Two Things No Applicant For Neuroscore Should Do Afer A Career Gap

Job hunting is not an easy thing to do. I have been there. I once spent six months looking for a new job. It was heart-breaking. Everywhere I looked they said “no.” One day, the universe smiled down on me and offered me something. I spent almost seven years with the company. I learned a lot, including the things I should have done better and should not have done at all. See more information about Neurocore at

Today, I am passing this knowledge onto you. Those who are applying on Indeed for a job with Neuroscore need to know a couple things before they jump on the bandwagon.

1) Do not rush into anything. In some ways, I did not have a choice when I accepted the first job I got after my break. I was in an environmental situation where I had did not have a choice. I wish I had taken more time, thinking about it now, but sometimes you do not have a choice.

The point is: Learn from my mistakes. I am lucky. Now I have my dream job. However, it took me a long time to get here. Be patient and trust what your gut says about a career with Neuroscore.


2) Do not undervalue who you are in the workplace at Neurocore. I did that with one of my last jobs. I did and said a lot of things I should not have. This is another instance where you can learn from my mistakes. I trusted people in the workplace I should not have. You do the best you can with what you have to work with.

Your confidence will carry you far. There are too many people who will not fail to undervalue who you are. Do not do the same to yourself. The right job at Neurocore will find you when you are ready to receive it. Trust that. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.