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. :(
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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…
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.
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.
What do you feel is more important or do you think it is a combination of both that current employers are looking for?
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…
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!
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.
Was to gain experience and skills of how to handle guest
In the software programming field is experience actually needed ?