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I saw your question and thought of several things I wanted to tell you about concerning it.
First of all, do not get upset. The fact that you cannot get the job you want might not be the result of you not being the perfect candidate, but rather the difficult situation on the job market. Since the overall economy is not very stable, more and more people are left without jobs not able to pay their bills. So, keep in mind that it does not necessarily mean that you are bad or incompetent. Remember that everything is under God’s control, and He will provide whatever you need in His own time. Just trust Him here and pray for a good job opportunity you will enjoy.
However, since you are saying that you are invited to the interview but not offered a job after it, maybe it has something to do with the way you behave during the interview. You know, it is very important to make a good first impression. You need to look neat and not too casual. Be respective and try to tell the hirer everything about the experience you have.
Remember to ask the question and express your interest in the position: employers like to know that this post is of high value for you. Make sure to come on time and be able to answer tricky questions. If there is any material you need to revise before the interview or skills to practice, make sure to find time for that.
Also, you should consider having a second look at your resume: it has to be of the highest quality. You should lie on your resume, but remember that you need to include all the relevant information on it including your internships, volunteer work.
On the top of my head, another thing is that maybe you need to choose a different niche. Check out the analysis of the job market of the recent days. Perhaps you are trying to get into a niche that is already over packed with people. Think of some other qualifications you have that might be useful in a different area from the one you are looking at right now.
And also, being rich is not necessarily what will bring you happiness. So, if you are only searching for top positions that would bring you wealth and that is all you are interested in, consider changing your mind. No good can come from your greed: you won’t enjoy the work you are doing only for money, you will become bitter, disappointed and discouraged very soon. Look for a job that will make you happy and will make a difference in other people’s lives – and I am sure you will enjoy it more than the most paid job inside a corrupted institution.