sorry you did not get job.
Working for yourself - if you have fixed that many machines you should be able to get work for yourself - I know you said you had spent a lot of money advertisng. What about make some flyers - should not be too expensive to do your self - do a leaflet drop in local area that you can get to without driving.
As long as you have a mobile to contact - also list in yellow pages - it is free for basic entry.
I am sure you could pick work up either fixing pcs, getting rid of spyware etc and also setting up home wireless that people seem to struggle with.
Just wondering but they didn't tell you that in writing did they? If they did they'll regret it.
theres a post going in lowestoft, suffolk. only 10,500 - 11,200 tho.
Will be a job going in Derbyshire shortly- pay will be around £15-£16k I imagine although no details as yet.
I know how you feel about the age thing.
When I got laid off I applied for hundreds of jobs, had a few interviews but most of the excuses for not giving me a job was that I was 'Over Qualified. The penny finally dropped that they meant I was too old came when a young girl who would have been my manager asked me if I minded working for someone younger.
So 'Ageism is alive and very much kicking' in the workplace although they sugar coat it.
scary im 25 and a nt manager- thought i was young for the role. My techy is 50!
Well, I got a very lengthy apology, and an assurance that I'm welcome to apply.
So do it quickly - they might feel that they 'owe' you something
TheLibrarian Said ďSurely that is not legal?Ē
Thatís how I got my first IT tech job; I was the only one under 25 to apply. There is or was some sort of Government initiative to get jobs to under 25ís. I donít think the school was forced to take people under 25 but there is a push towards that at times.
I donít recall the details but there was a reference to it in the job advert to under 25's. It was legal a few years back. Dont see why its not legal now.
@Axe: Strike Sir Axe while thine iron is hot.
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