700 resumes later and still Mo full time work. At age 48, tell me, am I just being bypassed because I'm pleasingly plump and 48 years old? Doesn't matter the years of experience now..this is crazy..so I put myself back into school taking a Human Resource course. Needless to say one test took 45 minutes for me to pass! Lollol. Anyone else out there experiencing the same thing? Restless in MD...
Memorial Day is a day full of remembering our loved ones whom we lost who have served - friends, family, fathers, sons, mothers, daughters, brothers & sisters - and on this day, we honor each and every person who made the ultimate sacrifice.
I asked some of us here at Jobcase to share what Memorial Day means to them. Here’s what they said:
Ashley: “To me, Memorial Day is a day for admiration towards those that made the ultimate sacrifice for…
I got the call that I was offered a job! It doesn't pay as much as I would like, but I'm also working toward getting on with VIPkid. They mentioned several time that there is room for growth and I think that even if this isn't a forever career, the experience will definitely help my resume.
Keep applying! You can do it!
I had my first interview last week, exactly, seven days. I was told I'd be contacted this week in regards to coming in for a second interview. Do I give them more time to contact me? It took them a month to call me after I sent them my resume.
I am trying to put in applications after being off. I was terminated at my last job,how do I word it and explain? Thank you
What To Do If You Can't Find A Job
Unemployment can adversely affect your bank account, your self-esteem and your health. And if you've spent a prolonged amount of time submitting your resume to every job posting out there to no effect, it's easy to find yourself frustrated and in a state of despair.
You may feel that your are all alone in your struggle to find a job, but you aren't! Although the number of unemployed Americans have steadily…
It doesn't matter how extensive your experience and skills are, a new job hunt is always stressful. And in every time you compete for a competitive position, the margins of error are tiny; and you feel you must ace every interview.
It's easy to make mistakes when you have all of that pressure bearing down on you. Some are forgiving but others aren't such as answering I don't know to a question in an interview.
There are things and behaviors…
Ok, so what's rule #1 on resumes? It is simply: Remember what they are for.
They are to make the reader think they'd like to learn more about you and/or to meet you. That's it.
A good resume gets someone to call you to learn more.
They do NOT get you hired.
You do NOT need to tell every detail and life story.
You need to write it in summary form, with results and with the goal of wanting the reader to think:
The Boston job fair is COMING up on Thursday, June 6th from 1-4!
If you haven’t already, be sure to register HERE so you have the chance to meet and interview with some GREAT companies like Apple and Boston Children's Hospital. Full company list coming soon!
ULEM (Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts) is also offering several FREE career workshops onsite before the event begins to help you stand out and get hired. Be sure to take advantage!
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So many jobs from medical to the kitchen with things in between! So now I feel that my resume just looks all over the place even with the great positions... I guess my question is will this make employer pick a candidate that has work just in that field? Or should I have multiple resumes? #resume #jobsearch #candidate #overqualified