JOB: Hunting for a kind of job is frustrating, and not getting it even more frustrating. The constant struggles of life unfold that one must strife in order to grab what he wants.
Imagine a scenario of submitting an application, get interviewed, ad ended up not employed. It is way disheartening and heartbreaking.
Here, I’ll show you the reasons why you didn’t get her job.
COMPLICATION IN YOUR RESUME OR CV: When submitting a resume or CV, there must be all manner of clarity and sincerity, no need for faking age, background, status, or even school. You will be in doom when you get to notice that you are undeployed. This is why you are still wandering and hunting for a job.
YOU ARE UNSKILLED IN THE NICHE YOU APPLIED FOR:
While applying for a job, you as an employee must have a skill that kind of matches your job. Take for instance of me being a public speaker and not knowing how to speak fluently or still grappling with stage fright. It is very poor not to have a skill or even gain mastery in the area you applied for.
YOUR SALARY EXPECTATIONS ARE HIGH:
Let’s say you were given a leaflet to fill how much you want to be paid a month, and all you considered first was your family burden and not considering how much the company is earning. Once you submit your expectations, you might be seen as money or greedy person. In this case, the chances of getting a job are slim.
You need to make inquiries about the amount of money paid in such positions or jobs.
YOU FAILED SIMPLE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: During an interview, you may be asked how you would react to an irate person, perhaps you might not know the meaning of who and the irate person is, or you might probably fail the question because of the way you took might react to an almost irate person.
Before getting a job, you use an attempt at least 85% of expectations from the employer.
In all you want, be the focus, be sincere, be serious, and be flexible