How to Get a Job: Looking for Your Problem
First thing you need to do is to find your problem. If you can’t find a job for a long time it means that a problem really exists.
If they don’t invite for interviews often and don’t pay attention to your responses it means your CV is composed poorly. In fact, it’s a real art to make a good CV. If you can’t do it yourself you can try to learn or order professional services to compose it for you. Almost any job-hunting website offers such services. Don’t try to save money on this – you invest them in yourself and your future. Also, we have a comprehensive article on how to write a CV.
If you are often invited to interviews, but after these get no response or refusal it means you misbehave at the interviews. In this article you can get detailed information on how to behave correctly at interviews. I strongly recommend reading it carefully.
If both abovementioned points are completed but you still can’t find a job it means you have not enough experience. In this case there is only one way out – to lie. Find and look through carefully the CVs of your competitors, mark the necessary skills, mention them in your CV (even if in reality you do not have them).
But if you provide untrue information in your CV, be ready that they might want to ask you about the information you’ve provided in it. So, get prepared to it, read special books and articles. You have to answer at least something to any question about what you have put in your CV. If your answer will be missed, it can be explained by your emotions at the interview. But if you don’t answer at all – it will be clear that you just lie. The best lie – is prepared lie.
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