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Michael Carvalho
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over 6 months ago

🌟 Embracing Positivity in Your Job Search! 💼

Hello, job seekers! Searching for employment can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride, with its ups and downs. However, maintaining a positive mindset throughout the process is key to staying motivated and finding the perfect opportunity. So, let's explore some strategies to keep your spirits high and your energy focused as you navigate the world of job hunting. ✨

1️⃣ Believe in Yourself: Remember that you have unique skills, talents, and experiences to offer. Embrace your strengths and have faith in your abilities. Remind yourself of your accomplishments and the value you bring to the table. Confidence is contagious and can make a significant difference in your job search journey. #BelieveInYourself #OwnYourValue

2️⃣ Practice Self-Care: Job hunting can be demanding, both physically and emotionally. Take care of yourself during this process. Engage in activities that rejuvenate you, such as exercising, practicing mindfulness, spending time with loved ones, or pursuing hobbies. Nurturing your well-being will keep your spirits high and help you approach your job search with renewed energy. #SelfCareMatters #PrioritizeWellBeing

3️⃣ Maintain a Routine: Establishing a structured routine can provide a sense of stability and purpose during your job search. Set specific goals, create a schedule for your job search activities, and stick to it. This structure will help you stay focused and motivated. Additionally, include time for self-improvement, such as learning new skills or networking. #StayOrganized #GoalSetting

4️⃣ Seek Support: Don't hesitate to reach out to your support system—family, friends, mentors, or career advisors. Share your concerns, seek guidance, and ask for feedback. Surrounding yourself with positive and encouraging individuals can provide valuable insights, boost your confidence, and provide a sense of community during your job search journey. #SupportSystem #AskForHelp

5️⃣ Embrace Rejections as Opportunities: Rejections are a natural part of the job search process. Instead of allowing them to discourage you, view them as opportunities for growth and self-improvement. Learn from each experience, refine your approach, and keep moving forward. Remember, the right opportunity is waiting for you, and each rejection brings you closer to it. #LearnAndGrow #PersistencePaysOff

6️⃣ Stay Positive and Persistent: Maintaining a positive mindset is crucial, even when facing setbacks. Celebrate small victories along the way, such as securing an interview or receiving positive feedback. Surround yourself with positivity by reading inspiring articles, listening to motivational podcasts, or connecting with like-minded individuals. And most importantly, keep pushing forward with determination and resilience. Your dream job is within reach! #PositiveMindset #KeepGoing

Remember, your journey to finding employment is unique, and it may take time. Embrace the process, stay positive, and trust that the right opportunity will come your way. Believe in yourself, take care of your well-being, seek support, and persist in your efforts. The perfect job is waiting for someone as remarkable as you. Best of luck! 🌟💼 #JobSearchJourney #PositiveVibes

With unwavering positivity, Just Me✨

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George Tourney
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"The comeback is always stronger than the setback." 💪 I'm holding onto this belief as I navigate through the emotions of job termination and work on building an even brighter future for myself. #BelieveInYourself #JobSearchJourney

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Wendy Martinez
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Just got some tough news, but I won't let it get me down! 🌟 Despite not landing the job I interviewed for, I'm determined to keep pushing forward and finding the right opportunity that matches my skills and passions. #StayPositive #JobSearchJourney

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Michael Carvalho
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🌶️ Put Some Spice into Your Job Searching and Enjoy It! 🌶️

🔎 Are you tired of the same old routine when it comes to job searching? Are you looking for a way to make the process more exciting and enjoyable? Well, look no further! We've got some spicy tips to add flavor to your job search journey. Get ready to ignite your passion and find the perfect career match. 🚀

📌 Here are some ways to put some spice into your job searching and enjoy the ride:

1️⃣ #UnleashYourPassion: Take some time to reflect on what truly excites you. Discover your passions and align them with your career goals. When you're pursuing something you're passionate about, the job search becomes a thrilling adventure.

2️⃣ #ThinkOutsideTheBox: Don't limit yourself to conventional job search methods. Explore alternative avenues like networking events, industry-specific forums, and social media platforms. You never know where your next opportunity might be hiding!

3️⃣ #CreateYourBrand: Build a personal brand that showcases your unique skills and personality. Craft an engaging resume and optimize your online presence through a professional website or LinkedIn profile. Stand out from the crowd and leave a lasting impression.

4️⃣ #EmbraceTheChallenge: Job searching can be tough, but don't let it discourage you. Embrace the challenges as opportunities for growth and learning. Each rejection brings you one step closer to the right fit. Stay positive, resilient, and determined.

5️⃣ #ExpandYourHorizons: Consider exploring industries or roles that you may not have previously considered. Broaden your horizons and step out of your comfort zone. You might find hidden gems and discover new passions along the way.

6️⃣ #InvestInYourself: Use the job search period as an opportunity for personal and professional development. Take courses, attend workshops, or pursue certifications to enhance your skills and knowledge. Investing in yourself will make you a more attractive candidate.

