I'm on a call back list for march. Anybody needs a cabinetmaker till then?
What if it's just the holiday hype/family issues taking center stage? how did you feel in the summer?
Bumping this up for Marie.
For me though this has been ongoing for well over a year now.
Say a prayer, guys. Tomorrow is my daughter's surgery. It's just tonsils, but she's trippin a bit. :(
I'm only trippin because I must spend the 6 hour wait in the same waiting room as my ex.
I'm bringing Paddy with me and a book and whatever else I can think of! Don't miss me too much.:D
Will do Marie! ;)
I was unemployed for 14 months. 65-70k was my salary range. The best offer I got was 55k in areas that cost of living is higher than Colorado. What I learned was companies are taking advantage of the poor economy. With a high number of people looking for a job.. If I qualify, and you do too and I state I'd like 65k a year, and you say 55k, they will hire you.
Plus many of my interviews I asked how many applicants they are reviewing. Never less than 10. Or on the phone, I would feel them out how many days they were interviewing people. Usually 5 days (many times I was in Sacramento and got an interview in Seattle, or visa vera so I had to allow time for the drive between the two).
Just don't move on hopes. I learned that the hard way.
Best thing to do is if you have pto at your current job, take a week or two if you're serious. A week before your trip, send out resumes to anyone an everyone. Make sure to clear out your address. They won't call if they see your two states over. Schedule as many interviews as possible. Then on your trip look for housing, jobs, and your interviews. Learn the area and enjoy!!
Fingers crossed for you two.
Thanks, Guys! Waka ~ thank you for sharing and I will heed your advice.
When I move.:D