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Thursday, July 28, 2011

CBS: Employers say 'no thanks' to jobless applicants

When I read that headline, it piqued my interest and upon scouring through the article, I was totally baffled by the employers 'work' ethics. I suspect it was already common knowledge that most employers fill the open positions by giving preference to their current employees.

However, when they step up the ladder, their position opens up and has to be filled. That shouldn't present a problem; put an ad in the paper to attract new personnel. They do so, but conveniently forget to mention that if you have been out of work for an extensive period of time you waste your time applying for the job.

How in the world can you get a job if you are statistically discriminated? It seems like this may call for an Atlanta Personal Injury lawyer, because not only does it mean a potential loss of income, it can also be extremely depressing and take away someone's zest for life by constantly getting a 'no' to their request for work.

There are a few loopholes though. They could come in handy, but it still would be wise to keep the services of an Atlanta Personal Injury service in the back of your mind, in case it doesn't work. It is advised doing volunteer work in your field of expertise, expand your education and offer consulting to others.

This not only looks good on your resume, but is also considered as still being part of the working class. You may have a shot at acquiring the position, in which case you have no more need for an Atlanta Personal Injury lawyer.

They sure make you jump through hoops these days. Maybe those loopholes should be referred to as 'hoopholes'?!



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