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Marijoy Bertolini

No experience?

“But how do I get my FIRST job?!?” is a question I hear all the time (& it’s a good one!). Here’s some help:
- First, remember that EVERYONE has been in the same position that you’re in...

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Marijoy Bertolini

Why Titles Matter

As a recruiter, when I hear “I don’t care about titles,” candidates are usually saying: “I’m flexible,” and/or “I’m willing to work my way up.” And that’s great. There’s another reason titles...

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Valentine Riley

Hi everyone, my name is Valentine thank all.
I am interested in working any position at business but I am available anytime for working schedule please i need job and I am looking for opening...

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Anthony HarringtonUsflag

Site Suggestions

It would be great if the jobcase forum was more streamlined like an active message board.

You could have an interview questions forum
A religious/witnessing/prayer forum
A discrimination...

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Laila Nashat

Hi, Anthony! We're considering how we evolve as a product all the time. Thanks for the feedback!

Interview Like A Pro: Through The Good And The Bad
Amelia Danoff

Phone interviews?

I always have trouble with phone interviews because I never feel like I am able to get across my full character since we are not in person interviewing face to face. How do I keep the...

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Phone interviews were a little tough for me, but I found my secret is to keep them on pace. I feel it is important to take a breath before you start an answer. Also, I will repeat the question...

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Marijoy Bertolini

"I'll do anything" does NOT help you get the job

Jobcasers,
You guys are awesome, so I thought I'd pass on a tip: don't say "I'LL DO ANYTHING" in an interview since that means you are expecting the company to figure out what to do with you...

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I'm working now but thinking about changing jobs sometime next year. How often should I update my resume?

Marijoy Bertolini

As often as you do something new/notable! There's nothing wrong with changing your resume. It should really be a living document that changes as you develop in your career. I keep a Word...

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Trisha Hilburn

How I nailed my #RightatHome interview

I was honest. I had never worked as a Caregiver, but I knew my personality and I made sure I pointed out my work ethic . I listened to what the company had to offer and didn't make any promise...

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Joanna Mucera

To all posters. This is a word of friendly advice and not intended to offend anyone.

Even though it is the content that matters, vernacular and spelling may inspire trust in responses. A message can be better received when it is well written. If you lack writing skills, you...

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Michael CronkUsflag

I said the same thing and I don't believe they comprehend that?

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Jim Flack

"Write Something to Catch Our Eye!"

There are some online application systems that include a field that will say, "What makes you unique? Write something that will catch our eye!" (150 characters)

I usually write: "I can...

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Laila Nashat

I LOVE Monty Python! Thanks for sharing their brilliant comedy with the community. Also love the idea of slipping in pop culture references here and there, especially if culture fit is...

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LaTanya Davis

HANG IN THERE!!! Your dream job will come.

Yes, this is wordy. I just want to walk you thru my ordeal so you will know that you’re not alone.

I’ve been looking for a job for nearly a year in a half. The job search process became a...

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Anthony HarringtonUsflag

Jobcase needs more posts like this. Posts that offer legitimate and well constructed advice, real world experiences, and practical solutions. We need less posts about lawsuits, less...

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LaTanya Davis

I agree with you. Jobcase definitely need more constructive posts with solutions and less rants or negative posting.

Dress for Success
Trina Lovingood

Tips for interviewing styles

Hi Alyson
First off let's all go back to the saying, that your first impression may be your last so always make it your best. Ladies whatever you do, never use excessive make up, jewelry, or...

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Steve Gregory

Excellent advice, Trina. Also young people, maintain good eye contact throughout the interview. Whenever I interview a candidate and they don't look me in the eye, they are eliminated from the...

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Joshua Pasco

What I loved working at #Peerlesssteel

The pay rate isn't the greatest, however they are a very flexible and family oriented company. Given you work as expected, you will be treated like family. I would recommend this job for...

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Chris Duncan

Job Sites vs Applying directly to the company

Just something i have noticed recently. I have applied to jobs from Career Builder, Monster, Zip Recruiter, Indeed, LinkedIn, etc. I have gotten a total of 2 interviews in the last 6 months....

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This is exactly what I am encountering. I've had more responses from Zip Recruiter than anyone else. As for applying in person or networking through friend and former colleagues, these are...

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Tishawanna Jackson

How I nailed my #Usps interview

Being honest and straight forward

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Susan Miles

Scams

With all of the scams out there trying to take advantage of people looking for work, I thought it would be good to post a couple of articles that give you some tips on identifying a scam. ...

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Alyssa Hicks

Thanks for sharing, Susan!

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The hints and some helps

Over the course of 4 months I have learned a few things with being in interviews.
1. Do not volunteer anything.
2. Practice interviewing with people you know who will be honest with you...

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Tara Lautner

Great great advice . One can never hear it enough . Thank you for sharing

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Cornell Eiland

My advice to people interested in working at #PeopleReady as a #Laborer ...

Just stay on them text work every morning.plus they just got a new app it's call JobStack try downloading that and see if that work for you thank you all have a nice evening

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My comment is move your job to South East Houston then look me up other wise fuck off

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Shayna Feagans

How I nailed my #Wafflehouse interview

I got my interview with Waffle House by going up there once every couple days, and I also called them every day I had to send in two different applications because they change every month, but...

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Marijoy Bertolini

Interview Tip: Research the Company

Hi folks~ anyone who is interviewing with a company should hop on the company's website to research & learn as much as they can. The company has put info on their site because they think it's...

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What about employee reviews. Most of the employee reviews I find are excessively negative or mixed at best. How much weight should that carry on my decision to pursue a career with the...

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Sasha Contreras

John, such a great question because I often find myself struggling to sift through those reviews, trying to get a balanced point of view. I must say though, if I'd read the reviews for my...

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Dominic Ward

Careeronestop

Take a look in your local area for various training or job resources at https://www.careeronestop.org hope this helps.

Laila Nashat

Hi Dominic, thanks for this great source! It can help many people.

Dominic Ward

You're welcome

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Jobcase Team

3 Things Teens Should Do When Looking For A Summer Job

If you're a teen – or if you know a teen – check out these tips.

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Laila Nashat

This is great! Thank you!

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