SP Premium


first interview for the best job I have ever hope to have

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Finally got the first interview for the job I really want. If I get this job it will give me the money I need to live. (pay all the bills each month) & still have the time & money to have a life. I will be able to have the time to get back to the gym & the money to afford the fees. This job also comes with benefits. it is a job with the city so it come with top of the line benefits. I am looking forward to getting my teeth fixed. I know this is only the first step but I have applied for this job 7 times in the past & this is the first time they have given me the chance to go through the first round of test/ interviews. I know lots of others who have been hired in the past & this is typical. I am more than qualified for the job I have all the qualifications they are looking for & I hope that this will be the last time I have to apply. I am just holding my breath till I go through the process. I can only hope I get the job at this point.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    good luck prayers sent
    2661 days ago
  • PATTYR81
    Think Positive!
    You KNOW you have all the qualifications. The interview is where you both decide if your work personalities go together. Be confident and yourself.


    PS: Tell them this is your dream job and why (stick to why you love the work stuff, not benefits to you) Your persistence is a definite plus in your favor! Employers WANT Positive, motivated employees who are jazzed about their jobs! Emphasize your dependability and reliability.

    (I was a hiring mgr at a Fortune 100 company for16 yrs)
    2668 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/7/2013 11:54:45 AM
    Good luck!! Be sure to have a list of questions you can ask as well!!
    2669 days ago
    Good luck. It really does sound like an awesome job.
    2669 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.