Cincinnati Works job fair is COMING next Tue!!

Hey Cincinnati, are you ready?

The job fair is next Tuesday, September 17th from 1-4pm in the Cintas Center located at
1624 Herald Ave, Cincinnati.

Find out all the info here.

NOW is the time to make those final preparations so you are confident and ready to go! Check out these tips to help you prepare for the fair as the weekend approaches!

-Friday
Know the companies you are interested in and research their mission/culture TODAY. Take some…

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Do you have the list of employers for the Cincinnati job fair? I clicked on the link Ashley had in her post but it was for…

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Do interviews freak you out?

It can feel a little difficult to prepare for an interview when you are not sure what to expect.

In this 1 minute video produced by one of our talented interns Rachel Swansburg real Jobcase employees share their interview tips with you!

Make sure to watch the video so you feel more confident and prepared before your next interview.

So tell us, did we miss anything?

What are some interview tips that have worked well for you in the past?

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I would b over construction repairs. I have built 5 plants in my time.

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Makes no sense...

My resume shows a lot of customer service jobs. I tried applying for other jobs but tend to get told..no experience, no job. How am I to get experience, when I can’t get the job.

Go to a trade school for what you find more interesting and after you graduate let the school connections help you get the job you…

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PERSONALITY TRAITS ON YOUR RESUME

Personal Traits Sought By Employers

Employers are requiring more of their employees today in a technologically fast paced world. Employees must be able to not only adapt and thrive to an ever-changing world, but also must possess many skills and traits that will showcase and make them stand out from the crowd when job searching.

A resume must not only show potential employers a wide array of skills, work experience, accomplishments, but also…

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I just simply include these traits in a short, simple professional summary at the beginning of my resume. Then I focus more on my…

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I feel like giving up

My town is really fierce competition for jobs or has lack of one's that differ from needing wine experience. I applied to 30 and still no job. Im getting frustrated with how much experience I have or seeing their workers not doing much when I go to interview but they don't offer me the job. They love my resume always and is impressed but there's always one person with a little bit more experience for me. Where I live you need more than 1 job…

Hang in there, Jessica. Even though there is a lot of competition where you live, generally speaking, there is a nursing…

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Annoyed!!!

I’ve filled out plenty of job applications and even did a follow up call for each and every one I even made a beautiful resume and I still get no call back I’m getting so frustrated

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Try applying for federal jobs usajobs.gov

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Don't know what to do!! My printer is broke.

I need copies of my resume for the job fair but don’t got money for a new one. I don’t even got a job now. Help!!!! Where do you all print them from??

veteran

your local library or r job service you can print them for free

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The library though not free usually charges about 10-15 cents which is pretty reasonable compared to larger companies who may…

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Am I not good enough???

It’s been three month almost four months since I graduated and still have yet found one job in my field of study (or other fields I’m currently seeking)! I probably applied close to 250+ jobs since May and every email I get back is rejection with no explanation or I don’t hear back at all after application process (waited the normal 2-4 weeks, but still nothing) is it my experience? My resume? I perfected my resumes multiple times and my prior…

I’ve been looking for over 8 months after graduating with my Masters in Health Administration. I have a multitude of work…

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23 Years Old- Too Little Experience 7 Years Ago, Now too Much Experience

Having had an obsession with programming related tasks since I was a small boy, I got many years of programming experience and ended up consulting for tech companies as soon as I was 16. I now work for a large corporation at 23 years old where I am now unhappy and no longer feeling secure with my career. Everything is being outsourced to India and other foreign countries to save money, and our department’s tasks and projects that I love and take…

Ok Nick I'm going to keep this response short and sweet. from what you say you are a coder??? short term for programmer. which…

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How is your cover letter?

The last time you applied to a company did you also make sure to include a cover letter?

A well-written cover letter gives you a chance to sell yourself to the employer in a conversational style manner and most importantly explains why you are the ideal candidate!

Plus, by writing a cover letter you will make it clear that you truly want the job because you took the extra steps than just submitting a resume.

Now let’s help you write one!

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Thank you so much Ashley!!

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Employer Ghosting on the rise

I have been experiencing employer ghosting for over 2 years. I have a Bachelors and Masters degree in Business and Management 10+ years of experience in my field. I’ve turned in over 300 resumes done by professionals at a cost of 700.00 and 0 interviews. I have a clean record never been fired. The one interview I did receive was for a position I was overqualified for and the manger literally said, “I’m not going to waste my time or yours because…

I have similar situation I have a bachelors and a Masters both in management as well I had a very difficult time finding work I…

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