Everything You Need To Know To Get Hired


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46 Comments

  1. I once showed up to a job fair where mostly all the people that were there were dressed casual. The prospective candidates and the employers. Myself and several others were the only ones dressed business formal. I thought I was overdressed. Long story short I swept the recruiter off their feet and accepted the job offer before negotiating a higher pay . I don't know what these recruiters in this vid are talking about. Anything that deals with any kind of hiring or networking i'm not dressing up in jeans. I'm wearing a damn suit!

  2. So if I'm a college graduate without a "useful" degree like engineering and no work experience, nobody will give me a job and I will never get experience? They don't give people chances to learn.
    What if my weakness is that I'm lazy, but I always finish the job well and on time in the end? Not sure I could tell them, "oh my weakness? I'm lazy."

  3. I've applied to many positions. It doesn't matter what level a recruiter is. Junior or senior, they all could use a brush up on their skills. I can't count the number of times I've been pursued by a recruiter to interview for a role, and then have it fall through because the hiring manager passed. Often, recruiters who recruit people on linked in for companies lack some skills on finding talented candidates, even after I say, are you sure my resume and portfolio fit with the criteria of this role given my background in X Y and Z? And they say yes? But then I get a notice down the road that the hiring manager wanted to pursue other candidates.

  4. LinkedIn – lol; I was worming my way through connections, I had presidential candidates, the former President of France, ivy league professors, etc as suggested connections eventually… Jacques Chirac blocked me after I requested a link that LinkedIn suggested I should have…; I was saddened…

  5. Hmm makes you wonder you're only acceptable if you provide something for a compaby instead of being looked at as a human being who needs work to provide for themselves or their family.

  6. What am I doing here. I'm 12 years old and 2 years away from getting a job that doesn't even pay well. I don't even know what I want to be when I'm an adult even though I'm a top student in my school at like, all subjects. Eh, maybe these tips will be helpful later in life…

  7. One time at an interview for a restaurant job, the manager asked me what my weakness was and when I answered honestly, he laughed in my face and I obviously didn't get the job. Sometimes being honest can hurt your chances.