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Stop whinging and get a job - Cameron

#8
Apply for lots of jobs then, it's not hard.
You're quite right it isn't. What's hard is convincing someone you are the man for the job. Getting them to look beyond the disability and focus on what one can bring to the job.

Some on here resent the fact that I have a disability or refuse to recognise it because it doesn't smack them over the head as some others do. So you get reposts like Seagulls
 
#9
With the best will in the world you can't fit several applicants into one job
So you'd rather be the sole applicant for the job! I may have the very thing for you:

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We're looking for a pilot, no experience necessary, the hours are good but the minutes might be pretty shitty!



Why not try and be the best applicant, instead of sitting at home whingeing about how hard it is.
 
#10
You're quite right it isn't. What's hard is convincing someone you are the man for the job. Getting them to look beyond the disability and focus on what one can bring to the job.

Some on here resent the fact that I have a disability or refuse to recognise it because it doesn't smack them over the head as some others do. So you get reposts like Seagulls
You won't get a job with that attitude,that is for certain. I bet you don't like Cameron very much.
 
#11
So you'd rather be the sole applicant for the job! I may have the very thing for you:

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We're looking for a pilot, no experience necessary, the hours are good but the minutes might be pretty shitty!



Why not try and be the best applicant, instead of sitting at home whingeing about how hard it is.
I have been and will be again. It doesn't change the fact that there are many more applicants than jobs. And I am not posting about myself, but trying to explain that when all the jobs are filled there will still be millions unemployed
 
#12
You won't get a job with that attitude,that is for certain. I bet you don't like Cameron very much.
Gosh, you read me like a book. My attitude has got me the chairmanship of more than one organisation, secretary of others and several voluntary jobs with national organisations, which suggests that my attitude is just fine.
 
#13
I have been and will be again. It doesn't change the fact that there are many more applicants than jobs. And I am not posting about myself, but trying to explain that when all the jobs are filled there will still be millions unemployed
Well we might take up manufacturing again. If you've been out of work some time I'm sure you can get help especially if you're disabled
 
#15
Well we might take up manufacturing again. If you've been out of work some time I'm sure you can get help especially if you're disabled
Oh God, another bloody expert on jobs. Let me take you back several posts.

"What's hard is convincing someone you are the man for the job. Getting them to look beyond the disability and focus on what one can bring to the job."
 
#16
Oh God, another bloody expert on jobs. Let me take you back several posts.

"What's hard is convincing someone you are the man for the job. Getting them to look beyond the disability and focus on what one can bring to the job."
Convincing a person you are the best man or woman for the job is the same for everyone.
Do you perhaps allow your disability to rule you? I see people who are severely disabled working due to having the right attitude.
 
#17
Convincing a person you are the best man or woman for the job is the same for everyone.
Do you perhaps allow your disability to rule you? I see people who are severely disabled working due to having the right attitude.
If I did I wouldn't have so many voluntary positions under my belt now would I?
 
#18
Sounds like you'd have no bother getting a job, just describe at interview all the voluntary work you've done. Phone for an informal chat beforehand and get to know a potential employer.
 

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