Hi everyone, if you have a moment to spare…I am seeking your advice. I am 67 yrs old..will complete my my MA in History ( Public History concentration) within next 4 months - my BA is in Sociology..for the past 25 years I have not been employed as I was caring for my seriously ill parents whom have both passed away- my previous employment history includes property management, strong marketing and leasing skills and my dream job,Head Start teacher/director- the wife of a disabled veteran, I need to get some income coming in.. my questions for you are:
I have over 25 years of experience in non-profit community building initiatives and relationships. After a prolonged period of medical disability I’m trying to get back on track. I live in Phoenix, AZ with very few real connections here. Any ideas?
I am an educated witty strong Independent woman. I am graduted from high school, had vocational training in web design and computer software be like the windows Excel and power point. I have enough ambition and able to learn and adapt to anything I put my mind to. I am a hard worker a problem.solver and outgoing. I make a great leader and present myself as a friendly person.y biggest problem is my past and my gapes in my employment and the different types of employment I have had is so much different one from the other. I always have e a great go at most of the job Interview and have even.been hired, only.to.be denied or let down later when my back ground check come back. It's discouraging and exhausting how often I am actually turned away or down due toy.past. I really need to feed my brain and educated my self in order to feel the satisfaction.of success in my heart to be all the way complete Inside. What kind.i.do toakw.sure I can have a better result then what i have been getting #motivation
New member Debbie Cruz raises some pretty serious concerns in her recent post Seeking advice on resume and frank discussion on age !.
Extended lapse in employment to care for ailing parents and/or Loved ones, re-entering the workforce in a new profession at an advanced age, finding work life or manageable work/life balance are a series of concerns affecting job seekers of all ages today.
How do qualified candidates like Debbie attract employer attention and remain competitive in todays impersonal and highly automated employment community?
Your suggestions, comments, and tips are greatly appreciated! Thanks in Advance!
Well, the next time I apply for a no experience job with a minimum highschool diploma, I will not add my Bachelor degree. That makes me disqualified for the job. Once, it was $100,000 per year in Boulder...... I was bloody over qualified. Only a person of lower education was qualified to do the job.
Hello,I am Boris. Reside at Estrella mountains Goodyear. I am new here and still under immigration proceedings .i get really lonely home now doing nothing as I don’t yet have a work authorization. I really need to get busy and I will welcome any help from someone out there and will also love any volunteering .
Hopefully you've all noticed some of the exciting changes that have happened in our Community over the last few weeks! One of my favorite additions is the ability for the Jobcase Team to produce ARTICLES!
So far we've covered topics such as
just to name a few!!
What else should we discuss?! Comment below!
It's been 7 years but a new chapter is welcomed. Wishing those out there also on the job hunt the best of luck!
I hate this I been in Ohio over a year been filling out applications I even belong to a company who's helping me I have a big gap in employment so that's what's killing me I'm sure and I have a learning disability I'm about to give up
Around the world, governments are beginning to explore ways to safely re-open the economy. As a result, people are preparing to head back to work.
As we start to take steps towards bringing normalcy back to our lives post-Coronavirus, what is concerning YOU as you either A) enter back into the workforce or B) resume your job search?