I recently graduated from the University of Toledo in December majoring in finance. I had an internship with a local company in the area that is about it for relative job experience. After graduation I took a job in financial services and I am quickly learning this is not a job for me. I started applying to other jobs about a month, month in a half a go and have yet to receive anything back besides rejection emails. I really want to get a job in…
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When determining whether an employer is the right fit for you, it is important to find out about its culture. Companies are as different as the people who work there and run the business. For better and worse, culture and leadership are inextricably linked. Founders and influential leaders often set the initial culture of their organizations. Over time an organization’s leaders can also shape culture…
How difficult is it to get a high paying job with little experience at a particular position, even if you're a fast learner and a hard worker?
I've been told I'm overqualified and told that I do not have enough experience. Where does one find someone to help with experience and to allow me to use talent to better their organization.
I’m trying to find a summer job but most of the offers don’t hire people without any job experience. What do I do? I do community service related to that field does it counts?
I have been unemployed for almost a year after being a cashier for two years. For the past few months, I have applied for several store positions and cashier positions that have my skill set, yet I have had no response at all. Most employers want people who have the experience, but how can I gain experience if nobody will hire me?
okay, this is a big one (for me anyway) i have been out of the work force for awhile now.. a long while..years & years.. so i'm totally lost in this whole thing...don't know where to start and don't even know the proper procedures to go about it all ... overwhelmed and lost, but i will get it, in time..the other thing is i don't really have to much work experience..was a at home mom for years and the experience i do have well everything is so…
Has anyone else felt that even the entry-level jobs require you to have some experience? I have been passed up for these jobs because I
don't have enough experience. Can someone tell me how to get over this hump or if anyone else has seen it? I have the experience with internships and past job but employers are saying that it's not enough
How am I supposed to get experience in anything if they have an experience requirement? Other than school. I did that and it didn't help. They still want me to have experience 1+
I've been an stna since i was 19. I love my job. Medicine and the human body fascinate me. I completed medical assisting in 2008. Soon after i started to become I'll and ignored it because I needed to work. Till it got to the point I was in bad shape. Now my immune systems is compromised. I can't be around sick people but taking care of people in the medical since is all I know. I feel lost in today's job market because a) I'm not to technical…
Greetings to all,
I've never worked in a hospital setting. I will like to break into the industry being a purchasing coordinator or buyer or source any one of the jobs titles. Any advice on how I can get a chance?