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How do you know if you are a boring job applicant? And can you really do anything about it? Read on:
You force yourself to job search.
Does your day sound like this? Wake up, make coffee, turn the computer on, apply for jobs, maybe eat something, return to the computer, watch TV, go to sleep, REPEAT. Working doesn’t improve the routine, and it’s hard to get excited about doing this for long. Read more at http://www.careerealism.com/why-boring-job-applicant/#1iYMxDshjkHJODU0.99
Learn more about this and other job issues – enroll today in the Employability Skills class held Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 – 6:00 PM in room E-109 at Centennial Education Center.
We asked our career experts to give their thoughts on handling this situation from one of our readers:
“I was recently convicted of a Misdemeanor B. I am having a very hard time finding a new work. I am a Jewish guy, recently went to Culinary School, and I am trying to turn my life around. Can I get a job without a background check? Where can I look for a career that will not have any serious background checks and how much information do I have to give?”
Here’s what our experts had to say about the matter:
“If you’re explicitly asked about your criminal history, be up front, but I wouldn’t volunteer the information just to share it. One more piece of advice – don’t let your past define you. You have a lot of living left to do!” (Ben Eubanks)
Read more at http://www.careerealism.com/can-get-job-background-check/#Wr1lT3Tk74FmoZqC.99
Learn more about this and other job concerns – enroll today in the Employability Skills class held Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 – 6:00 PM in room E-109 at Centennial Education Center.