Opinons or suggestions: I was recently awarded an offer for a position with Parks and wildlife department in IT, after about a month of waiting for a decision, they finally made me an offer for the job based on stating I was their #1 choice. Then I was instructed to get my background check done at a 3rd party fingerprinting company. after getting a clear background check I was then waiting on my start date which should have been immediately, but…
I just started at a call center a few weeks ago and Ive got to admit Im really liking it so far. Ive worked all sorts of different places from fast food to a metal plant to dishwashing to retail and Ive never had a job that Ive liked as much as this one. So for those of you looking and having trouble finding a good job my advice is try a call center. The one I work for is results and when I go in to work every day I see nothing but smiling faces…
I became unemployed back in January. I sent out my resume to well over 100 places and was called back to three. I really wanted to work in the veterinary profession, but I’m not licensed as a tech.
I was actually ready to give up when I saw that one of my favorite fast food restaurants were hiring. I applied to the five closest locations and recently got hired.
I’m 36 and had a consistent work history of ~13 years. But, finally, after nearly…
I found a job by telling the employer, after the first interview, that I was going fishing. That seemed to impress them so they made a good offer. It does require relocating and relo was on the table.
Today I got hired at a great Hosptital with excellent pay and benefits. It has been a long journey of interviews knowing I slammed the interviews, but still got no replies. It was difficult knowing that you have 20+ people applying for 4 positions. I'm so very greatful and thankful God has elevated me to receive a blessing only he can give.
Has anybody at all found a job on Jobcase?
Other than spamming my inbox with worthless jobs I haven't seen anything
Let's hear those success stories
I had an interview in June, then trained 3 weeks in August, now I finally made it through flight attendant ground school training. It was hard, 21 began and only 10 of us graduated. I'll be doing my IOE in a few days and I'm excited and nervous at the same time. Thank you Jesus, I took a leap of faith and it's rewarding!!!
So I was offered a position within a company I'd love to work for and then was asked what kind of salary am I expecting. What should I tell the lady when I call her back? I don't want to undercut myself but I don't want to turn the company off either.