In this video, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter encourages you to investigate the reasons why someone had a choppy job history before you summarily reject that.

 

ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a career and leadership coach who worked as a recruiter for more than 40 years. He is the host of “No

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter

BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with more than 1200 episodes, “Job Search Radio,” “and his newest show, “No BS Coaching Advice” and is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council.

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  1. Win Jin

    Dear Jeff, may I ask for your advice?

    I’m nearly 24. I graduated two years ago in 2012. My longest job is 6
    months as a teacher. I’ve made some mistakes, had a string of short term
    jobs (3 months or under), and have a mixture of good and bad things said
    about me. I have always been a high achiever and hard-worker but clearly
    need to work on my people skills – I’ve always found dealing with others a
    bit difficult, especially in stressful environments.

    I want more than anything to work, build lasting relationships and progress
    so that I can use my degree and prove to be an asset.

    How can I get back into the workforce and, when I do, how can I make it
    work this time?

  2. Win Jin

    Dear Jeff, may I ask for your advice?

    I’m nearly 24. I graduated two years ago in 2012. My longest job is 6 months as a teacher. I’ve made some mistakes, had a string of short term jobs (3 months or under), and have a mixture of good and bad things said about me. I have always been a high achiever and hard-worker but clearly need to work on my people skills – I’ve always found dealing with others a bit difficult, especially in stressful environments.

    I want more than anything to work, build lasting relationships and progress so that I can use my degree and prove to be an asset.

    How can I get back into the workforce and, when I do, how can I make it work this time?

  3. Win Jin

    Dear Jeff, may I ask for your advice?

    I’m nearly 24. I graduated two years ago in 2012. My longest job is 6 months as a teacher. I’ve made some mistakes, had a string of short term jobs (3 months or under), and have a mixture of good and bad things said about me. I have always been a high achiever and hard-worker but clearly need to work on my people skills – I’ve always found dealing with others a bit difficult, especially in stressful environments.

    I want more than anything to work, build lasting relationships and progress so that I can use my degree and prove to be an asset.

    How can I get back into the workforce and, when I do, how can I make it work this time?

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