I am at the point, where I feel like I don't have enough experience ANYWHERE!! Even after going to school and graduating, I feel hopeless. :(

I would encourage you not to get too discouraged Dyana Lyon ! I recommend you seek out a local employment agency. Depending on…

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Do interviews freak you out?

It can feel a little difficult to prepare for an interview when you are not sure what to expect.

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What are some interview tips that have worked well for you in the past?


Own it positiveness is a great tool for your gainful employment opportunities will soon come good luck to all of you.

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“Company not Interested in You”

Yesterday I had one job I applied for tell me the position has been filled already, I was never called for an interview but that’s not what this post is about. Now, I really wanted that job but I do have three other jobs that I have applied to and am waiting for an answer. That was yesterday. I never thought it would get as bad as what I saw today.

I applied at a Barnes and Noble in my area (the only Barnes and Noble in my area) as a part time…

Kayla, I totally understand where you are coming from. I got a rejection email today from a company called Jack Henry and…

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1 page Resumes Maybe Enough

A resume more than 2 pages is too much. A resume is meant for relevant work history for jobs you are applying for. Of course there are exceptions - like a federal or military resume. Those are set to a specific criteria that had to be followed for document review.

Think strengths, growth and relevance for an outstanding resume.
#gapsinresume #resources #resumewriting #careerchange #careerdevelopment


I would say 1-2 pages is just enough, with one page being a strong preference! When reviewing your resume, it's best to be concise…

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Having trouble finding a job

I have been searching for weeks now I apply for a job then I get a email saying that other candidates better match what we’re looking for I’m getting so sad I’ve been trying for sleeks as I said before.

Don't beat yourself up Jared Miller with that generic email. I have had that email come into my inbox MANY times before. You need…

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Degree or experience

What do you feel is more important or do you think it is a combination of both that current employers are looking for?

I think making sure your resume shows that your experience matches closely with what they are currently seeking. That is the MOST…

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It's all you got

Here is the way it seems to be. With the current job hiring manager choices, there is an approximate window from age twenty to forty-five that you are considered 'employable', then ageism becomes an issue and the managers lose their mind when they find out that one is over forty-five. They get to use the excuse that they 'found a more qualified' candidate and it is impossible to prove otherwise. I lack faith in hr to stand behind a candidate…

It rook a very long time for me to realize that ageism was most likely the reason that I got less than a 5% response to job…

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Levette Thompson Why they pass up on fully qualified candidates over a 'certain' age. Vanity. They want everyone to think the…

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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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Which is better, being overqualified or underqualified?

With all these jobs out there, is there any way to underqualify yourself if someone were to say you're overqualified? I don't want to reduce or increase the years of research experience I have under my belt, otherwise, I would see myself as a fraud. For some positions that require up to 10 yrs of experience, what type of person are they looking for? Thanks in advance.

I would not look too much into it. Instead, focus more on the fact that your resume is up to date and you possess the skills and…

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What I loved working at #Southernsunhotel

Was to gain experience and skills of how to handle guest

Thanks for sharing! Nokuthula Sinani

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When is experience in the field evaluated as "important" ?

In the software programming field is experience actually needed ?

The fact that you are asking this question speaks volumes. Yes real field work is important. If you don't have any it will hamper…

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