Have you been desperately looking
for a job and keep coming up short? Despite all that you do,
does every attempt you make seem to fail? Are you at that
point of quitting? Ever wonder why you have not been called
back? Not long ago, I was right where you are. I was all
over the place, running here and there looking for the magic
pill to help me. Then it hit me. Have you ever noticed that
some people always seem to have employers chasing them? If
you are like me, you probably wondered, what's their secret?
When I finally came to my senses, I
began to look at the things people who were successful at
gaining employment were doing. Then I looked at myself to
see what I was doing wrong. In every case, I confirmed there
were secret tips and hidden knowledge that made the
Knowing what not to do is the first
step in learning how to perform a successful job search. The
following is a list of the 50 sure ways to avoid being
hired. Please make sure that you take advantage of this
tremendous information that is so powerful, that I am
convinced, it will catapult your efforts.
A placement office of a major
university lists the 50 reasons that are most frequently
given by employers for turning down job applicants. As you
read the reasons for rejection given below, ask yourself how
you would rate in relation to each.
1. Poor personal appearance.
2. Overbearing, over-aggressive,
conceited, with superiority or "know-it-all" complex.
3. Inability to express self
clearly, poor voice, diction, grammar.
4. Lack of planning for career, no
purpose or goals.
5. Lack of interest and enthusiasm,
passive and indifferent.
6. Lack of confidence and poise,
nervous, lack of self-belief.
7. Failure to participate in
8. Over-emphasis on money;
interested only in best dollar offers.
9. Poor scholastic record; just got
10. Unwilling to start at the
bottom; expects too much too soon.
11. Makes excuses, evasive, hedges
on unfavorable factors in record.
12. Lack of tact.
13. Lack of maturity.
14. Lack of courtesy, ill mannered.
15. Condemnation of past employers.
16. Lack of social understanding.
17. Marked dislikes for schoolwork.
18. Lack of vitality.
19. Failure to look interviewer in
the eyes when conversing.
20. Limp, fishy handshake.
22. Loafs during vacations.
23. Unhappy married life.
24. Friction with parents.
25. Sloppy application blank.
Tip: Notice that these items are
often items most job seekers ignore. Many items are
completely under your direct control and most surface during
the interview stage. Study this list again and again.
Focus on items that describe you and
immediately go to work to control for them. Remember, most
often it is usually the simple things that eliminate most
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them how to create powerful resumes that get results,
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making a huge mistake? Imagine for a moment what is possible
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