SWE market is stupid right now
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by /u/Hot_Ambition_6457
1h ago
I havent been actively job hunting in 2 years. So imagine my surprise when a recruiter I havent talked to in almost a decade called my cellphone today about a job. Very basic automation stuff that anyone with Python could do. He needs a backend engineer for a django project. From the description of the job, you are essentially just configuring automated API endpoints for a large portfolio of hosted sites. I asked about wage and he told me its hourly 18/hr. We paused the interview for a few seconds and I just asked him flat out. "Why did you call me for this?" "You have experience in django an ..read more
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How do I get a job in this economy…
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by /u/Internal_Somewhere49
1h ago
So for context i’m 19F and i’m currently in community college in california. I’ve been job hunting for the past year and cannot seem to find anyone to hire me. My resume is pretty decent and I do have some prior retail experience but that just doesn’t seem to cut it. I’ve applied to over 50+ retail jobs this month and it seems like everyone is hiring but no one is actually being hired. I’ve been seeing retail positions asking for bachelors and college degrees which i think is insane. I’ve gotten ONE interview this year but was ghosted by the company when I tried to schedule it. I literally do ..read more
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Can I get sued for anything here?
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by /u/Extra_Throwawa_y
1h ago
I accidentally submitted a resume that had me working somewhere I haven’t worked (I was planning to but dropped out last minute) and had some dating issues giving me a few extra months experience that I don’t have. I corrected the issue by sending them the updated information when I realized I was using an old outdated resume but at that point I had already taken a CTS sales profile test for the company which I know costs money. Can they sue me for wasting company time or property? I know I’ll probably be put on a do not hire list or not get a callback, which I’m okay with but I’m really scar ..read more
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Gatekeeping Bosses
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by /u/Feisty-Run-6806
1h ago
For some background: I have a professional job, I’ve been in this career for 13 years, I’ve always gotten positive feedback from past bosses about my work, and I would consider myself a very hard-working person and fairly competent in my job. I’m also disappointed to find myself in this situation once again and I’m looking for some advice. I changed jobs about a year and a half ago and I think things have been going well. The industry I work in now is new to me, but the day-to-day tasks that I do in my role are things I’ve been doing since I started in this career. So there’s been some learni ..read more
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Making time for part time work, while having full time job?
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by /u/classyredneck1
1h ago
Ok, so here’s the run down. I recently got a full-time job as a salesperson for an internet provider. I make $35,000 + commission. This is my first job I’ve had that wasn’t a welder, factory worker, or manual labor in general…. And I can’t get by with this! I like how relaxed this job is, and I know to work my way up and make more, I have to start low. Then it hit me… PART TIME JOB. I was offered a part time job with the USPS, and after discussing it more with the postmaster I’ll be working under, I find out the orientation and training is almost 2 full weeks. Wah, wah, wah. It’s pretty decen ..read more
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ADA Accommodations after mental break.
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by /u/Neptunie
1h ago
Attempted to post this yesterday while in the middle of said mental spiral and it was apparently confusing. I’m hoping this will be a bit clearer. I have pretty severe mental health conditions that I’ve been managing for the past couple years through medication and therapy. I still have my triggers that will cause me to go into a panic/anxiety attack, but I purposely looked for jobs/roles that wouldn’t. I also asked during interviews point blank if direct customer contact would be part of my job responsibilities. I was given a clear answer of no, and that another department handles all custom ..read more
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I finally got a job!
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by /u/Agreeable-Object-439
1h ago
I’ve looked for a job for about a year straight! Finally got a job with good pay, benefits and something I’ll actually enjoy. However, I’m having imposter syndrome. I’m so happy but yet in the back of my mind I’m thinking, How could they have picked me. I’m just venting! But is this normal? submitted by /u/Agreeable-Object-439 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What is the dumbest company rule you’ve ever had to follow?
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by /u/Tough-Grade1086
1h ago
What is the dumbest company rule you have ever had to follow at either your current job, or any previous job? Could be a formal, written policy, or it could be a tacit, unwritten rule that’s greatly frowned upon to violate. For example, I work for a very toxic, old-school, small family-owned business. While not formal policies, some very strong unwritten rules that I quickly learned: 1.) Nobody leaves before the company owner without a very compelling reason. Doesn’t matter if it’s 4:30pm or 7:00pm. Doesn’t matter if he’s tied up on a call that is clearly going to take hours. You remain at yo ..read more
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Need help in deciding (Indian, 26M)
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by /u/teenspirit_101
3h ago
Was placed out of campus (MA English) at PwC Acceleration Centers, in an Associate role, and will complete 3 years of experience this July. I have an offer from a relatively unknown firm (Serigor, 12 LPA CTC 10LPA fixed) in an Associate Proposal Manager role. PwC was paying me 6.5LPA CTC, hybrid and with rotational shift timings, while the new role is WFH, on US shifts (7PM to 4AM IST). While the pay hike is good, and my role at PwC was diminishing and I felt was stagnating, I'm apprehensive of joining an unknown firm, with very odd hours. Is it a worthwhile switch? Considering the hike and ..read more
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Officially hit rock bottom. Again.
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by /u/Pretty-Car-2471
3h ago
I Removed myself from a toxic environment where I was being used, neglected, and discriminated against everyday. Even after I quit, the job destroyed me psychologically the next day by posting my position as full time, offering double what I was making (I was a temp for 8 months) Everything i've added to the role was a requirement for the job, I single handedly laid the foundation for the role & set the bar - yet was treated like shit the entire time. Yet here I am, suffering for doing what I felt was right. I used to ask why do I have to suffer, especially after I've done nothing wrong a ..read more
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