10 Reasons Why You are Not Getting Job in Software Testing

You might have applied for several testing jobs, might have received some calls for interviews too and would have even attended some, but still, you might not have the job that you are looking for.

Well, then there could be so many reasons for which you are not in the right job you dreamed of being into.

Reasons Why You are Not Getting Job in Software Testing

Be honest and think of the below-mentioned points.

What mistake did you make until now? You probably, might get the answer – Why couldn’t you crack any Software Testing Interviews yet!!

What might be the Reasons?

#1) You might have a badly formatted resume. No one cares to read it. You don’t even think of changing it.

#2) You don’t have the passion for testing. You just run behind a software testing job just like others do. You are looking for a Software Testing job just for the sake of being employed somewhere.

#3) You don’t read the job details carefully before applying. You don’t mind whether it suits your profile or not.

#4) You don’t have a strong and VALID reason for the question – Why do you want to join/switch to the Software Testing field?

#5) You have not spent some time in doing a few homework on the job openings about the company, required skills, experience, etc.

#6) You are faking the software testing experience.

#7) You pretend to have all the Testing Skills.

#8 ) You think “Testing is an easy-to-do task” and “Anyone can do testing”.

#9) You think no training is required to work in the software testing field and you will learn all when you are on board.

#10) You don’t have any practical examples to explain and support your answers.

Plus one more reason why you are still away from making a Career in Software Testing is because you are from the non-IT background and you now want to switch to software testing, but you don’t have the skills required for software testing jobs and you don’t even care to know what is STLC and SDLC.

Oh! Too many “You’s” here. Why? because you are the only person responsible for your career. No one can deny you the job in software testing without any reason. Find out what the actual reason is? After all, the employer will always select the best fit for their positions. Just think – how you can be that best fit for them!

Remember, you won’t get any job without doing any hard work.

If you can think of some other reasons for not getting a job in software testing and quality assurance, then please share it with us. We would be happy to discuss this.

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209 thoughts on “10 Reasons Why You are Not Getting Job in Software Testing”

  1. hi all, i’m an 2017 passed out firstly i i did java course but im not so efficient on coding..blindly i joined and i suffed a lot to learn but still idid’nt got job ..so,now thinking to learn QA automation testing can any one help me with suggestion .

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  2. For QA Automation testing you should know any one programing language like (Python, Advance Java…….) then only you able to learn Automation testing.

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  3. hi i have done B.E.Mechanical in 2016. now I have 3+ years experience in Core mechaical field but i want to do job in IT Field. so i want to do software testing course for Economical growth. i m dam confused to do or not do plz suugest me on my mail id baviskarakshay94@gmail.com

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  4. I’m trying to go from IT Helpdesk to Manual QA. I am ASTQB certified and have yet to get a job as a manual tester. Whenever I apply for a position I either never get a call back or I get a “Dear John” letter stating that my skills are not what they are looking for. How would I get an employer to at least give me an interview for a manual testing role?

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  5. I have completed my computer engineering degree in 2014.Due to some reason I couldn’t worked in my domain.Now I want start my career in this field.How will I get the job in software testing without experience after 8 years gap ?& Is it possible to get a job as manual tester?

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