im just trying to keep my chin up about being unsuccessful getting back to working. i had to take time off for my health and to take care of my youngest but ive been applying to a lot of places and had a few interviews that didnt work out. got me bummed but im looking forward to when i finally get something so i can give away something wish listed by a lot of people. for now i only have some older keys that needed to be dusted off.

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Good luck on your job hunt!

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So many jobs are gotten through networking these days, so maybe keep asking your friends to ask their friends about openings? By the same token, not getting a call back after an interview could simply mean that someone else had a foot in the door. Best of luck.

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Hang in there

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man don t get dissapointed..... if you are a hard working man companies will beg to have you on their team!!!!!

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Keep up the job hunt and stay positive!

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It's hard out there for a shrimp

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Good luck! And they would like to call you instead of sending emails.

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Good luck with your job hunt

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Good luck! I am in a similar situation with looking for a job, it's both scary and super exciting (and boring with all the personal details and motivational letters)

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Looking for a job is horrible. Last time i was unemployed, I got a bunch of interviews that all seemed to go well and then 99% of the time nobody ever gave me any responses, good or bad. Not even a standard form email rejecting me. It's like nobody cares that you need that information to make decisions about how you're going to spend a big chunk of your life. I have no words of wisdom for you, but I'm sympathetic about how bad it all is. Best of luck.

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good luck, maybe try finding some outside help through city hall / job coach, there are special places/people for it.

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~Try to stay positive
Try to stay open for other opportunities / career options
Try to keep looking forward and not in the past
Try to get help from friends /goverment / family
Try to motivate yourself and inform yourself on the position and company your applying for and look for ways to use past experience which can relate to the current job your applying for ;)

Its definately not easy but i think a lot of us have been there in terms of looking for a job / [new job] maybe its luck but for me i genuinly think if you put the effort into it and keep trying you will get noticed eventually. .

just personal experience but for me for example watching and using the information from these Anthony Stagg videos helped me really well in job interviews getting a job which i never had experience or prior information about but being prepared helped me a lot Anthony Stagg videos

I wish the best of luck to you and hope you will get a job soon~

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Looking for a job?
There is no need to hurry. Even if you are forced to screw up your job, even if it is for hell, if you work hard for people around you, you will not get much from breaking your health.
I hope you find a workplace where you can work happily.

I accidentally broke my body and mind.
A life that is deceived by humanity, is banned on the second floor of a white room, and is provided with several cucumbers and food that it does not understand well.
Don't be such a horrible thing.
In addition, there is a rumor that other friends are confined under the sushi restaurant.
Of course I am half kidding. ja━━||Φ|(|´|Θ|`|)|Φ||━━il !!!!

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Good luck with the struggle! Hopefully you'll get a job that you enjoy doing.

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Good luck with your job search, I would say persistence is key, it's easy to get discouraged, but if you persist, you'll find something eventually.

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Thanks for the gibs. I hope you all the success.
You can learn many things through struggle. These experiences will make your later life rich and fruitful.

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Thank you and good luck,I hope you'll find work soon.

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Good luck on your job hunt! =D

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Fifteen years ago, due to a few factors, I left my home state at 19, after my first year of college. In a new state and a community that was very different than what I was used to, I found myself wondering the best way to break into the job field.

The first thing I decided to do was add some experience and get into something where they hire like mad and easily. The solution for this was temp agencies. So I worked with a temp agency for about 7 months. Towards the end of that period, I was putting in applications places and got hired somewhere where I ended up for 6 1/2 years before I left.

So, people often don't consider it but if you have temp agencies around, I think they're a good option for getting into/back into the job market.

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Good luck whit your job hunt

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Good luck :)

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