There's this store in our mall called Charming Charlie and I've wanted to work there ever since I first went into that store , last year. I immediately thought "I'd love to work here", it's just my kind of place and I get a good feeling from it. I've already applied there six times and have gotten two group interviews, but I never made it passed that. I've been going to the mall to get applications for other places there I'd like to work, but I had this idea to go into the store an ask for an actual paper application and maybe that will up my chances of getting a chance. I really want to work there, but I'm worried too much applying will make me look like a stalker or desperate for a job (which I kind of am lol). So, I'm not sure if it's a good idea or not. What do you think? How many times is too many times, when applying for a job?
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i think your main problems are your lack of a resume and you closing up when you finally got to the interviews. if you like i could help you go through everything and write up a resume that highlights your skills and how that can be transferred to help you in the job you want. remember even if you haven't had a job before you can still look good with volunteer experience in a retail setting (charity shops will always say yes) and in group work (showing you can deal with other people and work together as a staff team would and when dealing with customers), you can take free online retail & fashion courses which you can put on your resume too.
the group interview questions aren't designed to hire the person with the best life, they are mostly bs questions with no correct answer designed to see how confident and articulate you are which is important in a people based job so dont feel bad that some girls have come back from holidaying at some fancy places, it won't affect their chances of getting the job just tell them about the work experience/online course/latest outing youve been on or make up some stuff0