Ive been unemployed for 9 months, even though Ive applied for over 100 jobs.?

I am highly qualified for most of them. Is there something wrong with my resume? Here's an editedcopy *name *address , Florida, *Primary Phone: *email Education *College Bachelor of Business Administration Areas of study: Business Core - Business Communication (Major), Accounting, Microeconomics, Finance, etc. Organizational Behavior Integrated Marketing Communications Human Resource Management Operations Management Work Experience Skills Supervision Customer Service Inventory Warehouse Logistics Distribution Specialized Knowledge JDEdwards MS Word MS Excel Groupwise Kewill Clippership Fed EX Cafe DOT & Air Hazmat compliance International custom compliance Employment History Self Employed Start Date: January 2009 Completion Date: current employment Services Home computer repair, hardwired and wireless network installation and support, security and surveillance system installation, home computer construction, hardware and software installation, Xbox360 repair. Application Support and Traffic Control *emploer* *location* Start Date: October 2003 Completion Date: January 2009 Duties Application support, entering sales orders, error analysis, testing, and integration for JD edwards Peoplesoft. Scheduling incoming and outgoing traffic for receiving and distribution. Core team development member, inventory control, and safety team member. Customer service consultant for *customers*. I started as a Forklift driver at *XXXXXX*. In less than my first year I was promoted to Shift Supervisor. After 2 years all 3 shifts were combined, and I moved into a newly created position that became crucial to day to day operations. In in the 5 years I worked for *XXXXXX*, my yearly reviews where were exceptional, and I exceeded to meet the expectations of my employer in all areas, proven by my salary increasing an average of 40% each year. I was continually praised for my strong work ethic, productivity, thinking outside the box when faced with any problem solving. With my time at *XXXXXX*, I also helped create new and stronger business relationships with other companies including: Oracle, R&L Transport, Schneider Logistics, Yellow, Central Transport, Con-Way, Custom Aerosol, Interex, Fed EX, DHL, UPS, Taylor Systems, and many others. Supervisor *emploer* *location* Start Date: May 1999 Completion Date: October 2003 Duties Direct Supervision of all employees (15-20), pay roll and schedules. Billing and collections. I worked with *XXXXXX*. right out of high school, managing his day to day business during the spring and summer. While I was attending school in the fall and winter he continued to pay me a small salary, so I could concentrate on my studies, and to ensure I would always return to employment during the summer. I owe a lot to *XXXXXX*. , he taught me everything he could about business. I consider him more of a friend than employer, and I contribute a large part of my success to the opportunity he provided me.. *References*

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