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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - lonevolff
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#6 to #3 - fbiagent
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>volunteer/intern work
#7 to #6 - lonevolff
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not all companys offer this unfortunately
#8 to #7 - fbiagent
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a company will ALWAYS take an unpaid intern... even if its just getting coffe for 3 months, then you can put that company down on your resume. If a recruiter asks what you did there, you can ******** some intern work or tell the truth.

I'm just sick of people saying they're stuck in the experience loop... it is fairly easy to get experience.
#9 to #8 - lonevolff
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if my company threw an intern at me id be very suprised (im a welded chain operator in a factory)
User avatar #45 to #8 - wmpedo
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The thing is that even a free intern costs the company
#22 to #8 - elaxx
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Not always... it requires a lot of paper work. At least here... They would rather give their employees more work for the same salary than bothering with interns.
#49 to #8 - anon id: 235e3869
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Yeah, because making coffee is going to help people go up the corporate ladder.
User avatar #48 to #6 - srapture
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I applied for work experience at 2 different supermarkets (I'd do more but it doesn't come up very often) about 2 weeks ago, near where I'm going to be going to university, and I've heard nothing back.
User avatar #15 to #3 - darkjustifier
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Dark souls is the perfect example of this.
User avatar #52 to #15 - hokeymon
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and a whole lot of mmorpgs.
#5 - minimoe
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**minimoe rolled a random image posted in comment #6032192 at Admin's personal trolling board. **
The only thing i can put in my CV
#10 to #5 - anon id: 1d71ee97
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Well at least it'll be true.
User avatar #1 - matjes
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pretty accurate
User avatar #4 - alogicaldeduction
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The truth in this makes my CV cry.
#2 - hydromatic
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Yup
Yup
#42 - konradkurze
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#25 - Wernette
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I applied for 43 places before I got my first job
User avatar #26 to #25 - brokenhalf
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i applied for one.... got it.... the store manager and district manager in that particular store were my sisters old bosses... you gotta know people bro
User avatar #35 to #25 - Crusader
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Applying doesn't count for much.
Because applying can be as simple as handing out resumes and filling out application forms, and most places, even if they aren't hiring, will take them and put them on a stack a foot and a half tall, just so they don't have to put out a "help wanted" sign when they need to hire.

If you actually want to find a job, ask your friends, ask your family, go online to places like workopolis and indeed.

Saying "I applied for X amount of places" doesn't account to much because it's essentially saying, I dug 43 holes while digging for treasure, yeah, you might get something off of luck, but chances are, you aren't doing it in a manner that will get you what you want/need.
User avatar #36 to #35 - Crusader
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Don't read this and assume I think that you're a lazy bastard or anything, but it's better to apply at a smaller amount of places that you can actually do and not hate, than to apply wildly and go with whatever falls in your lap
User avatar #50 to #36 - thelastamerican
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I don't agree. I needed a job and handed out my resume all over town and applied to every company that didn't take resumes (read as fast food and Lows) After a week I landed THE worst job I've ever had, but after working there for 3 months my application was finally processed at UPS and I've been there for the last 4 years getting my school paid for and making a fair amount of money. Applying widely pretty much will land you a job if you can handle having a terrible job for awhile before you find a decent one. And to me, having any job is better than having no job.
#19 - zorororonoa
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looks like the Dark Brotherhood already hired him.
User avatar #20 - lyiat
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Been out of work for two years. Got my first interview lined up on Thursday. Just keep at it.
User avatar #54 to #20 - thelastamerican
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Move out to Louisville, you can work at Ford, UPS, or any number of similar companies. You don't need any special skills other than the ability to wait for your application to be processed.
#16 - snakefire
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I applied for a job at my local petstore.

I find out if I get the job tomorrow.

I've never had an official job before, but I have plenty of experience in tropical fish and such because of my family business.