My husband has his MBA as well as his accounting degree and yet no one is willing to give him a chance. He ran a 300+ room hotel, every aspect of it...then he was offered a chance to run five stores, but quickly learned that was not his field...they used him as a manager and he did not go to school to run a 5-n-dime. So after much thought we moved here to Texas to help my mom and it was the biggest mistake of our lives! He is working for a company here as a call rep..he was hired in at their cap, which means he can not earn more...he has applied for manager spots, to be a trainer, everything...but nothing. He applies for these jobs and people jump to interview him but then once he is there they dismiss him. My husband is from India, I am beginning to think that is the real issue. Right now there is a company here that is short 5 managers and 2 district managers, he keeps hearing someone is going to be calling him, that they want him, he would be a great asset to their company...but nothing. For 3 weeks he has slept next to the phone waiting for that call but it never comes. I keep telling him we need to move, move to a place where his expertise will be appreciated but he does not want to leave my mom, with her health as it is. I dont know what to do. Do I force him to make the move? I urge him all the time that we can not live on nothing and that is what he is making. Once he gets paid it is gone, nothing to show for it. How can people be passing him by? He is so smart and a great person..I just dont understand.
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