I have applied for over 100 jobs I have gotten no calls for a job interview, what can i do?
as stated in my question I've applied for multiple jobs and gotten no job interview, you name a place I've applied there. I've said i will work ridiculous hours from like 12am to 5am and nothing. I've said I am willing to work weekends public holidays everything and I have gotten nothing back I am so desperate for money it's not funny.
Asked By: Jamie - 1/9/2012
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Something has got to be wrong. Do you have a resume? h*********u going dressed to the interviews? I worked in an employment agency and place several people to work but if someone walked in with jeans and shirt, I would think warehouse. If someone made thier attire more presentable, I'd go out of my way to get them more... More
Answered By: pebbles96 - 1/9/2012
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sell your body
Answered By: chad - 1/9/2012
See if you can give yourself your own job by doing some basic cleaning services, or something of that nature... More
Answered By: Joe - 1/9/2012
Keep applying. I heard face to face applications can work.
Answered By: José - 1/9/2012
Apply for 100 more. Examine yoru resume and how you look. Have others review your resume so that it looks professional. What experience have you had? That really matters.
Answered By: Captain - 1/9/2012
change your resume? some people tend to "exagerate" when they write their resume. did you apply for a place you know is hiring? or you just asking for applications on every door step? cuz sometimes the person who gave you the application might be a part of the administration somehow and is giving you the "first... More
Answered By: pimppapy - 1/9/2012
if you are not selected for interview you should think that you are not fit for this job.you should apply for other job according to your qualification. you would be selected and called for interview once.you should not discouraged .
Answered By: Guddu - 1/10/2012
I had that happen! I'm up to 57 applications and 2 interviews and one "we've moved your application forward... More
Answered By: ThinkAboutIt - 1/10/2012
You may call them and ask or inquire the status of your application.
Answered By: ayah corda - 1/10/2012
make sure you are tailoring your resume to each job, also, always include a cover letter that highlights more of your personality and include more relevant information about y you are a good candidate... More
Answered By: meagan - 9/20/2013
Is it common for a committee to select a candidate to have a computer in front of them and seem to be talking to the computer instead of the candidate? I find it weird when answering a question and the person is staring at the screen instead of looking at me.
Answered By: mgbermeo - 9/25/2013
You might want to look at the incorrect use of words and your punctuation in your question as a start. I haven't "gotten" a job, for instance. The work "obtained" is more of an educated mind. If you speak, as you write, it may be hindering your goal... More
Answered By: Patti Ann - 9/25/2013
Answered By: DM - 9/30/2013
i would find a therapist and psychiatrist and tell them your depressed over something (make up something) and then get on disability. it won't be much money but it will be something. then start your own little business if there is something that you do well. make sure people pay you cash only and don't put it in your... More
Answered By: ╦╩Michael╩╦ - 12/1/2013
What is the job you are seeking... professional whistleblower?
Answered By: ? - 2/13/2014
Dress for Success.. Absolutlely Correct! You just can not give up... More
Answered By: Angie - 2/15/2014
The obvious problem here is that you are mistaking "sending out an e-mail" or "filling in an application" for "applied for a job... More
Answered By: Jason - 2/19/2014
I know the feeling. I've been out of work for over 3 years, sent out 100s of resumes with carefully crafted cover letters and I've never been called. The advice I received is this; fill up the missing time if you've worked, no matter how menial then mention it. Even if was a Christmas Cashier job. List even... More
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