7️⃣ #NetworkLikeAPro: Connect with professionals in your desired field, both online and offline. Attend industry events, join relevant groups, and engage in meaningful conversations. Networking can open doors to exciting job opportunities and valuable connections.

8️⃣ #StayMotivated: Job hunting can be a rollercoaster ride, but don't lose sight of your end goal. Stay motivated by celebrating small wins, maintaining a routine, and seeking support from friends, family, or career mentors. Remember, persistence pays off!

🔥 So, are you ready to spice up your job search? Embrace these tips, think outside the box, and turn your job hunt into an exhilarating adventure. Get ready to discover the perfect career match and enjoy the journey along the way! 🎉

#JobSearchingTips #PassionAndPurpose #CareerAdventure #ThinkOutsideTheBox #PersonalBranding #StayPositive #NetworkingMatters #InvestInYourself #MotivationMatters #JobSearchJourney #motivation #hiringnews #Believe

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Alexia Francuz
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Okay so I know recently I told you all I was going to post later on after the initial post that I put up, but that didn't happen. let me start by running down a quick timeline of how my life has been going send hurricane Harvey. Ok, here goes. Hurricane Harvey- shelter with my 10 year old; October 2017- out of shelter; December 2017- dislocated knee caps, which meant no work for Alexia; April 2018-went back to work and was fired because I didn't come back as strong as I used to be, but it was okay because I had a job lined up at the vet clinic; August 2018- diagnosed with lupus and that's what I got start my medication regulations; November- I broke; October; fired because I broke; January; Eviction started. So right now I am in the position where I'm not you worried about the evictionbecause I haven't received my income taxes yet, which was going to be used to move anyway. So I've had a pretty rough year. Do to them what happened it did open my eyes to seeing a lot of opportunities to just work from home. I would really be interested in this.I've never looked into it before and the closest I ever got to even saying it is me starting my own business. does anyone have any inside as far as to what I need to look for in a home base company that's trying to hire me and also maybe what I have in store and if it's good decision and if people have had good responses from doing that. So, I would really love everyone's opinion. I'm a very straightforward person who is not easily offended, so brutal honesty is always a great thing. thank you so much for listening and I will check back with you all later. Everyone enjoy their day.

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Julie A Zagorski
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Hello everyone; I like many of you have been unemployed for a long time. 2018 was a starvation year after a wrongful termination and refusal of unemployment. I fought it with legal help and at least got severance. I went through so many resumes, job council and pounding the pavement. I finally ended up driving for postmates (which I highly recommend) and working as a hostess for a chinese restaurant for 10.00 an hour and no benefits. I accepted an online employment offer that ended up being a huge employment scam in oct 2018 and have been unemployed since late Nov 2018 through now. With that back story; my comment from the subject line becomes relevant. Like many of you; I have a degree. A unique degree of a Bachelor of Science in Photography that I completed after seven years of hard work. I know the market is saturated with non educated photographers. I was commercial so that didn't effect me much. With the promise of the online job that turned out to be a scam, I moved to Colorado because I love it here and wanted to be happy after a 28 yr marriage that ended in divorce and many hardships. I search every day and have a notebook of all the applications and resumes I've sent and followup emails, phone calls etc. What makes matters even worse is that I'm seeing jobs posted for 10.00 that 10 years ago would pay 20.00 and benefits. Now it seems companies just want you to work for pennies and provide your own equipment or vehicle or whatever without compensation. There are good companies; don't get me wrong. However the second problem is that it takes nearly a month or two to begin working. Like many of you I am starving and have no unemployment. I've sold everything except my body and still can't sleep at night. What has happened to our nation where people like me and you are working two and three jobs just to pay rent and still starving? I'd go back to postmates except my car has been repossessed and I'm looking for work from home before I become homeless. I'm doing everything in my power to not go there. I am alone and have no family. I'm at my whits end. I'm faithful and have witnessed many miracles that have happened just when I had no food or no other way to pay a bill. If anything I just wanted to share that the struggles are real for all of us. I'm 53 and am also seeing age discrimination although the companies will never admit that. Sorry for the rant. I have been reading your posts and this is the first time I've shared directly. I'm a positive person and prayerful for all of us that things will go UP and not down. I want to encourage you as I do for myself to not give up, stay positive and do whatever you can to keep going, even if you have to sell a few things. They're just things. We WILL get through this. I have faith in all of us. Make it a great day, onward we go.

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Keyanna King
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over 6 months ago

OK, on my job search journey it's not that easy when searching for a job with a little bit of an experience. I don't know what it is or what I'm not doing right but it's becoming difficult. I don't have a reliable transportation but I'm willing to take the public transportation as long as the workplace is along the bus line. I'm a quick learner, friendly, ambitious, team player & most importantly honest. I've experienced being a server, customer service, food line prep & etc. I just don't know what to do at this point. Any help you guys? #jobsearchjourney

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