I've had many jobs throughout my life and most of them I have been fired . How do I write my resume? Do I include all those jobs? And if I get called for an interview, do I tell the truth? There's no good explanation to the situations, but Im ready to do well . If given the chance...
You definitely have an uphill battle.
On your resume, include the relevant work experience, the dates you worked there, and the work you did/achievements you had. Just like any other job.
During an interview you should be asked about why you left those jobs. Absolutely tell the truth. You will have to explain it. If you don't explain it satisfactorily, you will not be hired.
The key here is to understand why you were fired. What did you do? What could/should you have done to avoid it? What have you already done to improve? What else are you going to do moving forward?
Until you can answer those questions, you, honestly, shouldn't be hired.
You have to take full responsibility. You should not try and blame managers, former co-workers, unfair policies, etc. I would never hire someone who had been fired from multiple jobs without taking ownership and responsibility for it. We all make mistakes, but if you don't prove that you've learned from those mistakes, why in the world would a manager expect that you're done making them?
If given the chance...
Every time you get a job you're being given a chance.
It's up to you to make the most of that chance.
I've had many jobs throughout my life and most of them I have been fired
That's the first thing to work on.
Is it possible that you're applying for jobs that don't fit you very well?
- Some people want very quiet work with little responsibility, others want to make all the decisions and run the whole show.
- Some people want to work with their hands, others plonk away at keyboards
- Some people want a steady paycheck, others want to set their own hours
- ... and so on