Locating a job these days is made far too difficult for people.  Instead of having to first sort out a Curriculum Vitae, people should be given job interviews on merit.

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When I was younger, I could sign up with a job agency, I was sent out for job interviews, I was given a small exam and, if they thought I was worth giving a trial, then I would be given a trial for around one month and, if they didn’t like me after that month, then I would get dismissed.

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It was much easier and, I would get sent for jobs that I’d never done before, but still got the job on trial and, I would bungle my way through and, still get the job at the end of it.

There appears that so much goes into locating a job.  You have to make up your C.V. then you have to make sure it’s in the right colour, the right font etc.  What difference does it make if it’s the right colour or the right font and, why do we need them anyhow.

Wouldn’t be easier to just get to the job interview and, then they have us fill in a questionnaire of one or two pages while we’re waiting and, then have the interview.

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It would save everyone a lot of time and money and, would get additional people back into work.  We need to start making it easier because otherwise people start to find that job searching is becoming dull and, they can’t be bothered.

It must be like steps, you sign up with an agency, they send you for the interview, you fill in a questionnaire while you’re there, you take a small test, if needed, you have the interview, if they like you, they take you on a trial basis… bomp, bomp, bomp!

Sometimes people who have no qualifications might look as if they can’t do a particular job, but in all honesty, they can.  Just because they might not have it on paper, does not mean they don’t have it in their heads.

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Trials just means that they are given the opportunity to display what they can do in that month and, if they can’t, then at least they’ve tried, which gives them more motivation to try again.

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Some might say that it will wreck their self respect, but I don’t think so because when going for the job, they would’ve been told it was a trial, to be given a opportunity to exhibit ones knowledge, that’s how we finally figure out what type of job is suitable for us, because not every job is.

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As well, employees should be made to give “apprentices” to people who have just come of education facilities and, also older people who have not because in life not everyone is the same and, not everyone has been given the same possibilities in life.

Businesses don’t want to give “apprentices” to people these because it costs them too much money, it’s all about money. Therefore, the government should bring in a law that companies have to give “apprentices” to people and, not only that, they have to pay them a salary as well and, a liberal salary, not stupid wages.

Businesses don’t want to give “apprentices” to people these because it costs them too much money, it’s all about money. Therefore, the government should bring in a law that companies have to give “apprentices” to people and, not only that, they have to pay them a salary as well and, a liberal salary, not stupid wages.

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So, to give a person some incentives to work as an “apprentice”, the employer should be made to pay them the equivalent amount as they would get on benefit, plus the government should still cover their housing benefit, council tax and foot their prescription charges, dental and glasses and, to make sure this happens and, is put in place, each “apprentice” can then be given a pass to display that they qualify to all these things, without it being disputed all the time and, bringing about stress to that person.

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