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kiss_jin
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sucks
ass.

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Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:07 pm View user's profile Send private message
morpheus
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time to get your masters.

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Eddie
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it really does. gl out there.

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CAliMichinsaram
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... quitting the bridal shop? ...

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Yao-Fun wrote:


quit flapping your lips and bumping your gums! your just a fat piece of donkey poo that sits at his computer and posts under 20 id's on dubu, lame!
Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:30 pm View user's profile Send private message
kiss_jin
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morpheus wrote:
time to get your masters.


seriously. if i don't find a job soon, i think that will be the only plausible route for me.


cali: the bridal store is my parent's store.. i only work there to help my folks out during the season Sad(((

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Gyopo
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Sell your strengths. Meet what s/he is looking for in a employee. Advertise yourself. Confidence and show that you care about the position. Surprise them. Be specific with your accomplishment and experience. Emphasize volunteer work and leadership activities that somehow relates to the job you are applying for.

Networking; ask friends, relatives or peers. Utilize your connection. Might seem a little desperate but in the end, they will probably help you.My cousin had a hard time finding a job but he took the iniative and socialized with some people at church and he was available to land a job thanks to some strangers at church he didn't know.

Don't focuse on one location. Be flexible. Domestic jobs are not the only jobs available. Look around in other countries and states / cities. My friend took up a job as an ESL Teacher in South Korea; it was a great experience for her in that one year. She is continuing in that field and has made a career out of it.

Just because the pay isn't good, don't neglect it. Everything adds up; job experience is more prefered than your undergrad degree. You got to start somewhere. I know someone who iniatially took a stock clerk position at a franchise grocery store after graduating from college. After couple years, he applied for a program to be manager; worked in the managerial position for awhile and now is working in corporate.

If you did not get hired, ask why you were not hired. Ask for advice and guidance. Ask what points they didn't like. Ask what part of the resume or interview you could've done better. It does not hurt to ask them; some might offer feedback and valuable insight
Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:05 am View user's profile Send private message
FIFTHORIZOR
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I don't understand how girls can't get jobs... Show your tits, and maybe offer a hand gibber.

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Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:14 am View user's profile Send private message
morpheus
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FIFTHORIZOR wrote:
I don't understand how girls can't get jobs... Show your tits, and maybe offer a hand gibber.


doesn't work for fuggos.

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Tue Feb 07, 2012 2:38 pm View user's profile Send private message
kimchikiller
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use a recruiter... they can find a lot of the jobs you don't know about.. it's free for you to submit!

the companies are going to look at your resume and if you have a huge gap of no work.. they're going to question what you did during that time.. don't say "i've been looking for work" do something productive like learning a program... a lot of employers want someone who can master microsoft office.. if you don't know access... definitely take a look into it... it'll make you stand out for sure..

you can also go through your school's career website for job postings..

i know how bad it sucks... but sooner or later you'll find your dream job Smile
Tue Feb 07, 2012 6:01 pm View user's profile Send private message
Chester Chimo
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apply for a waitress gig at a strip club and work your way up to a prostitute
Sat Feb 11, 2012 7:59 am View user's profile Send private message
ace
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the market is good for finance/accounting candidates...

its hard trying to find good talent now a days. company's are settling.
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