Roland Hall
over 6 months ago
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Am I Dead yet

I can not believe some of these people one day they may definitely need me so what if I'm dead. It used to be you got what you were worth so were is the payoff? I have finished school for nearly a year without hardly any replies no interviews

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Clara Gabrielli

Hi Roland - I'm sorry to hear you haven't been getting interviews. Do you follow up on your applications? That actually might be a step that helps you get in contact with the employers and lands you an interview!

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Jim Felton

Don't apply anywhere you don't know anyone...took me two years to learn that one, and I have 30 years' experience, have worked on five continents, and have an MBA...

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Gmail Dlrd

That's not the chase you gotta be accurate with your resume and follow up on your interview not all the time that you know someone will lend you the job it's your work history and resume it work for me and I just moved to the States that I put in the application good work history and attendance you could never fail

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Joseph Moser

A lot depends on what degree you received, what school you graduated from, what sort o jobs you have been applying for, what job experience you have, and where you might be limiting your search. You might have to take some sort of technical course to get a specific skill/certification. You might have to look for jobs far away from where you would prefer to live. There has never been a time when people starting out "got what (they felt they) were worth. If all you have going for you is your degree, then you have better be ready to take entry-level jobs, which normally pay less than most people would want. Hopefully you can find some place that might be willing to let you prove your worth. Stop thinking about some sort of "payoff" - that shows an attitude of entitlement, which you don't deserve to have. You, also might want to refresh your English grammar, to avoid mistakes like "may definitely" and "without hardly any" - mistakes like that jump right off the page and almost scream ignorance. particularly if they occur in a resume, which has to be absolutely perfect. Your studies were not so much an investment so much as it was an acquiring of basic credentials to get your foot in the door.

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