I am out of work without receiving calls for job interviews. More than 2 years have passed and now I am losing hope. That I have to do?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Poppy Cox



I am out of work without receiving calls for job interviews. More than 2 years have passed and now I am losing hope. That I have to do?

You seem to have the classic boot problem. If you don't have a job, then something is wrong. Or the way you are looking for work is not correct. Or, your resume doesn't impress employers. There may be many reasons for your current "No-Interviews-Calls" situation.

As another quran pointed out, move on. The first thing to do is get a job (no matter what it is). It puts you in two things: First, you learn something new, whether you like it or not. Second, it gives you a hidden psychological confidence. Every job offers you countless opportunities.

Example: learn a

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You seem to have the classic boot problem. If you don't have a job, then something is wrong. Or the way you are looking for work is not correct. Or, your resume doesn't impress employers. There may be many reasons for your current "No-Interviews-Calls" situation.

As another quran pointed out, move on. The first thing to do is get a job (no matter what it is). It puts you in two things: First, you learn something new, whether you like it or not. Second, it gives you a hidden psychological confidence. Every job offers you countless opportunities.

Example: learn and create opportunities
You said you are a B.Tech. Don't worry about your graduation for some time. Let's say you take a job at the local Domino's store just for fun and some experience. Then you will be
1. Receiving a salary that will boost your morale.
2. You will learn how the output device works.
3. You will be able to interact with customers (People) and accumulate a lot of knowledge.
4. You will learn new things (how the pizzas are made, how the machines work, the problems that occur every day, how the establishment is managed, etc.)

The Opportunity
Now a smart person can use this as an opportunity to learn and earn money. Let's say you work there for a year (sales counter, kitchen manager, manager, or even a delivery man) and you gather enough experience. After a year, you have two ways to go further:

1. Update your CV and add your TOTAL EXPERIENCE. Job search.

OR

2. Start your own business. Find a potential investor in your circles who is ready to invest in opening a pizzeria. Talk to Jubilant Food Works for a domino franchise in an unrepresented area. Or talk to other food chains who are looking for franchisees. If you can successfully reach an agreement together with your investor and the food chain, you can open your business and move it forward.


Conclusion
I am not saying that Dominos is the way to go. But this example should give you an idea of ​​how to create an opportunity for yourself. I know that studying B.Tech and starting a pizzeria might not be related at all. But heck, at the end of the day it's all about the money and the happiness you get from your job.

He is 25 years old and quick math would tell us that he has at least 35 years of structured work or work left. Do not lose hope!

Use this time to improve your skills, analyze why you are not receiving calls for work: is it some skill, communication or a bad resume?

Get feedback from all places and from every damn soul, who didn't take your candidacy further and worked even better on those comments, you will get it right.

And here's a story from the best jockey in the world, Eddie Arcaro, who might help.

Eddie Arcaro dreamed of becoming the best jockey in the world. But after watching him ride a horse for five minutes

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He is 25 years old and quick math would tell us that he has at least 35 years of structured work or work left. Do not lose hope!

Use this time to improve your skills, analyze why you are not receiving calls for work: is it some skill, communication or a bad resume?

Get feedback from all places and from every damn soul, who didn't take your candidacy further and worked even better on those comments, you will get it right.

And here's a story from the best jockey in the world, Eddie Arcaro, who might help.

Eddie Arcaro dreamed of becoming the best jockey in the world. But after watching him ride a horse for five minutes, reality reflected a stark contradiction. He was clumsy, clumsy and couldn't do anything right.

He was left behind at the post, he got caught in traffic jams, he was beaten and pigeonholed and every other conceivable or inconceivable mishap was his stock in the trade and seemed to be his destiny. In his first 100 races, he wasn't even close to winning. Still, he got back on track and tried again. He was determined to cross that finish line first.

Even when he was a schoolboy, Eddie had marked his own path in life. Because he was only a little over five feet tall and weighed just 80 pounds, the other students rejected or teased him. So instead he played hookey, hanging out at the local race track where a trainer let him gallop the horses.

Eddie's father reluctantly agreed to let him pursue a career as a jockey, even though he knew it was a long shot. The coach had told him. “Send him back to school,” said the coach, “He will never be a cyclist. He's clumsy, accident-prone, and just plain unlucky. He will never do a venue or a show, much less a victory. "

Nobody bet on little Eddie Arcaro, nobody but little Eddie Arcaro. He was determined not only to ride, but to enter the winner's circle. Everyone knew or thought they knew, it was only a matter of time, before even Eddie saw the insanity of trying to pursue a career as a hockey player.

