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Originally posted by hllyellow at 2007-5-24 14:59
yeap, you are right, next time i will do the normal thing if there was a next time
Whenever I hear "next time", I can see the beam of hope in speaker's eyes. There are always next-time and next-time around the corner near you.
If I am allowed to say something, I would say.
Hmmm, here is the game plan. First of all, changing your mindset from have-no-job to have-a-job. You see, job hunting is your full time job now. Although you won't get a paycheck from your current job (a job-hunting job), the reward will be huge after you land your next better one.
When it comes to the point that your prospective employers ask how much you are earning now, it will blow your golden opportunity away if you say zero and you out of work, you must come up with the reasonable number after revaluating your education background, your work experience, your expertise, and your attitude and your passion for your work.
You know, that is very tough card game for you to play at this moment, and that will make it much harder if you flip all your cards face-up. The last card you need to flip it facing up is an-out-of-work card. Because you will lose your bargain power once you tell your interviewers that you are out of work.
Hmmm, the game plan is getting too long and tedious … I am keep typing and typing to put my random thoughts on paper. Excuse me.
To the cut a long story short, that is not the end of the world, you had made your previous jobs and you will make the next one and the better one … good luck …