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3 months ago

Rejections are stepping stones toward success. Every "no" brings you closer to your well-deserved "yes." Embrace the journey, knowing that your unique skills as STARs (people Skilled Through Alternative Routes) will find the perfect match. Use rejections as fuel to refine your approach, enhance your skills, and showcase your incredible value. Your persistence and resilience will inevitably open doors to incredible opportunities. Keep shining brightly - your success story is just around the corner!

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You’re not alone in this journey. Embrace your story, it's what sets you apart and makes you shine!

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Timbo nine
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over 6 months ago

Why is it you do all you can to get a job such as summit your resume and take drug test and past and you have the mad skills to do the job and your resume is formal and formatted very well and the companies interview you in person your talk to them in a professional matter about your previous jobs and boom they don't realize you or recognize you and your background you just explain to them. They say oh I'm still looking at other job applications after I'm done with looking I'll decide who's proper fit for the job. Hmm . Ask me I think they are not looking right now or they just wasting a person's time and gas that goes in their cars to get them to the interview. Can anyone answer that question?

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over 6 months ago

I have one quick question to all job seekers aged over 50: do you have all (or most) your online job applications automatically rejected on the spot (within few days after submission) with automated standard emails kind of: "Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with our company and for giving us the opportunity to consider you for the job opening listed below. We appreciate the time you have spent on our behalf. Your qualifications for this position have been carefully reviewed, and at this time we are pursuing other applicants whose work background and skills more closely fit our current need. We wish you the best and hope you will continue to explore other opportunities at our company." All my resumes and job applications include "Education: Foreign University graduated in late 1970s."

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