Dear hiring manager…
Dear hiring manager…
Welcome to the real world.
Job interview? More like interrogation.
“So what if the iPhone 6 bends, that just means I get to buy another one!”
They won’t even read your cover letter.
Charlotte Bell’s father has been out of work for three years.
“I’m writing to express interest in your unpaid internship.”
(As told by Salem the cat.)
No I am *not* going to put on pants today.
That cover letter is so fetch!
It’s all about the comfy clothes, daytime television, and endlessly searching LinkedIn.
Take note, people in hiring positions.
To whom it may concern: can’t we just skip this step and go straight to the hiring part?
Asked by extremely cute animals to cloak the despair of unemployment.
Essential, as in “you can’t escape it.”
Text, Facebook, Post-it: It’s all been done.
Breathe. It’s not a race.
…unless you plan on proofreading it after them. It’s hard out here for the unemployed. Now is not the time for pranks, friends!
Wait…What’s Greek life?
Republicans ready to pounce.
Biden pushing middle-class, jobs: “it’s depression for millions and millions of americans” searching for work.
For too many of us, these portraits hit very close to home. Candid photos of the underemployed from around the world.
Mitt Romney tries to give the unemployed and under-employed a voice. “Hope and change has not been kind to millions of Americans, but they still believe in this great country, and deserve a leader who believes in them: Mitt Romney.”
It’s tough trying to get a job these days with the economy and all. Why not make it that much harder on yourself by becoming virtually impossible for anyone to take you seriously in a work environment?
Here’s a sobering chart about what prospective employers look for on Facebook that will disqualify you from a job. Basically, everything you’ve ever posted on Facebook.
If you ever wished you could have more leisure in your life, think again. It might not be as exciting as you might imagine. Pretty monotonous - besides the part about waking up in a cat pile. That never gets old. View Image ›
Unemployment? View Image ›
I wonder what kind of benefits there are. View Image ›