Update time. Recently my youngest son has turned 7 and I had my 13th wedding anniversary as well. I am still looking for employment and I have one last shot at a job I want before I take a job that will just make ends meet this Tuesday. If it doesn't work out I'm going to take my own advice I've handed to debtors many times over.. go work where you know you can get a job 100%.
The problem with my last two interviews was that I made too much money at my last job. I was happy to take a pay cut and I told them it would be no problem at all. I don't think they thought I would be happy with their company b/c the pay cut was over 4 dollars an hour. I didn't even tell them about the commision I used to make because with that figured in I would be losing a lot more per hour.
In the applications I don't even put in a salary requirement b/c I figured out that it was a no no around here. I thought Salary Desired was what you would like to make and they would tell you what they would pay you but aparently they think it means this is what I want and I won't work for you unless you paid me that.
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