How many times must I submit my resume on line for someone to notice and hire me?
Could it be that my resume is boring or that I lack what qualities an employer is looking for? I've been told that it's my lack of experience in the medical field that keeps getting me passed over. I've got the education and the drive to succeed as a medical representative, but since I work in the food industry, I feel that I am stuck and I want to rise to become a medical representative.
Who knows if they even ever look at them? I've been sending them out since January...not a sound I have heard.
From my experience, if you apply through a job board like Monster or Hotjobs, etc., the companies barely look at them. The companies that do contact me through those sites offer me jobs that I really don't want because they need a warm body and a pulse. Your best bet is to apply directly at the company's website through their careers section. You may have better luck. God speed!
by cheerfulnuts 7 years ago
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by Martha Becton 6 years ago
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by Michael Phoenix 6 years ago
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by IzzyM 7 years ago
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by Denise Handlon 8 years ago
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by jencooper 6 years ago
How do you convince someone to hire you when you haven't worked in 7 years?I am currently job hunting and finding it very hard. I haven't worked in 7 years and I think that is scaring people away. What are some ideas for getting employers to look past the lack of current experience.
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