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You know somebody’s job search is depicted here
Her moves are unaffected, but obviously the show must go on. If we don’t see ourselves here we know someone who is going through with despite the emotional pain. You can almost lip sync what fits this girls angst:
“I’ve tried everything 😭😭😭😭😭😭but no one will hire me. And I’ve applied online to 100 jobs but no one has called me back!!!”
“I called the company who said they received my application. No one has called me back. It’s been a month now!😭😭😭😭
“I’ve had three interviews and have not heard back. They don’t like me! 😭😭😭😭
You can add your own words here but it doesn’t have to be like this at all. Start finding out how you can take control of your job search:
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Job lead from JustCats.ie:
“Are you a crazy cat person and loves cats?
Does cattitude come naturally to you?
Have you counted kittens before you go asleep?
Do you feed the stray cats in your locality?
Does petting cats make you feel warm and fuzzy?
If you answer yes to some or all of these questions, how about working with cats as a full time job at Just Cats Veterinary Clinic?”
Yes, this is a real job lead. You wouldn’t find this on a regular job board. I found this through WGN Channel 9 in Chicago. If you want to increase your possibilities by a little bit, consider using Google Alerts or Talkwalker.com.
You can use either for specific search terms to find on the web. In most cases, neither will find every single term each time it’s used, but they will give you a leg up on non-board positions. It depends on how you search. Use this article to help you with Google Alerts type of searches.