Sounds great @Aziz
Im decent at tech stuff but never worked with it.
Sounds great @Aziz
I have a terrible resume. I kept getting my ex husband upset by working and I would have to quit. Plus, I would get mentally ill from the stress of working and quit a lot of jobs for that reason. I have terrible performance too. The paranoia and stress overwhelm me and I fail as a result
I was in the exact same situation. My ex husband would hate when I worked and I would quit as a result.
I’m sorry @Schizoid1 I know how much that sucks.
my resume sucks now but i can’t work anymore anyways so meh…
Thank you @ZmaGal!
I’ve been in a certification program the past year that I’m about to complete, but the actual “getting a job” part is making me super nervous. I haven’t worked in 10 years. Not really sure how I’m going to explain that to a potential employer, but there were some helpful suggestions in previous posts. Wishing all the people looking for jobs some good luck!
Good luck to you too!
OMG my resume is so bad. If I were honest and wrote a true resume, it’d be over 10 pages long. If I wanted a job right now, I’d have to use the excuse “I was caring for an ill family member.” In reality, I was caring for myself. The longest I’ve worked a job is 4 years. But I’ve been “hireable” for 24 years - with so many sh!t jobs in there, so many failed ventures into different careers.
Yeah, I’ve been applying places, but there are a few gaps in my work experience. Hoping that I’m good enough that it won’t count against me too much
I have sifted through peoples Resumes, tested them, interviewed them and given people jobs in my old career working in an office.
All I will say is that one of the best hires I made was for someone who had just come out of studies.
No one cares about school after you get to a certain age and level of experience
Some people others chose had really basic CV’s and I remember one of those getting the job.
What I would suggest to you is that if you have a scattered CV, and you’re currently not working, then study.
If you get accepted on a course and you complete it, you could open up a specialism, and prove to an employer that you can apply yourself to a course and see a project through to completion.
Many courses are online these days. So you could do it from home.
Just a suggestion. Hope you find a solution
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