I have been applying for dozens of jobs, with a very good resume and work history with no gaps and long term employment. Not a single bite,,I'm 57 and in excellent health.
Some people wake up and dread their way to work..thinking about how much they are unsatisfied with their job and all the reasons why they do what they do. While others wake up everyday wishing they have a job to go thru. Kept trying but keep failing. Why is it the ones that want work can’t work? And the ones that work hated work??
I got the call that I was offered a job! It doesn't pay as much as I would like, but I'm also working toward getting on with VIPkid. They mentioned several time that there is room for growth and I think that even if this isn't a forever career, the experience will definitely help my resume.
Keep applying! You can do it!
This is WHY you are NOT invited for any job interview!
You respond to job ads all day long but NEVER hear a word back!
Almost every day I hear from clients:
Roland, I constantly apply for jobs, but nothing! What's wrong with me?
Nothing WRONG with you!
When you understand the rules of the job search game, you will be a better player.
These are the main reasons why YOU are not getting invitations
- Your CV doesn't tailor…
The old saying, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression” has never been more true than when it comes to hiring events and job fairs.
Job fair and hiring event preparation happens long before you walk into the event, so take as much time as possible in the days leading up to prepare.
Here are our six tips on how to showcase your best self at these events, and increase your chances of landing a job.
Bring copies of your…
I've worked with technology and computers for over 30 years and don't deny that computers have made our world a better place, mostly. However, computers are not necessarily the answer to everything. Hiring is a perfect example as to how employers depend on technology to do something that only a person can do.
I've been actively seeking a full time job for nearly 44 months. I have applied for hundreds of jobs that I know that I am qualified for…
I would love anyone’s thoughts on this topic. The latter part of my resume almost looks like I was job hopping win that is absolutely not the case. I stay at a good employer for as long as possible, and about four years ago I left A wonderful position due to going through a divorce at the time. I felt it more respectful to leave without making mistakes and getting fired and me and this doctor still have a personal relationship to this day. But…
If your resume has gaps this could be for a couple of reasons. Perhaps you were ill and needed to step away from working for a bit, or you simply could have been caring for a loved one or raising your child. Whatever the reason, your resume shows what you've done and having long gaps in your work history can give employers the wrong impression.
Here are some things you can do to minimize those gaps!
When listing dates on your resume…
I had my first interview last week, exactly, seven days. I was told I'd be contacted this week in regards to coming in for a second interview. Do I give them more time to contact me? It took them a month to call me after I sent them my resume.
I resigned from a high paying, salaried position at the end of last year due to job dissatisfaction. Since then, I've been working part time and redirecting my career searches towards positions that will be more personally rewarding. However, the job market in my area is falling short. I've been submitting my resume for positions that I am quilified for, but am having little to no response. I am also applying for entry level positions, and…
What To Do If You Can't Find A Job
Unemployment can adversely affect your bank account, your self-esteem and your health. And if you've spent a prolonged amount of time submitting your resume to every job posting out there to no effect, it's easy to find yourself frustrated and in a state of despair.
You may feel that your are all alone in your struggle to find a job, but you aren't! Although the number of unemployed Americans have steadily…