October 27th, 2009
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  1. Mimi Goh

    Do you have JobQuest in Australia? I have been struggling to secure a job since april 2009 the company I worked for collapsed. I live in Melbourne, Australia. Mimi G

    October 28, 2009 at 3:37 am |
  2. JP

    I'm getting some great job listings from http://spacyber.tripod.com/id22.html so hope to land something soon.

    October 30, 2009 at 12:31 am |
  3. Nacha

    I have been out of work for a year now. I have sent hundreds of applications and my criteria are getting lower and lower. What does it take for a 33 year old, with an MA, who speaks 4 languages and has an international experience to get a job interview. Yes, I am mot even asking for a job, just for an interview so I can demonstrate who I am and what I do. Maybe a better name? Or....
    In a year of job search in Denmark, I have learned I need to lie, fabricate my CV and find well connected friends.
    This is my advice to you, job seeker.

    November 2, 2009 at 7:29 pm |
  4. George Gray

    "Jobs" are questionable on the following grounds: 1. A job begins with a two (2) week loan to the employer. 2. A minimum wage job doesn't pay enough to raise a family. 3. The job selection process puts the applicant's survival AT the WILL of other men. 4. A mortgage takes 25 years to pay off, a job lasts 2.5 years. This is an order of magnitude difference. 5. CNN reports that there are 6 applicants for every 1 job. If you had a less than 17% of getting a seat for the movie Avatar, would you go to the theater?

    January 21, 2010 at 8:23 pm |
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