Compilation Of Top Funny Job Interview Memes
Job interviews are not easy. You have to practice all the possible job interview questions, learn as much as possible about the company you want to apply and you need to convince the interviewer why your CV is better than anyone else. No wonder it’s easy to panic especially when you are running out of savings and are worried about how you're going to make ends meet in the upcoming months.
Especially now, during the coronavirus pandemic, when more than 16.8 million people in US lost their job, Labor Department reports. That is roughly one in 10 workers have lost their jobs in just three weeks. By contrast, if you compare the crisis during the Great Recession it took 44 weeks — around 10 months for unemployment claims to go as high as they now have in less than a month.
According to the United Nations, it estimates that global unemployment will rise by 25 million by the end of 2020. The viral outbreak is believed to have erased nearly one-third of the U.S. economy’s output in Q1. Forty-eight states have closed non-essential businesses.
As we never seen such an economic crisis before, it will be more challenging to apply for a job as there will be less job openings available and the competition across the candidates will be much more competitive.
However, the internet may actually help you save the day —all by delivering a laugh. Studies show that looking at funny pictures can provide immediate stress relief. If you're the type to freak out at an interview, check out the funniest job interview memes Bemorepanda found on the internet. Lame jokes, sarcasm, you name it, we've got it all. So relax, continue scrolling, and enjoy the best memes!
As companies change their work system to a remote one to fight the coronavirus pandemic and as more and more employees are laid off or technically unemployed, you may be wondering if you should continue to send resumes.
Those who have already applied and managed to get an online interview know that it is a unique experience. Some passed successfully, others had too much emotion. Internet users began to make various jokes about the new events. That's why Bemorepanda collected the funniest memes about the interviews in 2020.
1.Interview in coronavirus times
2.Any job interviewer in 2020
3.Next interview be like
4.The question of 2015
5.This question is real fun
6.Interview in IT company
7.Job interview after the pandemic
8.Post pandemic job interview
9.Why do you want this job
10.Job interviews after coronavirus
11.Fired because of virus
12.Others applicants at job
13.Why do you wanna work at Comcast?
14.Interviews during coronavirus
15.Am I ready for the interview?
16.Job interview after pandemic
17.So tell me about yourself
18.Cable installer interview
19.Describe yourself using 3 words
20.Describe yourself in one word
21.A lot of experience at 22
22.I don't always video interview
23.What's the deal?
24.Req in Taleo
26.5 people on interview panel
27.Ready for the interview
28.What if I told you
29.Am i the only one around here
The first impression is extremely important in a job interview, whether it is worn face to face or organized online. As participating in an interview can be quite a stressful time, if you fail to master yourself, you can give the impression that from a professional point of view you are insecure, and this will affect you quite a lot. That is why it is extremely important to prepare well for an interview, especially if you really want the job for which you applied or for which you were contacted.
When the job interview begins, it is extremely important that it is very clear to you what you really want. At the same time, it is advisable to be able to express these things to the people in charge of recruiting from the employer, but also to know how to do it. Also in this chapter is the discussion about the salary you want. In this case, it is advisable to be able to negotiate, which is why you can try that, instead of saying a fixed amount that would interest you or that you think would help you get that job, to say a margin in which you would be willing to fit in or negotiate, with a maximum and a minimum ceiling. Keep in mind that some employers may charge you an estimated monthly income, net or gross, or even per year, net or gross.
The most important thing is that you have to trust your own strengths! And before the interview Bemorepanda makes you laugh at some memes!
1.If you believe in reincarnation, you are welcome
2.If only it was like this
3.Being jobless from 3 months, it hurts like a punch in gut.
4.Compleated graduation in commerce
5.Practicing interview with mom is not the best idea, while you are always are hired or vice versa
6.A fair affirmation
7.A rejection email after an interview.I would be ok with a reaction email like this, how about you?
8.Even if you have a good resume
9.It’s been a hard day's night of work
10.Some can get any job they want but refuse, some want any job but get refused.
11.Next job interview in 2021
12.Please say yes to me!