He just didn't have what it takes. But Eddie was determined. He pleaded and persisted until he was finally able to participate in a real race. Before it was finished, he had lost his whip and cap and almost fell off his chair. When the race ended, the other horses were on their way back to the stables. He would arrive dead last.

After that, Arcaro went from track to track, looking for a coach who hadn't heard of him. It was not an easy task. They had all heard of him. He was the joke of racing circles. Finally, a coach who felt sorry took him in and gave him his next chance. A hundred trophyless races later, he was still giving it a shot.

This trainer saw something in this unfortunate little rider. Something that he could not define. Something he couldn't point a finger at, but he could see. It was there. Maybe it was potential, maybe it was resistance, maybe it was sheer stubbornness, but he wasn't about to send Eddie home. He could see the determination and wanted to watch, see how it developed.

There were long years when Eddie was broke, longing for home and almost no friends. There were many brush with death and many broken bones. Whenever his delicate 63-inch frame was trampled on by hooves, it was repaired and he immediately returned to the saddle.

Then it happened. Eddie Arcaro began to win ... and win ... and win ... Now instead of leaving a path of destruction, he was leaving a path of devastated opponents. In thirty years of driving, he won 4,779 races. By the time he retired in 1962, he had made his coach and many owners a millionaire and, in the process, he became a millionaire, several times, himself. He became a legend in his own life.

From the moment he entered a track, Eddie Arcaro had his mind set on a finish line. Even when it seemed impossible and hopeless to everyone else, Eddie knew he was crossing that line. And when he finished, he had crossed it nearly 5,000 times, making him one of the all-time greats, with a slight lead… Eddie is the only driver to win the Kentucky Derby five times.

https://morningstoryanddilbert.wordpress.com/2015/04/29/a-one-track-mind/

Things you are doing wrong:

  1. Sitting
  2. Waiting

Well, first I would share a part of my history in Engineering, before pointing out any Idea to you. I loved programming from a very young age, although being an artist from my genetics, I was attracted to 3D modeling. The passion for the field was so great that I stopped examining Engineering as my future studies and gave it up entirely. My father came in and listening to him I played my role in Engineering (frankly it was wonderful and I'm proud to be an engineer).

Coming to the subsequent engineering crisis. I did not have a job, they did not hire me in any c

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Things you are doing wrong:

  1. Sitting
  2. Waiting

Well, first I would share a part of my history in Engineering, before pointing out any Idea to you. I loved programming from a very young age, although being an artist from my genetics, I was attracted to 3D modeling. The passion for the field was so great that I stopped examining Engineering as my future studies and gave it up entirely. My father came in and listening to him I played my role in Engineering (frankly it was wonderful and I'm proud to be an engineer).

Coming to the subsequent engineering crisis. I didn't have a job, they didn't hire me in any company that looked for young brains at my university. I was continually playing my role in searching for forms, sticking to new opportunities, flagging myself on LinkedIn, talking to consultants, but nothing fruitful came out. I needed money, my family needed money, so I joined a start-up that used to pay me 5000 a month as a starting salary (this start-up was a software company).

I know there is nothing very motivating or aspirational about what I did. And you can blame me for changing my engineering field and throwing myself into something I'm not cut out for. But what I want to quote here is that I was never sitting down, I was doing something, always, and even when I started I never stopped and now I am a proud software developer.

I agree that you must have applied to your engineering business field and never got the call, try something else, move on. It may seem like a silly idea to leave the field you are an expert in and join something else, but trust me, the things you learned in your engineering you will use on a daily basis in whatever field you go to. Indian companies are looking for an experienced person and can get experience in starting a business. Try startups in your engineering field. If there are no new companies and there are no jobs in your field, it is better to change fields. Trust me, five years from now, no one will ask you what degree you have or what branch of engineering you pursue or what degree you obtained while you were an engineer.

You've already worked somewhere and that's a good thing, prepare some of that and keep working. Don't worry about the pay scale because you are currently earning NIL, focus on gaining experience that in money now, the future will reverse. I've seen people destroying their futures sitting down because the job they were getting didn't have enough pay.

Best wishes and good luck

My typical day for the last week.

  • I'm sitting at my desk and I have to do a lot of work myself, which I shouldn't be doing.
  • A lot of work is pretty simple and any graduate who is willing to work can easily do it.
  • I have posted job requirements on all the major portals and receive almost 1000 applications per post.
  • I try to call many of them, but many do not take calls. Those who take calls, many are turned away for lack of skills. Those who come for an interview are either untrained or have astronomical salary expectations.
  • As a result, I have been doing many things that
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My typical day for the last week.

