Don't be afraid to put yourself out there because at some point you will get a better chance of getting the job you want. Always try to meet new people and Expand your horizons because you can conquer anything in life as long as your mind is set to be successful and along with having patience because somethings come when you least expect it within time.
Hi. My name is Ruben Glueck and I am a math PhD. I am at home with numbers, I can do long calculations flawlessly and I can dig through dense information looking for a flaw. I think I can excel at Bank of America. Do they want more than a merely number cruncher but someone who has reflected on deep quantitative ideas for decades? Do you want to add a spark to the office with puzzles, magic and brainteasers all with a mathematical flavor? Contact me today! I live in Los Angeles 90027 and I put out a call for any information that would lead me to getting an interview with a Bank of America recruiter. If you are a Bank of America employee and you like what you see, please put in a good word for me. If I get the job, I promise to take you out to dinner! Check out my web site: http://rubenglueck.wixsite.com/portfolio
Many of us feel stuck in the under/unemployed loop of doom. After 10 months, I learned that my network of friends and support has the greatest value. An peer from a recent seasonal job called me at 6: 30 last night. I could sense urgency in his voice. He invited me to a networking event happening that night. Going until 9 PM, and only minutes from my home, I dashed with resumes, business cards and a suit with no tie (my new thing). Needless to say, stars aligned. This morning, I receive a GREAT offer coupled with two follow-up calls. Oddly, another offer came in that morning and six more recruiters made contact today! Bottom line, pay it forward by asking, "How many roles are you looking to fill? I have a few peers with similar skills that would love to chat with you." If you get a business card, you know you are in the loop!