Do you want to find rich women looking for men? You can find them online in a matter of minutes. Just how you do it, though, is not common knowledge (or why else would you be reading this article?). I can tell you how to do it. The first thing I'm going to tell you is ignore the expensive niche dating sites. I'm talking about the sites that promise to match you with millionaires. These sites are expensive and I can show you a much better way to find far more millionaire women.
Typically, a rich woman, looking for a man online, is promoting her wealth because she feels inadequate in other ways. She might feel old or unattractive. Whatever her reasons, she is letting you know that she has lots of money. The trouble is, you will not find these women easily. Why? Because their numbers are low. There are very few millionaire women seeking men over the internet (despite what those niche dating sites will tell you!). The few thousand who do so each month are not found in conventional ways. You won't find them using the personals section of a classified site, for instance.
A little known fact is most wealthy women use the major dating sites to find men. These sites are seen as the best available, with the most features. Wealthy women are attracted to the best of everything, so why should dating sites be any different? Now, before you go reaching for your credit card, you should know these sites always have free communities, too. You can use most of their features for free, without ever having to open your wallet. What you need to do is make a profile on one of these sites and then go hunting. How you find a wealthy women is by going to the search page and typing in words like "wealthy" and "rich" when you are searching for women. This will bring up a list of women, many of whom will even be online. Wealthy ladies tend to "advertise" their wealth in their dating profiles. If you use this technique, you will find hundreds, maybe thousands of rich women and it won't have taken you more than a few minutes. All you have to do is quickly scan each profile and make sure they are rich. Then just send them a quick instant message or email.
During the job search, applicants need to be aware of the courtesy interview. A courtesy job interview is one in which the company recruiter has no intent of hiring the candidate, but conducts the interview anyway. The courtesy interview is known to human resource departments, and is a practice carried out by every level of the hiring process.
There are also interviews which are ceremonial. The reviewer has already made up his or her mind to hire the candidate, and the meeting is perfunctory. The courtesy interview on the other hand, is a pretense of interest. There are some professionals who believe it exhibits a lack of respect toward the job applicant. At the least, it leans to an incredible disservice to the applicant, and a waste of time for both parties. If conducted carelessly, it can leave the candidate with a bad taste in the mouth. Why then, do recruiters, headhunters, former colleagues, Fortune 500 companies, etc. conduct courtesy interviews?
The answer is found in two types of courtesy interviews:
• After about ten minutes or so, it is clear to the interviewer that you are not the right fit for the company. But he or she wants to be polite, and will continue the interview for another twenty to thirty minutes before thanking you for your visit;
• The interviewer is only seeing you out of an obligation or human resource policy. Whether or not the interviewer is interested in you, he or she will proceed anyway out of courtesy and/or respect.
How then, do you know you are in a courtesy interview? Here are some samples:
• The first sentence may be, “I just wanted to see where you are in your career search”. This is a fishing expedition. The interviewer is curious about what you have done since your last job, which companies you have talked to so far, or to pump you for information not relevant to your job hunt;
• “We had already finished final interviews when we received your resume. After looking at your impressive cover letter and resume, we thought we should talk to you before making a final decision”. This means a person higher up in the company asked the candidate to apply. That information was in the cover letter. For the interviewer, he or she is only doing it out of respect for, or fear of, the company executive.
• “As you know, we are an equal employment opportunity firm. We take that seriously and under consideration when we interview applicants”. This is done to avoid discrimination lawsuits. Some firms who accept government funds are required to conduct at least 3 interviews with applicants of diverse backgrounds. On a positive note, it could also mean the company is sincere in hiring a diversity of applicants, you included.
Ten to fifteen minutes should be long enough to know whether or not you are in a serious interview or talking to a person just going through the paces. It is clear that he or she has no desire to hire you. What then, should you do once you realize you are in a courtesy interview?
• Ignore the interviewer’s irrelevant questions, and do the interview of a lifetime. Dazzle and impress. Why? He or she may decide to refer you to another firm who would love to hire you. Or, the recruiter may think you are not right for the current job, but is perfect for another open position at the company;
• Using great tact, end the interview. Say you do not believe you are the right fit for the job, and do not wish to waste either of your time;
• No matter how you feel, do not be rude or show how angry you feel. You may see this person again;
• Always thank the interviewer for talking with you. Depending on how you and the interviewer clicked, ask for a referral so you don’t feel it has been a waste
• Do an assessment of the interview. Take note of the positive parts. When did your conversation seem to excite the recruiter? What topics made him or her ask you follow up questions?
It is always tough to go through one interview after another, not knowing whether or not you are wasting your time and energy. Do not take it personally. The job hunting market is extremely competitive. Look at the courtesy interview as one piece of several that an unemployed person will experience during the job search.
Job applicants should look for employment like a daily duty. You must be diligent, consistent, and determined to find work that fits your skills, experience, education, and temperament. Your task is to convince a company that you are the right person for the job.
A positive attitude will go far toward putting a negative meeting in the past. Don’t let one bad interview experience kill your spirit. Look forward; maintain your daily job searching routine, and work on getting an interview with the next company you like.