How do I find a better job? I don't have any time for interviews.?

I work 7 days a week. No time for interviews. How do I find a good high-paying job?

Asked By: whatithink - 5/22/2006
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Answered By: Raju - 5/22/2006
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Good luck landing a high paying job without interviewing. I would suggest scheduling some interviews for a specific day and the requesting that day off from your current job.
Answered By: Rich - 5/22/2006
There is no such thing as a high-paying job where they will hire you without an interview. You've got to get real. Try taking civil service tests; but no matter how high you score, that just gets you a chance to interview.
Answered By: orangemike - 5/22/2006
I would suggest you to upload your information in to This is a really good resource for people like you, but let me be honest to you... You will have to address some space on your agenda when the employer needs to have an interview... Open those... you must have time for you at any price...OK
Answered By: Rolf - 5/22/2006
Like the others have said, there's almost no chance of getting a good high-paying job without at least one interview. Many of them require mutiple rounds of interview along with tests. The only feasible way is if you have connections and get a job that way. They're more likely to hire based on the word of the... More
Answered By: Arbitrage - 5/22/2006
Put your resume on,,, and All the top excutives go there are looking for people like you. Just ask your boss in advance that you need one day off depending on what your current job is now.
Answered By: naturi114 - 5/22/2006
If you say you work 7 days a week and no time for interviews then you are REALLY devoted to this job. Not saying that you love it, you probably HAVE to work everyday to pay bills. But at some point you have to say I HAVE to do what it takes to get what I want even if it means being a little behind on bils. In the end... More
Answered By: Ladee69 - 5/22/2006
Presumably during the 7 day a week job you are not working 24 hours each day. Plan to interview right after work. No one will hire you without an interview. Put together a resume that specifies what job you are looking for, call the companies and ask if you can fax over the resume and to who's attention
Answered By: kadel - 5/28/2006
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