Finding a company that has the same values as you have. I can mesh with different types but not where we both are uncomfortable with each other. Nobody is wrong but success is not likely.Thanks,Ford
Definitely waiting for a reply from them!!! 👍
The hardest thing is applying and being diligent.
It's awaiting the decision. I have no stage fright, so an interview is nothing, but then one has to wait and wait, suspecting that those passing judgment on you are likely less intelligent than you are, and wondering why a company or its people can have such control over your life... then you either get rejected and have to go through it again, or get hired and find out just how wonderful working there really is. If this process annoys you, the best thing is to find jobs where you don't have to be so judged, and don't have to work with abusive adults. Teaching schools is good... you associate mostly with children, with relatively little adult contact. It can be quite nice if chldren don't bother you.
Your age..I am rn with 28. Years experience and still can not get a job even at DEHC IN SC GIVING SHOTS
Time and Effort
The hardest part is finding a job that pays a livable wage and doesn’t age discriminate!
Putting aside time to do it!
Finding an opening for a job that suits my experience and doesn't make me cry whenever I think about doing it all day. And, when I find one of those, never hearing back after I apply.
Yes, the waiting is the hardest part. Places don’t seem to move very quickly, “urgent need” or not.