R C
9 months ago
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Still no luck.

I've currently applied for 355 positions with no interviews. I'm simply running out of time. 355 apps/resumes sent and not a single one. Nothing. I've contacted recruiter after recruiter and still nothing even after nine recruiters...yes, NINE. Rejection after rejection.

Any help whatsoever is greatly appreciated.

Thanks, R

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Richard Miller
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This not me. Stop

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Elizabeth Rodriguez
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Re do your resume. Get professional help if necessay. American airlines is hiring Ramp agent- Fed Ex courier- Swissport- ramp agent and fuelers. Golden Gate work with car rental companies and ABM also work with car rental companies. Good Kuck

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Francesca Mirmina
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I’m going through the same thing, it’s been a year :( Wish I could help

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Kimberly Bollella
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Try dismantling your resume and freshen it up, just a thought

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George Glusko
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Apply for jobs one level lower.

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debra ethan
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Please let me know what kind of job you are seeking, what is on your resume and in your cover letter.

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Salah Belghazouani
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I got my deploma of catering ( Restauration ) , I have some experiences , and I need a job

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Angeria Savory
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Are you applying for the position you are qualified for? Your resume may say too much or too little. Call the recruiters and ask what was their decision based on. You need to know what is your weak link and work on that. I had a friend called my previous employer to verify employment and they said too much, not to mention it was a lie. I fought back with prayer and doors started opening. Got a job and called for two interviews the same day. God is faithful, trust him. Good luck.

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Dawn Asbury
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I feel you rc ive been out of work sinc11/8/2019have had interviews but know luck

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William Huntsman
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These so called "jobs" most likely don't exist, it is a ruse by head hunters to get big numbers, and they actually get paid to do this to you and me. Recruiters are in on the scam as well. they look good on paper, but these "jobs" are just a bait and switch tactic. it is supposed to be illegal to do this, but, obviously there is a big loop hole somewhere.

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