It’s a long road 40+ yrs experience in many facets of business world. Been searching for 4+ months or more. No one wants to invest overqualified is the common thread. It’s exhausting and frustrating. Age is the factor. I have lowered my salary expectations and nothing still swimming but soon will be drowning and unemployment will be on horizon. Company is pushing me out decision at end of month. Growing tired.
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A couple days ago I finished 2 rounds of interviews at a company. After interviewing two times, but before the 3rd round, the recruiter calls and says
your asking is a bit too high. I said
well we can negotiate on it when the time comes. Is this normal?
Note: The recruiter asked me what my salary asking was before interview and I gave him a range
A - Accept the Job Offer anyway!
B - Accept the Job Offer ONLY if you can re-negotiate up to the original salary.
C - Accept the Job Offer because you’re confident to get promotion within a year.
D - Decline the Job Offer!
Let's talk about the common pitfalls we face in our search for our next employment opportunity.
First, let's talk about the hiring process and how it works.
We submit job applications/resumes/cover letters (usually online).
We interview and hope for an offer or an invitation to the next interview; this repeats until we get an offer or aren't moved along to the next step of the hiring process.
We negotiate and either accept or…
Worked for a place close to my house I thought I wasn't happy so I took another job not so close to my house about a hour one way the people at the job close to my house were different than me so I took the other job farther away from my house because I thought I knew these people because I have worked with them before they turn out to be rotten to their core just goes to show the grass is greener in you're own yard lesson learned c
Ok so on an interview this question bothered me and I always said no.
Do you have any questions for me? I would hesitate to ask about money or salary and when am I going to start seemed very cliche.. so I'd not ask anything. That was until, I got some interesting feedback on my review from my employer.. They viewed not asking anything as disinterest or no real commitment to the interview process.. so I have developed this and it has changed how…
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So I have two jobs that I’ve been going into for interviews for the past couple weeks bc I’ve been out of a job for a while and these two places both seem interested in me, but what do I do if they both want to hire me at the same time. After all the time do I just let one of them down? What if the better paying one calls after to offer me a job? Is it ok to accept a job and then quit right after bc of the time crunch?
Sometimes when we are in the market for a job we need to go into it with a Dustin Hoffman attitude. What I mean when I say this is to ask the employer for a decision about employment right then and there. Make sure this is the job you really want and you know that you will be a great fit. I have gotten many jobs that have lasted a long time before going back to school to obtain my Master's degree. The problems I find in the job market today are…