  • I'm sitting at my desk and I have to do a lot of work myself, which I shouldn't be doing.
  • A lot of work is pretty simple and any graduate who is willing to work can easily do it.
  • I have posted job requirements on all the major portals and receive almost 1000 applications per post.
  • I try to call many of them, but many do not take calls. Those who take calls, many are turned away for lack of skills. Those who come for an interview are either untrained or have astronomical salary expectations.
  • As a result, I have been doing a lot of things that I shouldn't be doing.

This is my story as an employer and the story of many companies and employers in India. There are graduates everywhere, but many of them are untrained.

The above story is not to discourage you. It's to encourage you, with a little effort, to empower yourself and stand out from the crowd. My suggestions

  1. Start learning a basic skill based on your background. Suggestions can be blogs, excel, photoshop, sales practices, etc. These are very basic skills. But if you have a great command over them, many employers will hire you.
  2. Don't be obsessed with salary - I see that many graduates had a good salary with no matching skills. Without pain there is no gain. Start small, join a job that will make you work hard but will also teach you a lot. Avoid BPOs like the plague, they suck your soul. Learn a trade, any trade.
  3. Delete facebook. Delete Twitter. Avoid whatsapp. Avoid quora unless you are learning related categories. See the difference it will make to your productivity by learning a new skill. Try this until you get a job.
  4. Keep trying. The success rate of landing a job is 100: 20: 1. That is, for an average graduate, if you apply for 100 jobs, you will receive 20 interview calls and of which you will be assigned 1 job. That statistic varies by person, ability, and industry. But keep that in mind to avoid disappointment.
  5. The process of interviewing and getting a job can be energy consuming. Stay in the spirit and keep learning something new. You have no choice but to get a job.

Good luck

I appreciate that you have described the situation well and truly.
Let me discuss what happened to me.
I'm from the computer science branch and I was among all the best when we passed out, all my close friends got their place right after finishing college. all in CTC over 5L, but I don't think so. I thought I was missing something. I worked hard on myself. It's hard to believe, but he had given over 45 interviews, he was literally counting it. After so many failures I always had positivity and all my friends encouraged me, I never lose confidence in myself. after each interview

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I appreciate that you have described the situation well and truly.
Let me discuss what happened to me.
I'm from the computer science branch and I was among all the best when we passed out, all my close friends got their place right after finishing college. all in CTC more than 5 liters, but I don't think so. I thought I was missing something. I worked hard on myself. It's hard to believe, but he had given over 45 interviews, he was literally counting it. After so many failures I always had positivity and all my friends encouraged me, I never lose confidence in myself. after every interview he used to see me and ask me why just me? After 45 failures, the time was right for my career. I started my career with HCL bpo devision even though I was a topper, but I was happy for my first job.
I ended up there for a year. But I had my destination in mind, I knew where and how to get there.
Meanwhile, I started working on my skills and enrolled in some technical courses, passed the certifications. and start making contacts within the organization and in the human resources department.
Now was the time to fly. I applied to many other companies, I got a lot of offers at a higher price.
So I thought about applying to the best multinational companies and had the opportunity to work with IBM at their US headquarters, I worked there and again learned a lot of new things, then I got a much better offer from the same old organization, HCL. I gathered here now.
Now I am working in a very good position. earning much more than all my friends.
But I am still eager to learn new technology.
A man should never be satisfied with work and work in a positive way.
First set your goals,
second work hard to achieve them
Third, no matter how many failures, you just need one shot for a flame.
And keep trying better until you die.
So, don't wait for opportunities, make a window if you're not getting it.
If switch technology is needed, an engineer can do all kinds of work.
Keep in mind that "no one will come to your house and offer you a job, you have to find one of your own." The
how quickly and how smart you find it is up to you alone.
People can only suggest you. different different people, different different ideas, so let them go to hell and listen to your heart.
Be passionate and motivated !!
Good luck .

