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I got fired today (wasnt what my manager was looking for as far as experience in a restaurant) does this affect me for future jobs/careers?

I got fired today (wasnt what my manager was looking for as far as experience in a restaurant) does this affect me for future jobs/careers? Topic: Restaurants jobs application
May 25, 2019 / By Bevin
Question: Or do I not even have to put the jobs in a resume, application. Because I have other jobs as of this moment.
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Originally Answered: What are the best-high demand careers today and for the future?
Go ahead and go back tomorrow. For turning in applications, it's always good to speak to a manager. Coming back the next day to make sure that your application was turned in to management is a sure sign of making it clear you are very interested in working there. Also, it gives you reassurance that the application has been turned in, or you can fill out another if it hasn't. Basically, when you arrive, ask to speak to the manager. Dress nice. When you see the manager, introduce yourself, and tell him why you are there. "Good afternoon sir, my name is Michael Jordan, and I am here today to make sure that the application for employment that I turned in yesterday was given to a manager to be put in review." Say something along those lines, of course use your name, and if the manager is a woman then ma'am will be better. You really shouldn't expect any questions, unless they ask you for an immediate interview. Then it will be things like "Do you have any work experience?" "How would you personally benefit the company?" "Tell me about yourself." Those are the three most asked questions.
Originally Answered: What are the best-high demand careers today and for the future?
Hi, I am a Career Services Manager. It is important to always follow-up with the manager directly. Find out the best times to reach the manager and set up a time to meet or discuss the position. Don't forget to get the manager's name. Here is want you want to say: Hello____________, My name is_______________. I am inquring about any available opportunities you may have with your company. Then depending on what the manager tells you, you proceed from there. It can be intimidating speaking with the manager. But with practice, you can overcome your fear. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need help.

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