is honestly so frustrating. It's like you have this resume, only for them to make you input everything all over again into their website, and then it goes into
NoWhereLand! I have been heavily applying for almost 4 weeks now with barely any phone calls. My resume is on point, I have the education/experience but I'm stuck in limbo. Ugh. #applications #jobsearch #nowhereland
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This is a good article to read. It speaks truth the chaotic cycle of recruiting.
Here are some of the biggest problems in recruiting, and recommendations for fixing them:
Job ads are ridiculous. They list endless
Essential Requirements that few if any living people possess. To fix job ads, HR people who know the talent market should make sure that job ads are realistic and that the jobs they're hiring for pay the right amount. No job ad should…
I'm looking for full time or part time work.. I was a sales associate at Walmart for two and half years.. I know the register, jewelry apparel, domestics, housewares or where ever they needed me.. I was hired as a apparel associate. I need a job badly.. I live in acworth Georgia.. Please help.. I've been putting apps in everywhere and nothing.. I have two children to take care of and they come first.
I have applied to a company thru an online application but heres my problem and I had no idea whatsoever? Somehow my email has been blacklisted? Their computer system is saying that they have recieved my email and info. But after going back and looking at my
sent emails my account is saying that it attempted for three days to get my info thru into their system thus voiding any further attempts. This is exactly why I think the whole online…
So I know sometimes it can be hard to get the job you want. Trust me I know. But one tip that I've learned from experience is to apply for multiple positions for that job and eventually you'll hear a response based off your ready to work attitude. I hope this is valuable information and good luck to you.
I currently work 2 jobs have probably submitted over 10,000 applications in 5 years since I graduated college and not one company will give me a shot. I have met with executives in one company multiple times and have submitted 85 applications and I am qualified only to receive a rejection email. I fear I will be stuck doing this forever. I deserve better than this.
the job application of the present as well as future is on-line and contains not only company and job -specific information,but also contains psychological tests/assessments as well for the purpose of seeing what the potential candidate is like mentally and how they interact with others etc.. then,both state and federal governments have their paperwork to do as well,stuff like w2s, earned income tax credit etc.. these supposed applications are…
How many views, or applicants does an average employer need before hiring selection?