I am actually in the middle of applying to jobs I absolutely do want, but I am worried about how I would handle the questions asked by a recruiter wh
I am actually in the middle of applying to jobs I absolutely do want, but I am worried about how I would handle the questions asked by a recruiter who is interviewing me. For the sake of my family, I am hoping that the interviewer won’t be asking how much you like to drink and if you have a problem with your sexual orientation.
I’ll say this: for the most part, I don’t want to go to an interview. I don’t want to go into the interview to get a job.
If you’re worried about how you would answer questions like these, you should consider hiring a lawyer. There’s actually a real-life case you can consult for this kind of situation. In 2008, a person with a drinking problem was rejected from a job, despite the fact that the employer felt that the applicant had no problem with drinking at all. She sued the employer, claiming that they violated her civil rights and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled in her favor.
If youre unsure of what’s going on with your job, take a look at a few online job boards and look at the website for job placement information. We’ve got a list of job postings for you which you can visit at www.jobs.
It’s a lot of fun watching you get promoted and your job prospects. I’m sure you’ll love this one of the many job boards, plus they have jobs for those who are interested in getting a job with less than a hundred applicants. One of the reasons why I’m not into the job market is that I have a lot of applicants I’ve had before and a lot of people I’ve had before who’ve only had a month to go before.
Its easy to get into the “job market” by simply applying for jobs without any effort to impress a potential employer. When you get asked about why you’ve got no job offers, try and explain that you’ve been working hard for a while but have had no offers. You might get some interviewees who say they’d be interested, but you’ll have to wait until the end of the hiring process to get a real interview.
Ive heard of people whove applied for jobs without even a phone number, so if your phone is dead, or youve got no cell phone, or youve got your parents, grandparents, and anyone else who youve mentioned in your application, go ahead and apply with as much info as possible. You can always get on the phone to apply to other jobs if you need to, but don’t ignore your phone.
You’ll get an answer, but not right away, and you probably won’t get the job you want right away. As we’ve told before, it takes time for even the best and brightest to make even a marginal jump in their career, and at the moment, your best bet is to wait. And wait and wait and wait.