Well tell them where I'm from , what school I attended,what qualifications I have ,what degrees I have The last place I worked.
You may think of self-reflection as more of a personal pursuit related to overall happiness and wellbeing, but being self-reflective can help you to get (and better keep) your next job.
When you reflect on your career, you can uncover some interesting truths about yourself like...
- What motivates me?
- Where do I want my life/career to go?
- Do I feel satisfied with my life/career so far?
- What kind of person/employee am I/ do I want to be?
I have went on numerous interviews, I'm very qualified for these jobs, and got turned down alot, and this last job I was on for a week all excited feeling blessed not a whole lot an hr but 10 minutes from home loved it was told I was doing excellent, but head guy in California called on that Friday after whole week of work and said not going to work out something on my credit didnt fit their criteria. What a crock.
I have been trying to get a job since the middle of last year and and I am already frustrated to no end. I have a undergrad degree which I can absolutely do nothing with and I have applied to just about every job opening available in the tri state area. Did anyone else go through what I am experiencing and could you please give me some advice on how to get gainful employment?
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I have two questions- What hard and soft skills are needed to make a job candidate more appealing to employers and what ideas can Jobcase members provide to make one more marketable in today's job market? I ask this because I have been noticing trends of hiring managers doing internal hiring within companies and other business entities and listing various skills, software programs and certifications in their…
When they ask you your strengths and weaknesses what do you say?
I have been working in Home Healthcare Sectors for 7 years, and I passed CFE Certificate Exam and wanted get a job as AML/KYC Analyst Position. I hope any current job seekers or anyone who already work in this field share more information for the employer. Thanks.
I was medically retired from the Army in 2010. I was also fortunate enough to make it to 20 yrs. I have four college degrees. And numerous classes in computers and coding. I tweak my resume for each job I apply for and still nothing. It's getting very discouraging. Any ideas? Help.
I was offered a job with Kaiser but here's my problem. I do not have my diploma yet but I am currently working on it. What do you think I should do and has anyone ever went through this on a job.
Why do jobs make such a big deal about having a GED? I have a strong work ethic and alot of work experience. I hate to lie on an application but it seems to be the only way to get a job is to say you have your GED. I have worked with many co-workers who have a degree but have zero common sense or work ethic. Unless its a specalized field I dont understand why its such a big deal.
7 years with Chrysler, (level 3), 8 years with GM, 5 years high volume pre owned dealership, and 5 years with tire kingdom starting in 1994. Looking to move from Florida to North Georgia, Tennessee, or North Carolina. What's good out there?