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Are there any really FREE resume helpers out there? I have a resume but I think the presentation is lacking. I have experience but I never get calls. I'm frustrated because I am educated and am stuck in an operations position that I think I am overqualified for. I know I was hired to fill a seat that needed to be filled and was told that within 6 months I would be doing something else. That something else is making travel arrangements and reservations. I need some resume help:)
Thought I finally found water but only ended up with more dirt! I sharing this in hope that people can avoid making the same mistake out of desperation. After months of searching for a job in management and coming close to wiping out my entire savings account I chose to dumbed down my resume and apply for a job way below my qualifications. October marks my 3rd month for a small company overwhelmed with bad management, disgruntled employees, and a poor career outlook. My self confidence, attitude, and hope of getting back on my feet again is fading into darkness and affecting my mental health. I feel stuck! I think I would have been better off waiting a little longer for a more suiting job opportunity. How can I overcome spiritually, mentally, and physically from this rock bottom situation I feel I’m in right now?
I think I just committed career suicide! I turned down a management promotion last week and starting to think that I may have permanently shut the door on any future career progress at this company. Believe me, I thought long and hard about the offer but realized that I just couldn’t take on the extra responsibilities and hours needed to perform the job. My family life is in shambles! I have a teenage son who’s out of control and quickly sinking into addiction, a young daughter who I barely get to see, and a wife who resents the hell out of me because I’m not pulling my weight at home. Sure, the new job gets me get’s me nice salary bump and prestige at work but on the other end I risk loosing my family. It’s real competitive, lot’s of big egos, so I’m sure the top brass of the company is looking at my decision like a slap in the face. Should I keep an eye out for opportunities at another companies or continue to ride it out at my current job and hope the leadership here has a short memory?
Hello I have been at my job for 5 years and there is no room for growth or advancement and I am looking for a company in the health care field where I can utilize my skills as well as grow within the organization. Thank you Corina Guevara
I applied at Amazon for the Sortation Logistics position in Carlsbad,Ca.. However I am in the health care business now but wanting to change from a job to a career where I can be given the chance to move up in the company. I worked at a Target store as a pull team specialist supervisor. I ran a team that would bring the back stock out to the floors and generate orders to fill lows, outs and sales. I trained incoming managers for our home stores and sister stores. Stressful and fast paced.I loved that job but as in life bad things happen my mom was murdered and I didn't get the time off I needed and quit the job. I really miss it and feel I would be a great team member for Amazon. This was 26 years ago and in between my health care jobs I have worked as a mason tender, waitress, real estate agent for California and became fiber optic certified, None of those jobs panned out. Although I am good as a licensed nurses assistant I love the elderly but the job opportunity to move up is impossible. Most companies that own LTR;s and rehabs give you raises up to a 4% a year. I need and desire the opportunity to move in a company. How do I put my experience and not have to put every job I have had for the last 26 years to get to my Target experience I have. I have to say I have never had a resume. Thanks for your help.