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  1. So I'm about to graduate university in a few months, Inshallah. Everyone has told me that getting employed will be difficult and that rejection is inevitable. So far I've been rejected by every job I've applied to except 1 which isn't really a great job, but Alhamdullilah regardless. I'm curious to see how everyones employment journeys came about? Was it the usual job application and interview process? If so, what steps did you take to prepare? Honestly it's very demotivating when you spend time on job applications and get rejected right off the bat even when you know that you're a great fit.
  2. What's the ruling talking to non mahram in public forums, private messages, social medias. Talking casually, talking professionally, talking friendly, talking jokingly, talking teasingly/flirting etc. does the rule apply to both married ones and none married ones? for example, can a single Muslim woman talk casually with a non mahram man. Does the same rule apply to the married woman? by casual talk, basically about everything. professionally, I mean more in a working environment. Talking to clients etc.
  3. What are some jobs (halal ones) that I can find, with little education, in a kaafir country? Any tips? Are there any halal jobs out there? Please share how you got your job.
  4. salam, i have been contemplating on leaving my job for a while now, the reason being is that there is haram music (rap, love, etc) playing 24/7 in there and the people i work with all use bad cuss words a lot although its mostly in joking with each other and towards me as well and even though telling them that i dont like to be talked to that way, lead to no avail. Also i sometimes feel like im not as bothered by the music anymore because of how much ive heard it there and probably becoming desensitized to it as well, as you know here in the US you'd be lucky to go a day without music entering
  5. Salaamunalaiqum, I have a very busy schedule coz of my work, I pray my daily salaah but I am feeling very low spiritually. Can you people give me suggestion how to remember Allah and His Hujjat a. T. F. S during my office hours? Are there any practices which you all r doing and it's helping you... Please share
  6. Assalamu Alaykum Does procrastinating at work makes my income haram? I mean, the money I make during the time I'm procrastinating. Is it like stealing from my boss? I'm a little worried about that because I don't want even a dollar of my income to be haram.
  7. Employee who took sick days for mental health gets unexpected response from CEO Published July 11, 2017 A CEO's reply to an employee's mental health email went viral. (BrianAJackson) A Michigan CEO’s reply to his employee’s sick day email has gone viral. Madalyn Parker, a web developer at Olark Live Chat, emailed her colleagues at the end of June to let them know she’d be taking two days off to focus on her mental health. “Hopefully I’ll be back next week refreshed and back to 100%” Parker wrote in the email. In an une
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    slms. i m an app developer and i want to develop an app for a betting company, is it halaal to do that? i m just doing my job
  9. I have been great fascinated by economics and business for quite a while now....on the economics exams in the 10th grade, I was in the 99th percentile in the nation.....(Im in 11th grade now).......is it haram to major in business administration so long as one does not work with riba, and is this possible?
  10. Assalamu Alaykum I was treated very badly by a major UK supermarket. To see more of my story, to help me and to find out which UK supermarket I am referring to, please see this link where you can watch a very short video (1:46 minutes long) and fill in a short form (less than one minute). Please fill in this form and share it with your UK contacts. http://informationpi.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/supermarket.html In a nutshell, my story is that the supermarket appears to have destroyed evidence that would have proven that it breached my contract and that it has made claims to have addressed
  11. As-salamu 'alaikum! I have been unemployed for awhile and pondering returning to the place I worked before I reverted to Islam insha'Allah as a groundsman. For those who don't know, a groundsman is responsible for general labor during tree-removal/pruning operations and handles everything on the ground including cutting and chipping branches and loading logs into dump trucks for sale as firewood. It's work I have years of experience doing and it would help get me back on my feet insha'Allah but I have been hesitant to start back there for two reasons: first, I heard from no source in partic
  12. Asalaamun Alaikum brothers and sisters, So I recently started working at Staples (very large office supply store in the US and I believe Canada). I am hired as an easy tech associate, but I also help customers find office supplies and ring people up at the cash register. I recently found out that Soda Stream is being sold at Staples (their HQ is in Tel Aviv, Israel) and they sell this thing called "Bacon Bowl" in the As seen on TV section. I also found out that they sell Beef Jerky. Since I also do check out (which I must if it is needed which is pretty much everytime I work). Is it permissibl
  13. What kind of experience do you people have with village and city and the people there? I have experienced many young people who were from village and were far more successful than people who were from the city. Concerning studying(especially in sciences) people from the village seem to be far more dilligent and focused than people from the city in general. Now what is the secret behind the success of village people? Why are people from village and traditional people working harder than people from the city. I have some options: -People from village are accustumed to harsher life styles, like h
  14. Salams everyone, I promised to share this story. Being a final year uni student, I am obliged to arrange my own internship position after graduation. For 6 months I have been going in person to every single pharmacy in every single suburb and asking for an internship. Yup, you can imagine the frustration! It was during this time were I realised that racism was a big issue here and the hijab isnt very welcome everywhere. I always told myself not to despair, although I couldnt help feeling depressed and the only thing on my mind was internship. To the extent that I was emotionally blinded. Eve
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