13.Smooth flirt at interview
14.That’s really disappointing
15.Explaining how 2020 passed for me at a job interview
16.I complicate my life because I love problems
17.Repeating “Good Afternoon” twice, so they could surely hear me
18.The secret answer, to the most common question
19.No idea about the fact that she is bombing the interview
20.Going in 2021 to a job interview, after long quarantine and no socialization
21.Trying to find a job in a foreign country
22.The interview under pressure
23.When things don’t go according to the plan
24.A list of universal answers
25.Job interviews make someone get high
26.Honesty is about experience, after having more than 20 job interviews in a week
27.The best skill ever
28.Let’s pass this question
29.How do you feel before an interview?
30.More skills gained during quarantine
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Surely you have seen various names of creative jobs on LinkedIn or even on business cards. Is it cool or is it too much? Do you shy away from people who take advantage of creativity and present themselves as HR Ambassadors, for example? Have you noticed that a lot of people, all of a sudden, are Coach / Mentor / Trainer / Entrepreneur?
Maybe a Shop Knight will smile at your cash register. Maybe instead of a receptionist, a Director of First Impressions will guide you. Maybe at the next meeting with a PR, he will write Communication Champion on his business card. If you are a QA Engineer, would you like to be called a QA Rock Star? If you are testing your company's website, would you like your job to be called a Website Master? If you work in Marketing, does the Account Wizard make you smile? Do you want to recruit as a Talent Catcher? How credible would it be for you to call yourself an Objective Achiever Coach?
And think again: you can be a Guru, Ninja, Champion, Digital Prophet etc or you can say "Abracadabra" and you are the coolest Digital Marketing Magician, Direct Mail Demi-God or, why not, you can introduce yourself as Social Media Badass.
So here is the top collected by Bemorepanda of the most hiarious and useless job titles that you can find on LinkedIn.
- Digital Overlord
- Creator of Happiness
- Retail Jedi
- Wizard of Light Bulb Moments
- Dream Alchemist
- Chief Chatter
- Change Magician
- Accounting Ninja
- Chief Biscuit Dunker
- Direct Mail Demi-God
- Digital Marketing Magician
- Brand Warrior
- Senior Road Warrior Marketing Intern
- The Social Media Badass
- Chief Thought Provoker
But remember this! Some candidates have the impression that an unconventional degree will positively impress recruiters, as opposed to the usual one. Nothing wrong. Of course, such a title may attract attention, but not necessarily with a positive impact on those who read it. Recruiters use keywords related to that position, so they will search, for example: "Sales Manager" and not "Sales Evangelist", "Digital Marketing Manager" and not "Digital Wizard / Guru / Ninja", "Brand Manager ”And not“ Brand Warrior ”.
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Has it ever happened to you that your CV fits perfectly with the requirements for a certain job, but you are called to a job interview and you do not get that position? Although in terms of skills and competencies you would have been the ideal candidate for that job, it is possible that during the interview you made one (or more) of the mistakes.
Employers are generally looking for passionate, energetic and challenging candidates because they associate these traits with higher productivity and a source of innovative ideas that will benefit the company. The enthusiasm and passion shown by a candidate during the interview are, for the recruiter, indicators of a long-term loyalty to the company. Instead, passivity, disinterest or lack of initiative are not desirable traits in a new employee.
Preparing for a job interview is necessary up to a point, beyond which it can turn against you. For example, you do not have to "learn" in advance the answers to frequently asked questions in an interview, otherwise you risk appearing artificial. The recruiter does not aim to get a prefabricated answer, but wants to know more about you so that he can determine if you really fit or not on the position for which you applied.
Be the best! This way you will prove that you deserve this job, and Bemorepanda cheers you up a bit with some funny memes.
1.This life joke hurts everyone
3.Time to change career
5.I invented unemployment
6.No more jobs
7.An unemployed resident in US
8.Modern problems and modern solutions
9.About my life
11.Manpower in India
12.Just a matter of perspective
13.The cool stuff I can do
15.Failure of Capitalism
17.People staying at home
20.None of them
22.Unemployed before covid
23.Unemployment is bad
24.Calling you back at work
31.What are you telling me
32.Can I hold 5$?
33.Help from the government
35.Will be better
36.Unemployment is low
37.Why are you still unemployed?
38.Rich bcz of hiring
39.What do you do?
40.He managed to do this