6.29 UPDATE-I heard back from the recruiter and the role is now "on hold". Glad I kept it moving and have 2 new places I'm interviewing with. I've heard too many stories of holds turning into disappearances.
I just spent a month interviewing with a company (7 meetings total). I met the team virtually and genuinely felt that we connected. The feeling seemed mutual as all the conversations ran over time wise. Followed up with thoughtful and personalized thank you notes and proceeded to wait and wait and wait. Hiring manager said he wants to fill the role by July. I sent an email to him to inquire on their decision and my status early this week, but haven't received a response.
If I'm not their choice, that's fine. What is with the complete silence?
I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts and experiences. It's making me nuts!
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How has the job market changed?
I was on the job hunt back in March of this year. I was looking for office jobs, front desk work, and for some bookkeeping and found ample openings constantly. Flash forward to now, after losing my job for reasons beyond my control, I'm seeing very few, if any, openings for those fields. It's got me a bit worried.
I live around some decently sized cities (10-20k), so I'm very surprised to go a couple of days without seeing anything other than healthcare jobs or retail/fast food openings. Has the market really changed that much?
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Sunday Scaries "wine session" - After being in the the same career for over 18 years, including one position for 8 years with 2 promotions, in 2017 I left that field and have been trying to figure out what I have wanted ever since.
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Not one to whine . . . and yet here I am.
I can see the appeal of a mindless job that just pays the bills and I never have to think about a "career" again . . . am I giving up??
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For those who identify as female, what “traditions” exist today within the world of work that need to be removed or updated?
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