[QUOTE=NitroTech;4106746]No matter what, wait for the right job (if possible). Don't just accept any job for the sake of getting a job.
I bummed (worked temp jobs) 2 years before getting one I really wanted. Still in same company till now (since 1999). [/QUOTE
Good for you. You have found something you like.
I changed 4 jobs in 8yrs of working, and each time i discover more about myself and where are my strengths and weaknesses, and balancing work n play does make it better.
I don't think there's a perfect job for one, every job has its up and down.
So the last thing you want to do is dwell on your frustration, maybe you should stop, and rethink your direction. HR is a very frustrating and challenging job, you'll get screwed by just about everyone.
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It would also help to think about what your goals and aspirations are, your strength and weaknesses, and what you want out of your life. Once you are clear, it makes it easier to find something you want to do.
Where you are now is a result of the choices and effort you put in in the past. So think about where you want to be in twenty years time, and then work towards that. And don't just think that you want to be a millionaire. You need something concrete.
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I would say it depends
Some companies (IT industries as I'm aware of) need an experience people to work in some big project.
That's the reason why one needs to upgrade the skill (knowledge).
By knowing several topics will enhance the profile and bigger chance to get the position.
My 0.02 cent
how about those without a job... ever spared a thought at how they felt?
"!@#$ here i no job everyday eat sand.. my buddy with job only know how to complain..."
Last edited by Sion; 20th June 2008 at 03:26 PM.
Let me assure you alot of ppl have been through this phase, its all part of working life, cant get it move on and learn from your mistake.
Which part of the interview you need to improve, where you are not satisfy with how u answered the question etc... keep thinking ways to improve. Last but not least u must have a strategy, what are you gona do to get the relvant experience require for your line of work. Then your objective should be getting the exp first etc...
my 2 cents worth