I have applied for a few jobs and so far, I haven't heard back from any of them. Is there a spell I can cast to helped me get one of the jobs I've applied for? I really need to get this job, so it'd be a great help if someone can suggest a good spell for me to try, it would help me out, a lot. Thank you :)
this is a simple one but an effective one, the key is the energy you put into it, your focus/visualization, and you need to put forth the effort to get the job. once you cast the spell, be sure to do a callback. if you get an interview, try the Witches Handshake, i tired it once after a few months of unemployment [i always doubted it's effectiveness] and it worked. i got hired an hour later. when you go to shake their hand, reach out your index finger and touch their wrist near their pulse, and strongly think 'hire me'. you of course need to go through the interview, but it's an extra something you can try. good luck.
i see your point Meadow, i don't agree with how many people will instantly whip out a spell because they lost the remote or something ridiculous. other times, i do feel spells are a good idea. everyone's views are different of course, but i feel job spells especially are a worth while thing to do. particularly if you've been trying hard, passing out 3 or more resume's a day, doing callbacks, going to interviews, and still can't get a job, a spell might be that extra push needed sometimes.
I try to keep spells as a last resort, I do normally try to take matters into my own hands, but in this case, I am having no luck at all. I've applied for so many jobs over the past two years, even more so now that I'm out of education, but I haven't had any luck. I haven't been called in for an interview in months, despite the amount of places I've applied for, but still nothing. I need a job so badly, now, to help out my mom, now that she's seperated and to help me move out to my own place, eventually. It has nothing to do with "relying on magick for everything".
I agree that spells can be an appropriate tool to help get a job.
Like the original poster, I have been unemployed for 3 years. I've sent out resumes to every firm in my chosen field (legal) in five counties surrounding the one I live in. I've got 17+ years of experience, have a college degree, have taken additional legal courses, and I still can't get an interview.