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Bill Branstetter
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about 2 months ago

Imagine this scenario: You receive an offer from one company, but you are hoping for an offer from another company next week. What's the best way to navigate that situation? Should you tell company #1 that you are waiting on another offer?

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Joshua Coronado
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Raised on retail, former entertainment assistant, seeking new opportunities

That's a tough one... I don't think I would tell company #1 about company #2, but I would have to tell them something to give myself more time. I feel like this happens almost every time I'm up for a job! It's a bit stressful, and you don't want to lie or leave a company high and dry...

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Kenji Yamacya
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It's a bit of a catch-22, until I get the second offer from another company, it'll be hard to officially give an answer to the first company. But I think we could negotiate by telling them the truth and let them know you are excellent.

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Robert Jenkins
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#1 You must have patience for every aspect of a driving career, from dealing with the vehicle itself people on the road, to dealing with different companies as well as potential new customers/employers. #2 if you make more money than you need, save that money because the time is coming when you won't make any. A career in transportation can be very fickle #feastorfamine. #3 You need the ability to take the good with the bad. Some transportation jobs will be great, others, not so great. Just hang in there you're going to be fine

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Judy Gale
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4 months ago

#1 be able to work alone, 💕 love to travel, make friends easily, believe in your product!

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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Gary Campbell
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James Blair
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Alfredo Rupprecht
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From my 22 years applying and recruiting maybe I can help some by highlighting a few very common error lines to avoid in resumes, others very widely used but that dont add any value and are all followed by some positive impact lines to replace with.

❌1 “I'm absolutely convinced I’m a great fit for the role” or any of its variants: “ I” 'm convinced I can do this” “I’m convinced I have the right skills for this job”

⏩ Well good for you you are convinced you can do it! Thing is you have to convince the recruiter**** Realize this type of line is only a statement to yourself, you are not demonstrating anything to the recruiter👍

✅As I always like to stress, the #1 element you must have in any resume or cover letter is SHOWCASING YOUR BEST PAST ACHIEVEMENTS PROPER TO THE ROLE. Do not label yourself, only prove your worth. At the most, after demonstrating your skills, a great transition line could be:

  • “I hope that through these concrete examples, you can sense my optimal fit for this role. In this case, I’d love to have the opportunity to further expand on the value I can bring to your team through an interview with you”

2 “Please give me a chance, I can do this!”, “I’ll do anything!” Any supplicatory lines are a BIg no-no.

⏩Companies look for the best candidate and they need proof of their skills to determine that not someone that only promises he can do it.. It also shows desperation. if you will do anything for a paycheck, its very likely you will not like it and leave in a few months and the company will have to spend more time and money finding someone else.

3 Self adjectivization/labeling: I’m a serious, effective, analytical, self-starter, reliable, bla bla customer service agent, sales person etc

⏩Similar to error#1, the point is to convince your recruiter and self labeling doesnt prove ANYTHING. Try avoiding it altogether but if you feel the need to mention something about your skill set ( often in the first paragraph of a CL) be sure to follow through with a, DEMONSTRATION of your characteristics through, again and again, CONCRETE PAST ACHIEVEMENTS. Else its just cheap talk!!

✅Great junction lines between all the wonderful things you say about yourself and the achievement examples:

  • “Now, I know we can all say wonderful things about ourselves so allow me to demonstrate to you my skill set through some of my most recent achievements”
  • .“I‘m confident you will see these qualities through the following concrete examples:”

In these lines, you are acknowledging its up to the recruiter to see the value you claim to have. You put the burden of proof on yourself while still reflecting a high confidence level.

4 Whenever asked about a task: I have no idea - I’ve never done that, I dont know about it.

⏩Nothing worse than not knowing… Many others do know so you will be discarded.

✅ To keep your chances in these situations rather say that you havent done that specific task but you have done something similar and provide your best past performance in that related field Show you have some understanding of the subject.

5 “I’m passionate about”

⏩ Nothing wrong with it in itself but my friends, it is so used it becomes almost hollow of meaning and the challenge of any application is to STAND OUT. Imagine your recruiter reading 80 times “I’m passionate about…” and all of a sudden your application saying something different. It will catch the attention very favorably.

✅ So use synonyms or embrace other concepts like:

“ I feel accomplished when..”, “I feel wholesome when.. ” “My drill in life is..”, I use “ My reason for being in life is”

There are many more but for most of us the reading span only goes that far😉

Hope this helps some out there!

#jobsearch #interview #motivation #resume #hiringnews #workfromhome #advice #stress #application #hiringevents #unemployment #termination #ageism #policy #firstjob #foodservices #retail #onlinetraining

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Without Failure.)

In life, we fall-short over, over and over again. However, we can make things right once we try.

7 - KEYS To Create Your Change:

Key #1. Thinking Establishment.

"Believe in yourself and have faith in your abilities! Demonstrate a can do it attitude. Think with an aire of reasonableness, willingness and confidence."

Then, success and happiness will greet you with open arms when you least expect.

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #positivity #unemployment #hiringevents #firstjob #termination #aboutmyjob #ageism #termination #advice #policy

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