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Posted by j-cart on 14 May 2014 - 06:53 PM
I have my job interview for Dillon's today. Hoping it goes super awesomely. I'm just hoping I make a good impression seeing that I don't actually have many interview clothes to wear. I'm also applying to GS later. I know that the job tends to suck, but I need money and I haven't gotten any other calls for interviews and from what they say in the stores I'm applying at they need people so badly that they'll pretty much hire anyone.
Collar/button shirt tucked in with khakis with non-tennis shoes is all you need for interview wears. Only need a full suit if you are interviewing for wallstreet/investment banking/politics/governement now days. Never lose eye contact with your interviewer and always ask questions (ie, what would a regular day like be for me (total work hours for the week)? What are the daily expectations for this position and what skills am I expected to develop? Room for improvement/career growth? Who could I ask for questions/help? etc.)
You got this, I believe in you!
In four days I'll have been out of college for a year and I still don't have a job (not counting having worked retail from May-December before moving). I'm finding it increasingly difficult to get out of bed.
Job finding sucks, but it's a grind. Then once you are in and perform well, it's all gravy from there (What did you study?)
Posted by j-cart on 22 November 2013 - 08:31 PM
Well, I had two offers.
Could have been working on an up and coming MMO for shit hours, decent pay, no longevity, but it would have been a higher position than what I am currently doing. The other is to work with the largest concert promoter and everyone's least favorite ticket company, but the pay is great, the longevity is there, same position, and the women, my god the women are beautiful.
Plus I'll be in Hollywood and my favorite ramen shop is walking distance from where I will be working.