Sitting waiting for calls can be your main problem.
At 25 I used to complain that I had spent two years looking for work and couldn't get it.
But I didn't say a word about my attitude, my pride and all the positions that I was offered and that I turned down. Employers were afraid to hire me because I knew so much and
I demanded what they couldn't pay.
There are a few things you can do. The order is important.
First, consider some changes.
Number one is attitude.
Don't worry about pride. It takes too long to get rid of it.
Two, research the job market. Find companies or employers that

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Sitting waiting for calls can be your main problem.
At 25 I used to complain that I had spent two years looking for work and couldn't get it.
But I didn't say a word about my attitude, my pride and all the positions that I was offered and that I turned down. Employers were afraid to hire me because I knew so much and
I demanded what they couldn't pay.
There are a few things you can do. The order is important.
First, consider some changes.
Number one is attitude.
Don't worry about pride. It takes too long to get rid of it.
Two, research the job market. Look for companies or employers that have openings in areas for which you qualify,
that have been open for at least six months or more and are hiring.
Three, make sure that the payment they offer is acceptable to you and that you are ready
to work.
Contact the company by phone and get a quick informal interview on your first phone call, or arrange a date for another phone interview.
If you are hired by phone, go to work on the agreed date. Bring all the required documents.
Fourth, as long as you do everything right and are fully qualified, you should get approximately sixteen job offers from twenty interviews. If not, do your own research very carefully to find out what is wrong with you and
do whatever is necessary to fix the problem.
Never blame others.

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Okay, that's the kind of question I'm willing to answer even though I'm a proud victim of it.

First I want to share my story

Well, since class 8 I have a great interest in social studies, sometimes I ended my day thinking about a particular topic that has been taught in school and I love to watch various talk shows, either on political and social topics. This interest of mine increases day by day and I have decided to pursue my career in journalism or become a clerk.

But as we all know, life sometimes never provides the path we want to walk on. So in my hometown, none of the pr

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Okay, that's the kind of question I'm willing to answer even though I'm a proud victim of it.

First I want to share my story

Well, since class 8 I have a great interest in social studies, sometimes I ended my day thinking about a particular topic that has been taught in school and I love to watch various talk shows, either on political and social topics. This interest of mine increases day by day and I have decided to pursue my career in journalism or become a clerk.

But as we all know, life sometimes never provides the path we want to walk on. Therefore, in my hometown, no school offers humanities courses and, because I am middle class, my family does not allow me to go to the big cities to study. . So I finished my wish by taking the math science course and passing 12th place by just 66% on CBSE.

In those two years of my life, the whole scenario of my life has changed and due to peer pressure and disguising unemployment / scope in engineering as well as lower fees offered by engineering college, I choose engineering as my career, although I don't have any. ability to become an engineer. I finished my engineering with last night's study with 7.4 CGPA. Fortunately I got a job in the company without salary in the first 2 months and 10,000 in the following 9 months. After that, I selected another firm where I earn 11,800 as a salary per month with incentives, I worked there for almost 6 months. In both firms I have to listen to my seniors and follow a job that can be done by an eighth-class graduate with a time period of almost 12 hours and where you are ashamed to call me an engineer. I work hard at both companies, I don't get the payoff and

So I quit my job, which is something that happens suddenly with many interrogations of relatives and relatives, but I am ready for the consequences that I will have to suffer later. COZ UR ON UR OWN. so I worked at ubereats to survive part-time and gave priority to my studies, which is the government exam, and went back to my favorite subjects that I almost forgot in this long period of time.

I don't know bro if this story helps you or not but I have to share it somewhere and if I pass an elite exam like UPSC this story becomes inspiring or else all my struggle the sudden risk is not worth it for no one. But I'm proud of myself for what I'm doing because it's my life and I want to take this step on my own.

FINALLY I want to share my favorite quote

No one can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.

First of all, it doesn't feel ... if u. Not getting a job .. Then prepare for it .. Work on your technical skills and others like soft skills, communication.

Pick a goal. This is the post-engineering era in which nearly 90% of those who couldn't place themselves got confused with their career. Start preparing, start studying about your branch ... on the first try you will be frustrated, but remember that 21 days of practice will make you habitual ... You will gain confidence. Meet professional people ...

Don't underestimate yourself. Getting a normal private job doesn't mean you get it all. If you are facing financial problems than jo

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First of all, it doesn't feel ... if u. Not getting a job .. Then prepare for it .. Work on your technical skills and others like soft skills, communication.

Pick a goal. This is the post-engineering era in which nearly 90% of those who couldn't place themselves got confused with their career. Start preparing, start studying about your branch ... on the first try you will be frustrated, but remember that 21 days of practice will make you habitual ... You will gain confidence. Meet professional people ...

Don't underestimate yourself. Getting a normal private job doesn't mean you get it all. If you are facing financial problems, then join a normal job, even in a call center, but try your field work first. Small businesses or businesses easily pay 8-12k per month, but in addition to work, keep studying. Study your favorite subjects.

