Employer Ghosting on the rise

I have been experiencing employer ghosting for over 2 years. I have a Bachelors and Masters degree in Business and Management 10+ years of experience in my field. I’ve turned in over 300 resumes done by professionals at a cost of 700.00 and 0 interviews. I have a clean record never been fired. The one interview I did receive was for a position I was overqualified for and the manger literally said, “I’m not going to waste my time or yours because…

In THESE times (?)
It ALWAYS necessary to be ready AND willing to TE invent yourself
Because at a moments notice:($?
You WILL be…

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CHARM WILL OPEN MANY DOORS FOR YOU

Enhance Yourself With Charm

Charm is simply defined as the power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration. Given it's alluring quality, charm is something that could benefit all of us.

What is the most important quality to possess when trying to win someone over, whether in business or in your personal life? It's charm, the ability to create extraordinary rapport with anyone, and make him or her feel truly exceptional in your…

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You appear to be exteremely charming.
Very impressive.

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Losing hope

Have to share this new one. I have been unemployed for the past 3 months at the age of 63. There is no way I am going to give up nor do I feel I am ready to retire. After numerous applications and interviewsI received a call yesterday. It was from n agency I registered with, after a 10 minute conversation the person on the phone asked what year I graduated high school. When I responded he immediately hung up without saying a word. I was beside…

This is a back door way to determine your age which is ageism. It is illegal. If you get another chance at another agency you…

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Ready to give up

i have been looking for a job for almost 4 months. i haven't had luck at all with getting a job. i have been getting interviews left and right. i don't know if its cause I'm still in high school but i don't know where else to apply i need advice!

First of all, it's great you are getting interviews! I agree on Beatrice's advice. Also, when I was in high school, I did tutoring…

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Why even try!

I have two degrees and yet can’t get a job. Why go to school and end up owing all this money to loans. I feel like it was a waste of time because most employers say they want you to have experience; therefore they end up giving someone the job that doesn’t have a degree just because experience. It makes no sense!

Tamika Hamlett Have you looked into a PAID INTERNSHIP? THAT might be a stepping stone to a career. Also reach out to Career…

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Lois Martin , thank you I am going to look into that. I guess I am so overwhelmed I did not notice the paid part of intern. Sorry!

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Stressed out!

I been applying and applying to many job boards now, linkedin, indeed, glassdoor, my school career page. All I get in return is this employer looked at your application or sorry we decided to pursuade other people. I majored in Management-Human Resources and I been applying to jobs refelating to that. Some recruiters have called and and said they will help but I am still unable to get a job. Im just lost at this point. How many places do you have…

I understand Sandy Zhang - the job search can be really aggravating and demotivating. Feeling lost is normal - the job search is…

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WHY??!!!

I'm a 19 year old who only has a year of college due to the school closing, and I tried to get a job for the past five months. I only had four interview's out of dozens of applications sent out and still no bite, and many of the jobs seem to be far from my area of living. As of right now I'm going for GameStop since I'm close to what their looking for in a employee, but I feel like evey time mine pop's up they throw it away for being untrained…

Take some classes at the locale adult school and upgrade your skills
1. Try working for oncall inventory service like RGIS.
2. Put…

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Job hunt rant

I'm sick of applying for jobs and getting rejection after rejection after rejection. I graduated college back in August 2018. I had my ceremony in December 2018. I applied for so many jobs and internships and even landed some interviews and did not land a single one. It is frustrating. The worst part is, I also applied to some graduate schools (because I thought it might be my experience), but the majority of them rejected me as well. Only 2 grad…

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What is your major?

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Back to school time: calling all tutors!

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Learn more at VIPKID.com, Chegg.com and Tutor.com. #WorkFromHome

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I also know that Care.com hires tutors as well : ) Thank you Lois Martin !

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What to do....

So, I’m Blake. I’m a marketing project manager. I have a pretty impressive resume with a wide range of projects under my belt. I’m young, and I have been able to score some great opportunities that have added to my expertise. I’m educated. I am diligent and precise.

But I am having MAJOR trouble finding a job. I have applied for countless positions over the past few months, yielding ZERO traction. I have been in the top 10% of applicants for…

Hi Blake Collis !
If you have found that you are not hearing back from jobs or landing interviews the problem could be that your…

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Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #4: 4-Year Degree Alternatives

Don’t think a traditional 4-year university path is right for you? Don’t worry, Find Your Future is here to help. In this post, you’ll learn about 4 alternatives to 4-year degrees. Link to our Instagram: https://bit.ly/2KoVJDy

You’ve got a lot more options than you might think, from community college to apprenticeships. We hope that after reading this post, you’ll be more empowered to choose the best path for your future!

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Thanks so much for linking people to some options they might explore if a 4 year degree doesn't feel like the right path for them…

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