The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

Sad news] I failed 50 companies and got a job offer from one. But I ended up quitting after 5 months.

A hard-won job offer, after all5 work
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I would like to talk about job hunting during my college years.

When I was job hunting as a new graduate, I had the experience of taking 50 companies and failing.

What I want to talk about here is.I'm not trying to make some weird boast about how I failed 50 companies, but about how I ended up quitting after less than six months, even though I worked so hard on job hunting.It is.

But I have an excuse.being crampedHands!

finding employmentIt was an ice age. ・・・・ (doh!)

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True story. I really fought hard for job hunting, but I failed 50 companies.

Yes, I took 50 companies and really failed.

I'm talking about how much it's going to fall...

The 50 companies here are the number of resumes I sent plus the number of interviews I went to and failed. This number includes the number of companies that did not receive my resume plus the number of companies that I went to for interviews and failed.

I think the interviews themselves were with about 30 companies.

This period was intense. Because it was full of embarrassing memories.

It was a common occurrence for me to be red-shirted, and every time I failed, I felt that I was not needed by society, and my heart was broken all over again. I had a lot of problems with my ability and expression.

The next thing I know, I'm thinking something like this.

I must be a very bad person.

But despite these negative thoughts, at the time I wanted to do my best in job hunting no matter what. I wanted to make my long-awaited debut as a member of society as a new graduate. Ha ha.

Interviewed in Tokyo from the countryside. Spent all savings to pay for transportation.

I was going to interviews in Tokyo from the countryside (because I definitely wanted to find a job in Tokyo), so I had to pay for the total transportation and food expenses.Nearly 700,000 dollars gone.... 

Seriously, we're running out of money.short take-home jobI was doing so much.

Well, I was prepared for this, but I feel like I could have traveled to several countries with this much money.

Every time the money was dwindling, you were in a hurry, thinking, "Oh no...I have to get a job offer before I run out of my savings.

I finally received a job offer from one company and went crazy on the station platform.

And so, my job-hunting life of falling all over the place finally came to an end, and I finally got aI received a job offer from one company.The first is that it is a very good idea to use the same type of equipment as the second.

You were just on the station platform when you received the call with the job offer.

There is an incoming call, and when I look at the screen, I see a familiar number.

"These last four digits...Maybe!"

When I picked up the phone, the first voice was from the hiring manager of the company I had just had my last interview with.


It was an informal phone call.

I was in a panic, half crying, shouting out "thank you" and calling repeatedly on the station platform, my head bowed down and my face grinning with happiness.

You were really happy at this time. At this time.

But eventually decided to quit after 5 months with the company.


I quit.

The job offer that I had worked so hard to win...I gave it up after 5 months.

The reason is simple.Because I couldn't stand the working hours.

I arrive at work at 7:30 a.m. and work overtime until 10 p.m., 11 p.m., 24 p.m., or the last train.

Many working people do this normally, but I could not.

Overtime pay was also not paid as "deemed overtime.

I can't, I can never do it.

It has nothing to do with why I quit, but it was my first time in the workforce.Slept in big time and cried a lot in front of the devil manager.I had done so.

It may not exist now.Business Card Acquisition CampaignThe first time I saw a "M" in the market, I was surprised to see it.

Moreover, I know it is a small company, but there are various directors, positions, etc., and it took me quite a while to decide to quit. It took me a while to make up my mind to quit.

This was the first time in my life that I had experienced something like this, and it was really draining on my spirit.

alsoTalked to 7 supervisors before quitting.I had to do it.

I had a hard time getting a job offer. I was so worried until I quit the company because I thought it was a waste of money.

I was always thinking about this at the time.

I thought, "It would be a waste to quit after all that hard work to finally get a job offer..."
"If I quit after a short period of time, it will affect my next job... I'll have to give up the privilege of being a new graduate. .... Is it a waste to quit...?"

Such as.

I've only been working there for five months.

I'm trying to quit right away.You're sure that's what you want?I kept asking the question.

I was extremely worried, but in the end I quit.

No matter how much I thought about it, I could never do it again!

Come to think of it.Pre-employment campI had a suspicious atmosphere from the beginning........

Well, as it turns out, I'm glad I stopped.

From friends.You quit too soon!I've been told by some of my older brothers and sisters that I'm not a good person.I have no patience.andYou'll start changing jobs all over again!I was told many times. (Who to consult with about changing jobs(Or you could say a mistake was made.)

I have many thoughts, but I understand what they are trying to say. I have similar thoughts.

But there is a good reason why I am glad that I quit then, and it is because I was able to work at the company I changed jobs at after that for a long time.

I wasn't suited for new business. I didn't really notice it when I was in this black company.

At the next company, I was able to work as a route salesman for almost three years.

I think my "fear of changing jobs repeatedly" has been successfully dispelled by my subsequent experience. I mean, changing jobs repeatedly is not a bad thing at all.

Furthermore, I changed jobs after that.I'm having a lot of fun with the experiences I've gained by changing jobs, making new connections, and making new friends who I can be super silly with.It was.

I was able to meet people I would never have met if I had belonged to one company.

Besides.I also learned very well that I am a person who cannot stay in one organization for a long time.

What I'm trying to say is.

I think there are a lot of people out there who can't quit a company that has offered them a job just because they feel that it would be a waste of money (even more so after all the hard work they have done).In the end, only you know your feelings, sensations, and thoughts, and if it's too hard for you, why not quit? If it's too hard for you, you can quit.

The important thing is not that you quit because you feel like it, but that you continue to endure what you are going through and feel the emptiness of the work you are doing.

What's the point of cutting down your body and soul to that level? Isn't it a waste of time? I thought at the time.

I want to get through this, even if it's hard! There are things I want to do! Then you should keep going, though.


Obviously, there are many hard times at work. I think you have to get over that to some extent.

My point is that there are different levels of hardship, so I don't think it makes sense to work just for the sake of being hard and painful, and if there is another job you want to do, you should quit and try it even more so.

Preparation is required, however.

At such times, if you don't quit just because you have a "job offer that you went through all that trouble to get," you don't have to hang on to that, do you? I think so.

That's what I think after I failed 50 companies and got 1 job offer and quit after 5 months - I'm not sure what to think.

Related: We have compiled a lot of information about changing jobs on this page.

I'll post a few pages here about my experience changing jobs. (Not an experience I'm proud of)

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