I've applied for hundreds of positions, from office administration to retail. Most of my applications were rejected, ignored, or claimed to be
already filled or
I know there are others who go years without finding work and it's only been nine months since I started job hunting, but I cannot take this anymore. I cannot take these recruiters ignoring me, calling me and claiming they can offer me a job only to never call me again. I…
Hello Jobcasers! Ok, let's talk about what we all want- the face to face interview!
I will walk you through how I have 'prepped' candidates for 20 years fo a f2f interview. Please forgive any misspelling etc.. I'm a Recruiter, not a writer. Second, join my group! Ask a Senior Recruiter anything! No question is dumb and I answer all questions. I'm not seeking a job- I am seeking to give back and help! Try me.
So, you are going to your f2f (face…
This is part of a response I posted to someone else that posted on Jobcase. Im posting it here too...
Though I am on unemployment, it is about to run out. I dont know how many job applications and resumes Ive sent out, I still have yet to be offered a job. Im always told that though my experience is impressive, Im not what they are looking for. I did graduate from high school but do not have a degree. I have experience in Administrative…
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
Make you apply for a job you enjoy your days will be much more rewarding
Be flexible, be respectful, always start each day with an attitude of confidence in ones self. Stay happy and up beat.
Looking for that kind of job
Be prepared for anything. Changes come quickly. A person needs to have confidence in his/her self and be able to take criticism well. A person truely never knows what to expect from day to day
I can't really say there was any
big mistake. Contracts for the clients were approved before they were sent out. There was no room for mistakes
Most of my job history has been in food service. Now I want to work as an office assistant. I have no paid office assistant experience, but I have taken classes in 10-key, Outlook 2016, and Payroll Accounting. I don't want to rely on job boards too much to find an office assistant position. What should I do? #jobsearch #careerchange
This has been happening numerous of times lately to me. I get an excellent job offer only to lose it after they run a background check. I been working as a server for half a decade and I'm burned out on it but it seems like all that is offered to me is server jobs. I'm college educated in both business and psychology, excellent communicator, manager skills, sales experience, receptionist skills and excel at customer service. Is there anything I…