I went to a job fair today for one of the hospitals. It started from 8 am to 2 pm. I worked today but my boss allowed me to leave early at 12:30 pm. I got there by 1 o'clock and there was still applicants waiting in line. I had to fill out a card that asked all the general questions. It asked my name, what I was applying for, and how much experience I had. Thirty minutes went by and there were staffs from the hospital going to the basket where the cards were. I could hear them talking to each other that this will take a few hours. I was thinking in my head that I was going to definitely be there all day. Then there was this lady who took all the cards and walked around asking who has not been interviewed. I raised my hand, she asked my name. Once I gave her my name, she looked through the cards looking for mine. She finally found mine and she said, " you don't have experience?" She started to laugh. I really wanted to say something, I had to bite my tongue. I thought that was absolutely rude. She asked me to follow her and walked me to a room of other people. Other people getting interviewed. She pointed to go to "Sandi." Sandi asked me a few questions, which I felt like she liked my answers. But towards the end, she told me that they had a lot of candidates that already applied. So what does this mean? Does this mean I've wasted my time here and they were just being nice to me? I understand that I don't have experience. Don't we all have to start some where? I didn't appreciate that I got laughed at for not having experience. Is this the battle of trying to get a job in the medical field?