Sat 23 Apr, 2016 03:16 pm
Is it any different than interviewing where I never worked before? I lasted 3 years 3 months at my last job and currently 1 year at my current employer. I do plan to work both jobs if I do get in. What should I say?
I'm glad of it bc Walmart and McDonald's wouldn't consider re-interviewing me bc they were hell bent on not wanting me again. My supervisor at my last job might take me back depending on whether I've improved on my professionalism. I really value her transparency on everything, esp this. I hate having to guess other ppl's motives.
You ask advice than from a website where we are often playing on a dull day?
Please check social services in your city, they may have clues to some of this.
What r u talking about. I just described a good thing. R u sure u replied to the right post?
I'm talking about that you seek us for information when you could be seeking social services in your area. We can't just tell you how to fix your life, though some of us have tried for years to help you.
Engage your counceller or your doctor or seek help from social services.
Well that was mean of me.
Some will understand my impatience, but I don't live our poster's life, to even start to judge
In case you didn't know by now, I described something positive. However, no one seems to get that.