I had my phone interview today and it went really well, well kind of. She liked my resume and thought I would be a good fit for the job they had in mind for me. She began to ask me questions and I answered them to the best of my ability.
None of the questions that I found on their website was brought up in this interview. I had all of the interview questions answered and I was ready for them. It was okay though.
Everything was good up until a part where the staffer asked if I had applied to Hobby Lobby. I, of course, said yes because I had applied for the Layout Graphic Designer position. From there she couldn’t help me.
We discussed other job opportunities and how I am open to other industries. She was helpful and enjoyable to chat with about employment opportunities.
Even though the overall phone interview went well, it ended up not working out. I had already applied to the job she was going to help me with.
This searching for a job is quite difficult. I’m seriously discouraged. I keep at it and nothing is working. I know that things will eventually turn around but I’m tired of this emotional roller-coaster with all of this.
I give it my all and it’s not good enough. But somehow I push through the difficulty of finding a job and I keep looking. I keep applying to jobs and I keep going to interviews. I do this because it’s part of the process.
Even though the door keeps closing, I will keep knocking on the door of opportunity. I have to keep in mind that anything that is worth having maybe a difficult road to get there.
Here’s a little phrase that I told myself after my phone interview.