I am worth the job I want because, for the first time, I have a clear understanding of my values and career goals. Therefore, I am able to better choose a company whose mission aligns with my values and I can be truely passionate about the task at hand.
I've been in the pits of our government and have been motivated to work hard for my money so I can be a productive member of our society.
I know I am worth it I see my self with lots of ootential. I have lots of confidence in myself that I know i can get my job done..
I'm worth it : With my diverse skills , drive for excellence and pride for performance . I'm a great candidate for any position in Windows , Doors & Hardware and Finish Carpentry .
I believe I'm worth the job I want because of prior experiences and successes.
I am worth what I put out when in a job. your net worth is measured by how hard you put into your work.
Since I was 8 years old my life dream was to be a trucker an save money to start my own business an that my goal in life
I believe I deserve the job I want because I earned a Bachelors degree in Biology which was not easy. I served 4 years in the Air Force and gained discipline and valuable job experience. I have 17 years of work experience. I have been stuck in the same warehouse position for 10 years with no chance of advancement. I though I would be in some kind of leadership position after a year or two. That wasn't the case. I guess my education and skills don't matter at this job. Getting in the warehouse business was a really bad choice. Now I know what to stay away from as I look for something more lucrative. I am hoping God will bless me this year and I can find a better job. I am totally bored and burned out on this current job.
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