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Unemployment rises despite ''recovery'' / Jobless need not apply

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Unemployment rises despite ''recovery'' / Jobless need not apply

Post by wowwhathappen on Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:00 pm

Jobless claims rise 25,000 last week
Unemployment rises despite recovery
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110217/bs_nm/us_jobless



Jobless need not apply
http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookout/20110217/ts_yblog_thelookout/help-wanted-jobless-need-not-apply

......read these and tell me that we do not need help
I interviewed today with a company who said no less then 5 times that I had too much background

WOW
NOTHING LIKE NOT KNOWING THE LAW AND MY RIGHTS
READY TO SELL MY BODY
DISCOUNT


we need help....tell them to talk to ''real people'' who are eating road kill
I can not understand anything that is happening

oh well.............







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Re: Unemployment rises despite ''recovery'' / Jobless need not apply

Post by KeeptheFaith on Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:13 pm

"But when Michelle told him how long she had been out of work, the headhunter turned apologetic: His client, he said, wouldn't accept people who had been unemployed for more than six months"

"Job-placement professionals say that over the last year, more and more employers have made it clear they won't consider job candidates who aren't working. "A lot of our recruiters have had clients who have come across this," Matt Deutsch of TopEchelon.com, which brings recruiters together to collaborate in finding jobs for candidates, told The Lookout, calling the practice "unfortunate."

"Some employers have said they're unwilling to hire unemployed workers because they believe that if a worker has once been let go, that's a sign that he or she is probably not a great hire. "People who are currently employed … are the kind of people you want as opposed to people who get cut, one recruiter told the Atlanta Journal Constitution in October"

I encounter this blatant discrimination every day in job postings where it says only current or recent experience. This is ridiculous. How are we ever going to get a job with no recent job experience. I send resumes, call recruiters, network and still cannot find work. This is just too much. That these employers are able to get away with these types of practices.
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Re: Unemployment rises despite ''recovery'' / Jobless need not apply

Post by unemployed2long/1208 on Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:19 pm

wowwhathappen wrote:Jobless claims rise 25,000 last week
Unemployment rises despite recovery
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110217/bs_nm/us_jobless



Jobless need not apply
http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookout/20110217/ts_yblog_thelookout/help-wanted-jobless-need-not-apply

......read these and tell me that we do not need help
I interviewed today with a company who said no less then 5 times that I had too much background

WOW
NOTHING LIKE NOT KNOWING THE LAW AND MY RIGHTS
READY TO SELL MY BODY
DISCOUNT


we need help....tell them to talk to ''real people'' who are eating road kill
I can not understand anything that is happening

oh well.............














More that expected!!!! Again!!!! "worlds new term "Unexpected"
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