail job offered to hire me. I accepted but havent gone for the orientation yet but the date is scheduled. The same day I accepted I received two other interviews one of which I really would like. How would I tell the original job that I no longer want the job? Of course I wont tell them anything if I dont get the job at the place I really want... see more
I’ve been working all my life. Single mother 3 kids with oldest just graduated. I’ve been in HR for 11 years now, associates degree, with same company for that length of time and I feel I’m underpaid. I’ve said something plenty of times and when I did was told if wasn’t happy find a new job. Seen people come and go like a revolving door even stayed when my boss of 15 years left. Always being praised how good of job I do. Excellent work... see more
I just recently split from my wife and I'm really down on my luck. Bills are piling up and I'm having a hard time finding a job that pays enough to keep the lights on. I don't have a college degree and all the jobs I qualify for pay barely minimum wage. I'm getting depressed and don't know what to do. I'm one more late payment away from being tossed on the street.
I came across an ad for an opening at Ryder Trucking that seems to offer decent... see more
I’m a 57 year old man with 33 years of supervisory and managerial skills. I’ve ran companies alone, and owned and operated two businesses. My deal was that I liked working with people, and have applied to many companies. Only to be told that they have decided to proceed with other candidates, only to find out that they were much younger than I. I wasn’t asking for 70-100k a year as they were probably were thinking, just a job so that I could get... see more
It's truly amazing that you can have a perfect driving history. Never miss a day at work but fail a single random drug test and basically find yourself unemployable in the trucking industry.
This happened to me. Lost my job. Immediately completed the DOT SAP requirements and passed a second test within 30 days but no one will hire me during to stick company policies.
I'm in northern California. Looks like I will have to change careers just to put... see more