What's your success rate in applying for jobs?
I'm a university student and applied to some part-time jobs for the summer. I'm a bit discouraged, because I was rejected to two competitive/prestigious jobs at a federal courthouse and law firm. I also applied online to two cashier jobs that I saw through an online advertisement, but nobody even responded to my email. I applied to one more job through a flyer and I interviewed, and I still haven't heard back. I'm getting really discouraged, and tbh it's pretty discouraging. I'm planning on going to graduate school so I hope I can avoid this from now until I finish...
Asked By: Beethoven - 6/12/2007
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100% acceptance that is only 2 out of 2 jobs
Answered By: zander1331 - 6/12/2007
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Ask this at quarterlifecrisis.com, a message board for reccent college grads entering the workforce (many of whom are finding it hard to get jobs). You might be surprised at your answers.And that grad school doesn't prevent you much from having troubles finding work afer graduation. I urge you to go to that website and... More
Answered By: sgregory1522 - 6/12/2007
Rejection is part for the course. I only get about 5% of the jobs that I apply for.
Answered By: goofy328 - 6/12/2007
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