Discussion in 'Yellow Pages' started by Knight GT, Apr 21, 2020.
This is bad news. Where am I going to get my bulk discounted WFC merchandise going forward.
Does anyone on here have any knowledge of the UI design market?
I'm considering a complete career change but would like to know from current UI/UX designers as to what the job market is like at the moment. Has it been ****ed by covid? It doesn't sound like it but perhaps my info isn't correct.
Wanted to get people's advise. I got offered an interview yesterday morning for today at 12. I couldn't make it because I had an important meeting at work. I replied basically saying I could do any other time today or Wednesday but not 12, and if that's an issue let me know as I could try and get out of the meeting. I've not heard anything back since, have emailed and then emailed again today and tried calling with no luck. I'd love the job, but now I'm thinking there was only one slot available. Do people think I should still continue to chase over email/phone or will that just come across as desperate/annoying?
I'd generally give up by this stage but if you are still really up for the job then find out the general number for the company, this is usually reception or a switch board and then ask them for the person by name that was doing the interview.
If you're not getting the job then it'll piss them off but who cares, but it might just get you an initiative point.
This popped up elsewhere:
Just an update on this. I'm giving the idea of retraining into UI/UX design serious consideration.
Is there anyone on here who has experience in this field? Would love to pick your brains!
Update. I had an interview, 3 in fact and there is another stage
That's 2 more interviews than prospective managers of WFC have to get the position of head coach already, good luck with stage number 4!
What a complete waste of time. 2 at the most 1st with a prospective colleague and manager to see if you fit. 2nd with hr and big boss to ensure you're not a psycho and to massage big boss' ego. Any more is an indicator that they're an admin nightmare.