Good one. lolled
Yup, imagine getting up to round 5 out of 6 just to be rejected. Especially when some are those full day assessments
I applied for 6 months, sent out hundreds of applications, eventually got hired, it's been a year now. keep it up op, u will get there. also, I'm still broke and single and depressed, job only keeps me fed and under a roof, life is not going anywhere.
i am an electrical engineer. after graduating i applied for hundreds of jobs, noome even called me for interview. after being jobless for 6 months i decided to join military (it is mandatory here, but you can postpone it for 2 years if you graduate from university) while in military i took the national english proficiency test, scored 85/100 after military i got my driving licence. then i startes applying for jobs, 9/10 companies i applied for called me for interview. i got a job 1 month after military, still working there. my advices: first check what you can do. do you have a degree? do you have a driving licence? do you speak english?(or a secondary language) do you have any restrictions/obligations(like house arrest or pending military service) if you check the last 3 it is easy for you to get a job. a degree means nothing without the last 3. if you have any extra skilss you can aim for a higher start. good luck.
I was in a bad place many years ago job-wise. I took a chance on a high end resume company and paid $600-$700 US for a top notch resume. That was most of my remaining funds at the time. Things were quiet for about 3-4 months after posting it on LinkedIn and then my phone started blowing up. To this day HR people and recruiters still reach out to me to tell me how amazing my resume is. I highly, HIGHLY recommend others do this. Resume writers word everything to make your work experience/history sound much more elaborate and grander than in reality. I’m sure prices are much higher now but it’s totally worth it. At one time I had 3 Fortune 500 companies fighting to give me the best offer.
I'm to looking for job since last 10 days getting depressed and feeling lonely. But i hope everything will be alright
The problem: Wrong career…
I got hired to "dream job", but aftet a bit more than a week missed 3 days at work due to social anxiety and panic attack and got fired today, is this any better?
neat, it resemble me these past 5 months. sadge reality sometimes.