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

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Janet Parr-Byron in the same way that an Employer or HR manager would tell you, I'm sorry, but I've decided to... see more

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Personal Traits Sought By Employers

Employers are requiring more of their employees today in a technologically fast paced world. Employees must be able to not only adapt and thrive to an ever-changing world, but also must possess many skills and traits that will showcase and make them stand out from the crowd when job searching.

A resume must not only show potential employers a wide array of skills, work experience, accomplishments, but also... see more

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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

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Three yrs and you need to downgrade your license and start over. It's DOT policy .

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So today I received some info from indeed saying 900 people applied for the same position as me!! I feel let down and ashamed for my resume yes I have had 3 jobs this year and have not been happy at any of them and I quit I know it looks bad on me and I had made a statement about the whole 900 people applying for the same job as me on a fb page I’m on and a girl pointed out that I have worked so many jobs and how I job hop at least I’m looking to... see more

Yikes! Want to reveal the department? I spent 33 yrs in government service and thought my$55,000 high year was... see more

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I left my job last month after my GM screwed me out of $1600 in commissions in ONE day. I had some capital saved up to last a few months. I've applied at multiple jobs and had a few interviews that didnt go anywhere. I'm switching career fields, so I understand. I've been in leadership positions in almost EVERY job I've had. So, when I interviewed today for a night super spot (local manufacturing plant that pays decent) I was pretty excited... see more

First of all, WHO was the one who offered you the night super to begin with? And what authority did the ops super... see more

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I'm still searching for a data entry job this dead end retail shit isn't cutting it.. let alone they expect me to always come in early so I end up working alot of hours and they don't offer to let me leave early but the assistant manager always leaves early. #aggravated

If you have home computer access, try the online job market for data entry; There are quite a few jobs there on a... see more

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So I've been at my current job now for 15yrs, I'm trying to get out asap. There is so much going on that I can't be apart of this place anymore it's literally breaking my spirit. So when I do my applications what should I put for reason of leaving. I don't want to bad mouth my company.

It is called irreconcilable
differences...

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Please forgive me if I keep coming off negative but does anyone else feel like they have to keep starting from the bottom? I had two layoffs in the last two years and I don’t want a “foot in the door” job. I have viable, transferable skills, and I keep getting bull recommendations for receptionists or jobs that are totally outside of my skill scope. I have a degree. I have years of experience and ready to keep growing. Is anyone else having/had... see more

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Ross store, Coat factory and kohl’s
Stores are all hiring in Baytown. Please apply soon

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Bridgett Irving Thank you for the suggestions. I fought really hard to get out of retail. I did it for almost 20... see more

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When I was preparing to make a shift in my career, I was nervous because I felt as though I didn’t have enough relevant experience for my desired role. Luckily, I realized the tremendous amount of transferable skills I had learned from my internships and many years in the hospitality industry.

Transferable skills are naturally learned skills that are non-job specific and can be used across any occupation. Many are commonly known as soft skills... see more

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Soft skills are so very important in work (and life) to develop and recognize. Here on Jobcase they're called Trait... see more

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Since I was a small child to this very day, I have always wanted to be a pilot.. Have been lucky enough to have used a simulator a couple of times.. I'm at a point in my life where a career change is constantly on my mind. I've already looked into the pilot training programs and it's just way to expensive for me to pay for out of my own pocket. My question is,,, Does Delta or any other company have their own training program to bring in someone... see more

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It does look like Delta offers a training program. Do you have a college degree? It seems as... see more

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I've been in the Merchant Marine all my working career, now I am at the age where I am having medical issues which prevent me from going to sea. So every time I have an interview and explain my shipboard duties and the responsibilities it seems as if they become intimidated, I also explain that my computer skills are Linux based, so what's the problem.

Are your Linux skills usable across a civilian companies needs? if not then you need to acquire those skills

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