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    How is the job market in your area?

    I have just resigned from my job in April. Luckily, I still have my family company to help with, and I am trading equities daily. But I do still want to work to gain more experience before I continue my parent's company/start a new business. In my country in Asia, there are very few openings.

    Is it the same in the US? When do you think a surge of new jobs is going to come?
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    It's horrible in Coffeyville Kansas. Before Covid, I had 73 refinery contractors in all my rental houses. After Covid, the refinery sent all non-essential people home. All maintenance and capital projects were postponed. I went from 73 contractors to 2 in about a month.
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    I'm at 500+ applications, 6 final round interviews, no offers. The job postings on LinkedIn have been stagnant for like 2 weeks, so either I'm silo'ed hard on their job search algorithm or just no one's hiring in the face of a second lockdown.
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    I'm in a large city and outside of tourism, jobs are still getting posted a lot. Got laid off last wednesday. Already have 3 phone interviews and a sit down interview to be scheduled sometime next week. I'd suggest moving to a big city and looking for a job in banking/finance.

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    I'm at 500+ applications, 6 final round interviews, no offers. The job postings on LinkedIn have been stagnant for like 2 weeks, so either I'm silo'ed hard on their job search algorithm or just no one's hiring in the face of a second lockdown.
    IIRC aren't you in CS or some other tech related field? Didn't think it would be that hard to find a job in that field. I'd suggest looking on Indeed though, it gets updated daily with new jobs in my area.
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    Originally Posted by FAPhaggot View Post
    I'm at 500+ applications, 6 final round interviews, no offers. The job postings on LinkedIn have been stagnant for like 2 weeks, so either I'm silo'ed hard on their job search algorithm or just no one's hiring in the face of a second lockdown.
    Yeah I havent looked at LinkedIn for the past 2 weeks for that reason. There's just nothing. God luck brah, I am lucky to still have things to do
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    Originally Posted by paulinkansas View Post
    It's horrible in Coffeyville Kansas. Before Covid, I had 73 refinery contractors in all my rental houses. After Covid, the refinery sent all non-essential people home. All maintenance and capital projects were postponed. I went from 73 contractors to 2 in about a month.
    This pandemic is hitting refineries hard af from a variety of angles, from gasoline consumption to the delta between gas prices and swinging oil prices to the shift in demand of the refined products (jet fuel vs gasoline etc)


    Think my area is doing pretty well nowadays. I've been working 50hrs / week since the middle of April and my woman wasn't even temporarily laid off, but we had shut down completely for a while
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    Originally Posted by iamdetermined View Post
    IIRC aren't you in CS or some other tech related field? Didn't think it would be that hard to find a job in that field. I'd suggest looking on Indeed though, it gets updated daily with new jobs in my area.
    Yeah, just finished a masters in electrical engineering.

    The problem is that about 50% of engineering companies currently have a hiring freeze (as reported anonymously by their employees at least), so you have all the graduates of a normal year but half the positions.
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    Dealership technician here. Barely slowed down at least on my end. I was seriously hoping to catch a break. Now we are so covered up it isn't funny. We reported the highest numbers ever last month. I guess I'm blessed but at the same time I ask for vacation but we are so busy. Atlanta area.
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    Originally Posted by Jasonw1178 View Post
    Dealership technician here. Barely slowed down at least on my end. I was seriously hoping to catch a break. Now we are so covered up it isn't funny. We reported the highest numbers ever last month. I guess I'm blessed but at the same time I ask for vacation but we are so busy. Atlanta area.
    In CA, SoCal, it's about the same. Only minimum wage jobs appear to be affected by Covid at least none of my relatives were affected job wise for it.
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