Intp dating humor
Most employers rightly believe that a person’s past actions are the best predictor of their future actions, and so your professional past counts for a ton in the hiring process.You’ve built up a past that’s now functioning as screaming warning sign employers.
I have had some college but didn’t manage a degree – because I dropped out.
(I dropped out because I did not work well with my professors, and got stressed out with work added in the mix.)I am currently looking for work, but believe I cannot find it due to companies that primarily hire based on online and personality applications, lack of a good structured work history, no achievements, and my inability to interact with societal norms. This also isn’t about not being challenged; loads of people have jobs that aren’t particularly challenging and they hold on to them anyway because of a work ethic or sense of responsibility or or because they’re working toward something better or because of a basic interest in having a paycheck and a stable work history.
I have short work histories with previous employers (10 or more in 7 years).
The longest I’ve worked for a company has been about year and a half: Dairy Queen when I was working in high school.
Interesting, challenging jobs have lots of people applying for them, and employers will rarely hire someone with a spotty work history when they have loads of qualified candidates without a history of job-hopping.