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How common is it for PhDs to end up homeless?

A lot more common than you think. I'm one of them. Admittedly I was working on my PhD when I became homeless, and didn't get it until after, my experience is still valid.A PhD is not a magical degree which will get you guaranteed employment. Quite often the opposite is true. Back before I owned my own companies, I had 2 versions of my CV, one with my PhD, and a “dumbed down” version. I am extremely proud of my qualifications, and obviously know how much effort went into getting them. Several times when jobless, I have been so desperate that I was literally applying for every job in the local papaer, and at temp agencies, just to get something - I would have accepted less than minimum wage.The problem with this is employers see one of two things when a PhD applies for a toilet cleaning jobA liar who obviously doesn't have a real PhDSomeone who is desperate and will leave the very second they are offered something better.Dont get me wrong, I was applying for positions which suited my skillset, but I was also applying for entry level jobs too, as I needed a job as soon as possible so I wasn't homeless again.So I created two versions of my CV. One with all my skills, experience etc - the real thing, and a version which gave me basic qualifications, and a few computer skills for those entry level jobs I was applying for at the same time. I even maintained 2 separate linked in profiles and 2 email accounts, so I knew exactly what experiences to claim when replying to a job advert.

How can one get a job by off-campus?

Hi,I hope I can answer your question. Since, I am coming from Hindi medium background so chances of making grammatical mistakes are more.So, please apologize me if I do so and let me know wherever you find any grammatical mistake.I always believed in learning from failure.I am a student of 2015 batch,in my college I did not get much opportunity for on campus jobs because I was not matching 60% throughout criteria.One startup came to our college and they did not have any criteria so i took it as an opportunity and luckily cracked it and joined it but within 4 months of small tenure i realized that “this is not my cup of tea” and resigned from that company.After that like every fresher I decided to try myself in Bangalore and thought if I will fail then i will change my path towards Government jobs.After coming to Bangalore again I had to go through same criteria problem which made me hopeless but during these 4 months I made some friends who were very supportive and were keep on telling me “patience rakh jo jaaega”.I was not getting much opportunity compared to others and those who used to support me were also getting placed.Since I had financial problem so i decided to go with some technical support or BPO kind of job. So that I can survive in Bangalore and then i joined one BPO but unfortunately they told me that I have to work 6 days in a week. As i had no other options so i took this job as survival opportunity.I worked there for 2 months and then I decided to leave this job and as per my plan thought to go back to my hometown. During those 2 months i was keep on applying for jobs and one fine morning I got a message which was for invitation of aptitude test from IBM.I started thinking like will I be able to crack this or not??Then I thought ok let me give a try because I was so neagtive and depressed.I thought like why IBM will select me I am not matching their criteria also. I had my plan B which was to go for government jobs because atleast there they don't have any percentage criteria.I also booked ticket for my hometown.Here I made one mistake and without reading carefully I went out to give aptitude test. Now, first round was document verification I was 100 % confidentthat I am done they will throw me out but in meanwhile they announced that those who don't have 65% in highest degree may leave for the day. I thought like is it only in highest degree because I had good percentage in b.tech.Since i was full of negativity I thought to cross check with the recruitment team. When I cross checked they said yes this drive is only for highest degree.Here, I got that feeling that I have to crack it, this is my last opportunity and then went ahead with positiveness and cracked 2 rounds on the same day and after 4 days face to face interview was there. There also my confidence worked and I made it.Today I am working at IBM from past 2 years.So basically things I learnt in those 4 months which will help you as well:Keep patienceNever loose hopeMake some good friends who are supportive and get distant from those who are demotivating you from achieving your goal.Courage, this is very much needed.Don't leave the ground even if you are failing multiple times. Because no one knows in what and which form opportunity will come to you.Forget your past, work on present and be always on alert.Being negative is not at all bad but we should be aware of when to get out of negativity.All the bestIf you have any query then please let me know.Thanks & RegardsKumar S Singh

What was the biggest lie you caught in an interview?

I was asked by HR to interview an applicant for an engineering position at a large defense contractor where I was engineering program manager.While reviewing his resume, I noticed an entry as “Chief Engineer” for 2 1/2 years at a company some 10 years prior. It happened that I was the owner of said company. I actually didn't recognize his name but did remember him once he started talking. He applied for and I had hired him as an electrical construction foreman, not engineer as I was the only engineer at my small company. After three weeks I had fired him for incompetence after he ruined several thousand dollars of material and all the work he did had to be removed and redone.During the interview I walked him back through the various jobs he listed. When we got to the company I had owned I let him expound on how important a contribution he made to all the projects I had ever worked on. So to speak, I gave him enough rope to hang himself with. I finally asked him if he recalled his supervisor’s name. After a thoughtful moment he looked at my business card, perhaps for the first time, and turned pale and stammered a bit.I thanked him for coming in and escorted him back through security. I returned to HR where his application was stamped “NEVER CONSIDER THIS APPLICANT” after I related the obvious lies on his resume.Original question: What was the biggest lie you caught in an interview?

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