Find a Job
Here you will find articles over how to Find a Job, Hiring, Over- and Under Qualified for a job and Unemployment.
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I’m continually surprised by how many people don’t realize that the “required qualifications” in job ads are like wish lists, not inflexible lists of requirements. Those qualifications are a composite of someone’s idea of the ideal candidate. Believe me, they will look at people who don’t perfectly match it.
I received this note from a reader recently. I don’t know about you, but this reader seems to bit at their wit’s end.
Some of us have had our positions downgraded by a colleague who (in our opinion) shouldn’t even be doing our performance reviews because he has no idea what our roles are! Although I was fine with my review this year, the amount of stuff I’m now being asked to do is over the top to say the least.
After months of seeking out employment and unable to land a position or even an interview. many of the unemployed get into a rut, a point in time where they find it hard to wake up in the morning, perform daily chores or even complete the most important task at hand: searching for work.
You've submitted a resume that caught their attention and now you just need to ace that interview.
Eight hours a day, 40 hours a week, 2,000 hours a year -- for the average nine-to-fiver, that's a lot of your life spent working. Add to that the 192 hours a year the typical person spends commuting to work, and you've wasted more than 25 percent of your working life if you're not doing something you love [source: Gallup].