So, I was requested to interview for a customer service vacancy, which will allow me to work remotely. I would love to be able to work primarily from home, so of course I I was thinking, this is the opportunity that I've been hoping will come my way. The interview wasn't face to face nor over the phone. Rather, the interviewer conducted it all through Google Hang Outs. I found it a bit strange. Nevertheless she hired me and required all my... see more

This is the sad story about internet taking over our lives and turning us into nothing but email addresses. We... see more

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Yes me too I love it!

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A few weeks ago, probably around a month or so ago, I was hired. However, I have not heard about when I am scheduled to come in or when I should start working. I think I was hired in September. I completed my background check and paperwork. I even went through training and got the uniforms for work a few weeks ago.

I've been trying to contact HR but I haven't had much luck. Should I drop by and ask? I'm afraid that I might come off as too clingy... see more

Thanks for the advice everyone.

I went over there a few days ago and got my schedule.

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After a month of applications the last 2 weeks have been wonderful. I’ve had several interviews, 3 more scheduled and so far 1 job offer. I have feeling I may be offered 1 or 2 more.

I’ve had to be submitted to jobs paying $12,000-$16,000/yr less than what I’ve made in the past. That’s $6-$8/hr less! I guess that’s to be expected after being unemployed for over a year.

What are your thoughts on taking a pay cut... see more

Sometimes you do what you have to do. As long as you can still pay your bills, take the job.

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My question is I am in Az, I recently found out my Insurance Adjusters License has been suspended. I was on maternity leave acomplaint was filed by a customer and my company never took care of it. I received a new job offer and they were doing my back ground check and found it was suspended. I am now in jeopardy of loosing this job offer and I have been working for 3 months on a suspended license. Do I have any recourse with my current... see more

So true

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I just need to get this off my chest!! I have a felony and a misdemeanor on my record. They are 9 years old, DUI and Drug Possession ( pain killers).
I just got a offer on a good job, I told them about my background before they offered me the job. I always tell future employers about my background at the interview. I would rather tell them face to face so I can explain. Then if they aren't gonna hire me I will already know.
I don't have to play... see more

Im glad you were honest up front and applaud you for it. Your past is behind you and focus on fixing that typo... see more

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Got offered a position! They just sent me a bunch of forms. One of which is a questionnaire about my medical history. I was just hospitalized for cardiac issues but am on the mends now. I also have to say yes to diabetes. Will this cause me this offer? Please help. I am freaking out!


It's hard to say it could go either way. I wouldn't get stressed over it God will make a way out of no way. If you... see more

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I recently started a new job in my field which is cooking. Well a few week's ago a friend asked if I'd come in and help her out on my day's off because they needed another cook. I worked 1 day and management approaches me & offers me $4.00 more an hour to quit my job. I though about it & had decided that I was going to take it,I mean who could pass up an extra 4.00 an hour? So I gave my notice and explained why I was leaving hoping that they'd... see more


Absolutely. I was an Insurance Agent at New York Life. One of the things that they stressed is....follow The Money... see more

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E.J. Rasmussen as much as I wanted to follow the money I had to think about later down the road & also about my... see more

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Why can’t I find a job? What’s happening? I’ve had at least 4 interviews with one company and 3 with another, but no job offer. Why? I was so close the manager went of the job schedule, I was sure this was it? Then, nothing ... just nothing! I can’t take it anymore!

Rita, I read your profile and resume. Maybe you were sending out cover letters that listed your achievements... see more

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I dont get it. I got rejected again. They loved my passion but no offer. What am I doing wrong?
I am acclaimed in my field. Just turned 50. 2 degrees. Working on my Masters. All my roles were progressively upward. Am I being blackballed? I remain prayerful.

Don't give up hope,Mel. Check in with your campus career coordinator to see if they can help you get some leads... see more

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After spending the past several years as an Independent Contractor with no benefits, I have secured a position with a major communications company in the Phoenix Metro area!! As a matter of fact, I received 3 offers in one week!! Retail therapy will be necessary in a few weeks!!



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