Three Strikes, I'm Out

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'm very happy to see you hy I'm single man looking for really woman looking to really man to spend more time with me oll my life…

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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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Employment gaps

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


Congrats and good job !!!!!!!:))))))))

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How to explain being laid off.

It is nearly a guarantee that during your next interview the employer will ask questions to determine the reasons for ANY amount of time when you weren't employed, and this includes when/if you were laid off.

It’s important to first reassure them that your lay off was in no way a result of your productivity. It's a great idea to also be prepared to explain any circumstances at your organization that caused your layoff.

In the case of Lowe’s it…

Thank you for sharing these words of wisdom for anyone who is currently facing a layoff. I speak from experience and know-how…

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Explain Your Gaps in Employment to Increase Your Interview Chances!

Folks, I've been saying this for as long as I've coached people on how to put together a good resume: Explain your gaps in employment!

New research from a ResumeGo experiment shows that:
*Applicants with work gaps had a 45% lower chance of receiving job interviews than those without
*Applicants who gave a reason for their employment gap received close to 60% more interviews than those who did not

If your gap requires a more detailed…


Thank you for the information.

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Frustrated at the work environment

Hi I need some advice from experienced dental assistants, or even anyone that may give some advice. I will try to make this short even though it seems hard because I have so many things going on at the same time.

I have been a dental assistant for 15 years with a gap of 5 years unemployed because I was ill with an autoimmune disease. I was finally able to get Job as a dental assistant still getting paid the same I made 8 years ago I’m content…

From the standpoint of someone with 20+ years of experience and a 2 year gap because of a chronic condition, I can empathize with…

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Working after a sabbatical

My husband and I moved to an extremely rural area when he got promoted and an area that was farm land and a truck stop. One year turned into four and while my career has been in business administration and general accounting I’m having an extremely hard time angling myself as an attractive candidate with this much time out of my field. In addition, some of my references are no longer with their perspective companies. Any advice?

Im in the same boat .got interview wed. With murdock chevy . for asst service advisor. Would be step up .would need a better…

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Seeking insight

If you are an employer, what do you see in a candidate with at least 3-5yrs experience but a 5 year unemployment gap between their last two most recent employments. Would you prefer someone with no experience but has the degrees? Or someone without the degrees and has the experience who would love to work towards growing in the company if given the chance to prove themselves. How would someone stick out in your hiring process?

Experience is better than education, there are things you cant learn from a book that you will get with hands on.
Anytime you…

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Resume trouble

My problem isn’t experience. It’s too much experience. I’ve been a store manager of 5 different auto parts stores. Looks like I’ve job jumped....but the truth is that 3 of those companies recruited me out of the others. Don’t want to lie on my resume, but don’t really know what to do about it.

Don’t falsify info but customize it Michael Mooney . Remember, the sole purpose for the resume is to land an interview. Optimize…

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The hardest part of my job search is...

I am healthy now but have many “holes” in my resume due to extended illness and on/ off again working. Has anyone developed a way to handle “holes” in one’s resume.

There are two types of Resume. One is Function or functional resume and the other is Chronological resume. So, one details your…

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Worthless At 54?

I have been looking for work for, no lie, 5 years now. I'm frustrated to the point of tears. I have a small criminal record from 20 years ago, (misdemeanors) and a gap in my work history as I recovered from breast cancer. I paid my debts to society, but society obviously won't ever let me forget. I get SSI, but need to work part time to pay my bills. I don't ask for much; food, shelter, a car and a phone. Is that too much to ask for? I WANT to…

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Food banks and churches

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