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CORNELIUS Jernagin
29 days ago

I was hired from the citywide job fair at UIC!!! THANKS GUYS!!! THANK S&C!! #hired

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Bree Sobowale
3 months ago

I'm having such a hard time looking for work. Sometimes I really sit back and wonder if I'm doing something wrong with my job search. Was it the way I formatted my job resume or my work history? Are these jobs really hiring? Why so many job postings with super long wait time for a response back? I feel like throwing my degree in the trash sometimes. What's the point? And now funds are getting tight for me and I had to actually pawn a few of my valuables just so i can pay off some late bills. Our economy and job searching sucks. :( #jobsearch #advice #application

UPDATE: I guess it's just the timing of how long companies will reply back but I GOT HIRED! Found great permanent opprtunity near where I live that matches my experience. Thanks to everyone who tried helping me but I'm officially done with job searching. #hired

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Justine Walker
4 months ago

And I really came on here to warn u guys about the scam I almost got pulled into but they r saying that they r the recruiter for NHS AND THEY WANT U TO DO A SKYPE INTERVIEW TO WORK FROM HOME MAKING 32 BUCKS AN HOUR. AND AFTER I DID THE "INTERVIEW" FOR ALMOST 3 HOUSE AND NEVER TALKING TO ANYONE WE WERE DOING THE INTERVIEW Through TEXT ONLY AND GOT THE OFFER LETTER AND EVERYTHING THEY TELL ME THAT THWY SUPPLY ALL THE EQUIPMENT TO WOR FROM HOME THAT THEY WERE GOING TO MAIL ME A BRAND NEW MAC BOOK PRO A IPAD AND ALL KINDS OF THIS OTHER REAL EXSPENCIVE STUFF THEY TELL ME THAT I HAVE TO GIVE THEM 500 BUCKS TO BUY A TIMECARD TRACKER??? LIKE REALLY I WAS SO DISAPPOINTED AND I JUST STOPED TEXTING AND THEY HAVE BEEN CALLING ME FOR ALMOST 3 WEEKS NOW EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR ASKING ME TO BUY THAT STUPIS THING SO ......and not to mention I thought I had a job but I don't😮‍💨 back to the job search again #jobsearch #interview #followup #advice #scams #application #hired

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earnest gomer jr
5 months ago

#interview I've got a my interview and it happened the same an interview but wasn't. #hired

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Levi Spencer
5 months ago

Need a job? Use Indeed over 100+ available jobs, I got hired at olive garden. after applying I had an interview the next day and got hired. #jobsearch #hired #advice

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Jesse J
6 months ago

I was offered a job at a company and had been working there for about a month. Being only a month in, I was still in my training period. Then I received a voicemail from the same person who initially offered me a job with another job offer for the same position. Then the following week, I was let go (I wasn't given any specifics other than under performance which was never brought to my attention once by any of the floor managers). So it seems like the hiring manager didn't realize I had already been working at the company and, if I took the new job offer, I would essentially be replacing myself. So the question is, should I take up the new job offer as if I were a completely new candidate? If so, how should I go about doing so? #jobsearch #advice #termination #management #hired #followup #confusion #joboffer

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Janet Brady
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So, i am a little confused myself, you were doing the job that they hired you for. Then they offered you the job that you already were doing. Then they let you go, and you are asking should you take the job that they are offering you for the same position? I do not know the details of what transpired, have you asked them about the new offer? Do you know that this is job is still on the table for you now? I would contact HR and see what they have to say, no harm no fowl and it will answer your question. Goodluck!!!

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Michael Carvalho
over 6 months ago

Once you've landed a job, the hard work isn't over. Adjusting to a new workplace can feel overwhelming, between meeting colleagues, learning about the company and getting into a routine in your role. But being a new hire doesn't have to be so stressful, writes Fast Company. To help set yourself up for success in the first month of a new position, here are four strategies:

• Learn your manager's expectations and establish how success will be measured.

• Establish good habits early, such as forming an organization system.

• Build relationships with your co-workers and create a positive reputation.

• Learn as much as you can about the company to ease your transition.

Take Time to Appreciate the New Beginning! #hired #Newjob

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Sharon G
over 6 months ago

I have a Bachelor’s degree yet I’m only finding jobs that pay $17 hr. What’s your thought. Would you guys take such jobs ? #hired

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Tabitha Stevens
over 6 months ago

I'm really wanting to find something in interior design #hired #jobsearch

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