Remember to target your resume distribution, guys, don't just send it to any and every company out there.
That wouldn't be an appropriate way.
Sometimes things don't go in your favor and someone else gets the job. While you shouldn't let that make you feel bad about yourself, don't assume you didn't get the job because you're just too awesome. Or do assume it, if that's what your ego needs, but don't tell everyone that - whenever I hear that, my immediate reaction is to internally roll my eyes.
Right. And I'm not the Queen of England because I'm too royal.
If you do get the job, don't be lazy.
But don't worry, workers aren't the only ones making mistakes.
Maybe we could all benefit from some more spelling bees.
As well as more realistic expectations.
More realistic expectations, coupled with a better understanding of how math works, certainly wouldn't hurt.
Neither would a new recruitment manager at Pizza Hut.
Something tells me the applications aren't pouring in.
At least the competitor's recruitment efforts aren't going much better.
One can only hope, right?
What is the most exciting thing on your agenda week?
How often do you update your resume?
What's your ultimate career goal?