I love working with people
Tip No.3: Socialize
Intense job hunting can be an isolating endeavor; don’t let it hinder your relationships. Friends and family are excellent sources of motivation and happiness… lean on them! You can use this time to explore more about yourself and find new hobbies. Join a book club or go to networking events in your area. You never know who you’ll meet along the... see more
Feel I could do the job
The hardest part about my job was .... getting to know people I’m shy but not after a while
Yes, you have a network. Family. Friends. Neighbors. Former colleagues and customers. Your church or spiritual community. Your clubs. Your gym. Yes, you have contacts everywhere. Leverage them for information on job opportunities and introductions: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/relationships-communication/job-networking-tips.htm/
My general manager has had it for me for over a year and a half and finally had my job eliminated. Starting over again hasn’t been easy. Trying to get past the Robo Recruiter is difficult. Any suggestions? I’ve been networking with as many friends as I can, but realize they can only do so much.
It's that simple. I've put in applications to well over a hundred companies. Hardly EVER hear anything back let alone promising. My resume and cover letter are updated and on point in my opinion. I truly believe its who you know and frankly I'm a homebody so there arent too many people that I know well enough to get my foot in the door at a promising, well paying company. I'm frustrated and discouraged at this point.
I'm kind of new at finding jobs online, I'm usually a person who goes out to places to find a job, but I haven't really had time recently to go out hunting for one. If you have any tips, please let me know. Also here is a random drawing of mine that is also my profile picture.
I finally landed a VP level job after being laid off three months ago. As part of my severance package, I received three months access to a professional firm to assist with resume, interviewing, networking, and other learning sessions Several stats stood out to me that I hope many will benefit from.
- Over 75% of all jobs are acquired through someone in your network.
- About 10-15% come from you applying on job boards
- The average response rate to... see more