What was your Ist Job Application?? Tell me your experiences@@@@

Philippines
July 2, 2007 5:28am CST
I just had my ist job application, in which i had examinations and interview.. it ws very nrevous because during the interview it was very spontaneous about many questions and i cnt evaluate wat are are my responses.. but before that i attended job fair...choosing the right position and able to pass my resume and my transcript of records. How about u?? tell me your experiences... Thanx.
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@cdparazo (5768)
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
When I graduated from college, I didn't apply for a job but was hired straight out. But I had experienced my job interview while I was still a student. I was applying as a service crew in Jollibee but I was hired as an auditor. It was a good learning experience for me.
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
oh its good to know that experience.. for me am just waiting for the final decision because my board exam results gonna release this aug 31 with that i have to have a temporary job for now.. am applying in the bank right now/....i just hope God will give that job to me..
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@cdparazo (5768)
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
You can certainly achieve whatever what you set out to as long as you believe in yourself. Goodluck!
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
Thanks girl...Good luck and God Bless too.
@lexus54 (3576)
• Singapore
2 Jul 07
I had only worked in one IT job since my university graduation, and I held that job for many years. I still remember when I stepped into the interview room, I was overwhelmed by the panel of 8 interviewers all sitting in a row. It was my first job fresh out from studies, so you can understand my fear and apprehension. It was a mass recruitment exercise, that's why there were so many interviewers present. I remember one of the questions they asked me was what I would like to do if given the job. I replied that my preference would be to work on microcomputers. Well at that time, I had not dabbled with computers which had the power and capacity larger than microcomputers. I was selected for the job, but actually there were no microcomputer projects carried out. I later found out that the projects were all major projects on inventory control, procurement, cataloguing, resource management, etc. that used mainframe systems and minicomputers. As for the interview panel, I realised that the members were actually the entire top management in the organisation, from the director to all the assistant directors. I'm glad I was successful and had emjoyed a good and memorable career with that organisation.