How can I turn over a new leaf and start a job that isn’t in the food industry? I’m a quick learner I can work with a team or alone just need a forever job
Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.
I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.
I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.
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After a very successful 15+ years career in casino business ( table games), I felt that it was time to look for some stability and a normal schedule in life. I got tired of working graveyard shifts, holidays, weekends etc.... And last year in February of ‘19, I’ve decided to take a leap of faith and go back to school. I enrolled into a program for Administrative Medical Assistant, which lasted for 7 months plus additional 180h as an intern... see more
For me, life is about experience and growth. In order to do that effectively, you need to train yourself mentally and physically to adapt; the most amazing human skill. The best way to do this is to put yourself in uncomfortable situations and unknown territories. This will force you to be aware, adapt and learn as much as you can and make connections between previous knowledge and memories. This skill along with the drive to become successful... see more
This company paid to teach me so much. I took various classes and received multiple certifications all for free. Great company to work for. They take care of their employees. The pay is pretty good and they have a good incentive program to get quick raises. The best company I’ve worked for on paper. Every hospitality job is going to come with its ups and downs. But for every down moment you had, there was 20 up moments that the company made for... see more
What I love best of my current job is the training. I am a certified trainer for new hires and stock reserve order pickers. The opportunity to ensure consistent teaching and building of job knowledge for new staff is rewarding.
My last position was a bit new to me. Working in Best Buy was a big store where even I, as a Cashier get asked questions frequently. Things i didnt know or understand, i taught myself. No training. I'll take the initiative to teach myself. I dont wait for others.
I'm looking for entry level jobs where my lack of experience is something sought cause I can learn and adapt to anything
I'v worked lots of diffrent jobs and I'm a hard worker and a quick learner
Success in business, or any workplace, requires really just one core skill: The ability to establish and maintain relationships with people who will help and support you in reaching your goals.
Unfortunately, it's a skill the vast majority of people lack.
We have a weekly call with a group of successful mentors teaching this skill, for free, and anyone can join the call.
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This is the second post in Find Your Future’s original content series!
For those out there who have landed their first job interviews, this content is an interview question guide for you. Towards the end of interviews, employers will usually ask you if you have any questions about the company or the role you’re applying for.
We’ve got 5 important questions in this guide for you to add to your question list... see more