As I look at the length of time I've stayed at these jobs I see that its 2 months here or 3 months there or 6 months there (if accurate). I believe this is the reason Im not getting any call backs. I hate listing the jobs where I only stayed a few months. Its embarrassing. I even fill like not even applying anywhere. What's the use? How can I make MY resume still stand out? How can I fill in the application if I was terminated or quit?

Hi Channell Dickens

There are a few things you can do to help your resume stand out, despite your job-hopping... see more

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If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said, Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.

Learn the best way to follow up after a job interview. Following-up after a job interview is one of the smartest things you can do to help get you... see more

Yes, I always do this and I think it is just a polite way to keep the door open.

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I graduated with a Bachelors in Accounting. Soon after I graduated, i worked for a CPA firm for one year and then i worked for a multi-national investment company for about three years. I had a baby and decided I need to take some time off... fast forward 7 years, I had three more kids. It didn’t make sense to work since my entire paycheck would be going to day care. Now my kids are old enough to be in school and now I am ready to start my... see more

Hello Sarah,
I am also returning to the work force and I agree there are a lot of changes in our field. I would... see more

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What is a good advice for single mothers who haven't worked for past 5 years to take care of their children, but is now ready to go back to work now that the kids are of age to stay at home without parental supervision

Excellent question Kat Franco ! We have a lot of members in this community who have triumphed over this concern in... see more

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Dealing With Long Term Unemployment

It is the worst nightmare you have ever had. You have been out of a job for several months. You feel yourself slowly losing your mind and may even begin to have feelings of despair.

For months, you’ve exercised all the job search strategies imaginable but with no success. Meanwhile,
your work mindset is losing it's appeal and your career clock is ticking away quickly. As if that's not enough, money is... see more


I needed to read this. And to come back and read it again.

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Cara Mcilwaine This is great information.

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If your employer inquires about lapse of employment I find it better to discuss in person. I just got a great new job!

And they beginning age discriminating of people my age and your I'm 61 yrs noone want to hire me i work on a job... see more

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Michael Jaume i that you so your picture and why are tell what try it for yourself because a person that comment... see more

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I worked as a Patient Advocate/Pharmaceutical Social Worker for a nonprofit company for approximately 10yrs. Unfortunately I was a passenger in an MVA which left me with a cervical/lumbar injury which required surgery. I had 2 surgeries and had to take 6wks off each time, went through a lawsuit, was bullied and harassed at work, trying to get ready for my first upcoming wedding.
Long story short, I lost my new sport car (manual transmission)... see more

Type pharmaceutical jobs disabilities and your city and state on google. Many employers have positions for those... see more

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I have some short employment lengths on my resume. Is there a way to get around this because it has kept me from getting a job that I can keep for many years?

Experience to fieldwork counseling projects you can also put it into the category of communication skills or... see more

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Why are short (1 year or less) gaps of employment considered negative? This has been a burning question of mine for quite awhile.

Hey Kym Akintomide , I'm curious... did a hiring manager or recruiter tell you employment gaps on resumes are... see more

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Lenin Pina I been unemployed for a short time, and in my opinion, gaps are sometimes viewed as negative... see more

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I was laid off from my employer. When I go on an interview what do I say? If they call my employer what are they legally obligated to say?

I would contact them to see what they tell you. Did they give you a confirmation #

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If you walk into the building for an interview and you stand crooked due to scoliosis, are 54, and have gaps In your employment history due to past medical issues don't you think it's going to affect how the interviewer sees you? Do you think they'll hire you? Will they see you as liability and calling out all of the time.?

I think there is a section for disabilities or special needs section to work at whatever you're applying for. If... see more

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