how do I found my weeknesses as a proffesional?

I am basically have a good experience in sales & marketing both practical & verbal. My last job was in Standard Chartered bank as a Senior officer. I worked their 2 years & resigned. The actual question which i wanted to know is from last 6 month I am not getting job. Though the reaction of intraviewer seem to be positive response but still i get rejected. This mean some loop hole is their in me, I just wanted to find how can i know negative side of professional side. Is their any test which can help me to find my loop hole

Asked By: getto_saba - 9/3/2006
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Basically good skills don't cut it if you cannot spell or compose a coherent sentence. "is from last 6 month I am not getting job" does not constitute good grammar... More
Answered By: bobgeller - 9/3/2006
Additional Answers (8)
I don't think you should look at it that way. You might not fit in their work requirement.
Answered By: michael2003c2003 - 9/3/2006
From the look of your paragraph, I can confidently declare that you have no weeknesses at all. Especially when we consider communication.
Answered By: ? - 9/3/2006
one weakness is your spelling and grammar. you should contact Yahoo and tell them to fix your spell check.
Answered By: pappy - 9/3/2006
asking bloody silly questions, now let me think ,would you have a short temper aswell?,and have you got a growth in the middle of your head?
Answered By: oadbywonder - 9/3/2006
try a spelling and grammer test
Answered By: luv2fish - 9/3/2006
Am I on Candid Camera? Did you hate being a Senior Officer in a bank? You may wish to try another bank, maybe one where spelling or typing skills are optional. Without knowing you, I can only judge you by the misspellings in this question. Maybe it's just me that feels typos and misspellings are a negative trait in an... More
Answered By: RAY - 9/3/2006
Try this Bulls, Owls, lambs and Tigers. This is a personality based mini-test... More
Answered By: DANIEL D - 9/3/2006
I can see from you answer that you need to work on your written communications skills. Why did you resign from your last job after two years? I suspect that you have issues with your interviewing skills and with your past job history and performance that are keeping you from landing your next role... More
Answered By: BluedogGirl - 9/3/2006
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