My borther who is 60 years old has not been able to get a job either. the last 2 jobds he was on, he did very well. However, when the ecomnoy dropped, employees were downsizing, and he got let go. It's been a hard 3 years. He has taken on some odd jobs here and there, but they were just temporary. When jobs are shown on-line, it is so confusing trying to apply! You think you are applying for 1 job, and you get about 50 others popping up, and you seem to get "lost" with the application of the original job you were applying for.
Question??? Is it appropriate to follow-up with companies you have applied to online for employment? I'm thinking it should be okay! However, I don't want over step my boundaries!! Any advice!! Please!
Your experience is typical for an economy that is in the dumps and going nowhere. Many of these are not real jobs, just HR department reassuring themselves it is an employer's market. If you are going for a technical position they are required by law to advertise the job for a certain period of time in the states before they can get an HIB applicant approved. Since the job is already filled of course no US applicant meets the job requirements. That is why you don't hear back or if you do you are told you are not qualified . Also the internet provides them 100's of applicants so your odds aren't good even for legit jobs.
So I can see that Dollar Tree has an online application, but there’s no submit or apply button or anything. How do i send my application to the dollar tree I want to work at?
I called a taco bell in puyallup, where ill be moving soon,an was told to apply on line. But i can not find a listing for puyallup wa. They have a few biut none show up
Hello! My name is Sherron Owens and I've been doing online applications on your sight and I haven't received any feedback....