One more important thing DO NOT COMPARE WITH PEOPLE. AS YOUR CLASSMATE YOU HAVE ALREADY PLACED

Ek kahawat h:

मकान तो तुरन्त बन जाता है लेकिन महल बनने में समय लगता है

Build your career like a palace, not a home. It will take longer, but it surely will. Success is not obtained sitting at home, it requires hard work, test your patience, test your talent, test the strength with which you face all circumstances to achieve it ... Do not lose hope. TRY TRY TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN AND AGAIN MAKE YOUR DESTINATION FOR YOURSELF. You will change your future BCOZ YOU ARE AN ENGINEER ...

Would it be rude if I asked you what you have been doing for those two years?
Because looking for work is not enough. If any company did not accept two years ago, for some reason, they will reject your application today for the same reason unless there are some changes, such as experience or some improvement.

Do not put everything on luck and financial situation, you have to do something about it: get some certificates, read relevant books, even work on some projects on your own.

The day you have enough skills to get a job, you are sure to get a good one. you just have to do something about it.

Sorry

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Would it be rude if I asked you what you have been doing for those two years?
Because looking for work is not enough. If any company did not accept two years ago, for some reason, they will reject your application today for the same reason unless there are some changes, such as experience or some improvement.

Do not put everything on luck and financial situation, you have to do something about it: get some certificates, read relevant books, even work on some projects on your own.

The day you have enough skills to get a job, you are sure to get a good one. you just have to do something about it.

I'm sorry if I seem rude and judge you, but trust me, that's what will get you a job.

I was there once too, I missed the three most important interviews of my life, first, I started crying and putting everything to luck and all those pessimistic things, but I found out that it was me and I've been working on that ever since.

I will suggest one "must" thing to do, which is Don't give up hope. When I say Don't give up hope, I mean it 100%.

Now let's fix your problem, first of all, this is not a rare problem that most people have gone through. This can be easily fixed. Just follow this

1.) Have a very disciplined lifestyle. "Well, getting started is half done."

2.) When you start to follow a disciplined lifestyle, you will start to do the little homework (whether it's preparing a topic for work, adding new skills, etc.)

3.) Master 2 or 3 skills relevant to your domain.

4.) Start networking. This is very important. Try connecting r

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I will suggest one "must" thing to do, which is Don't give up hope. When I say Don't give up hope, I mean it 100%.

Now let's fix your problem, first of all, this is not a rare problem that most people have gone through. This can be easily fixed. Just follow this

1.) Have a very disciplined lifestyle. "Well, getting started is half done."

2.) When you start to follow a disciplined lifestyle, you will start to do the little homework (whether it's preparing a topic for work, adding new skills, etc.)

3.) Master 2 or 3 skills relevant to your domain.

4.) Start networking. This is very important. Try connecting the recruiter on LinkeIn, Quora, etc.

5.) Last but not least, start praying to God for 10 minutes in the morning (this is the most important of all the activities mentioned above). This will help you stay positive and you will never know what the Almighty may bring for you.

Break 2 years 3 years blah blah blah is just a number. Never ever look at them.

PS: I am not writing this post for Like / Dislike. The whole goal is for you to get a job!

Sincerely yours

Kunal Dhoka

Brother, I had the same conditions as you a month before even last week. I also post a question on Quora like you. But Quora, help me, that help is NEVER GIVING UP.

I did a resume and I was a lot of consultants but I didn't win.

After that, I make 20 copies of my resume and look for a business-to-business vacancy at Mohali.

I submit my 19 resume copies to many companies.

And finally I lost hope ... and without hope I went to a company with my latest resume.

But the director of that company has no time, so he asked me to come the next day.

A ray of hope came again ... and I'm going there the next day with four copies of the resume because I'm not sure

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Brother, I had the same conditions as you a month before even last week. I also post a question on Quora like you. But Quora, help me, that help is NEVER GIVING UP.

I did a resume and I was a lot of consultants but I didn't win.

After that, I make 20 copies of my resume and look for a business-to-business vacancy at Mohali.

I submit my 19 resume copies to many companies.

And finally I lost hope ... and without hope I went to a company with my latest resume.

But the director of that company has no time, so he asked me to come the next day.

A glimmer of hope came again ... and I'm going there the next day with four copies of resumes because I'm not sure of the job.

I waited 2-3 hours for the doctor ... and when he came ... I was very happy.

And he called me into his office and asked me a question.

I finally got a job.

Today is my first day of work.

I also told you that I am a 2016 mechanical engineering student passed out.

So friend, never give up ... there is light every dark night.

Make your CV again… and post it on naukri.com… etc.

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