How do I Start over and get a new job?
well lets see.. I worked some fast food and cashier jobs when I was a teenager living at home. Then after I turned 18 I got a job at a sewing factory (wasn't for me) cuz I only lasted 3 months. So I went to another factory and worked there for about 4 years until after I got married and had 2 children. My oldest is in school and my youngest is still at home. But this setting at home making no money is getting old. So I am looking to go back to work but I really don't wanna go back to doing any of other the jobs I have already done. I would like to work in an office or something of the sort. I would like to work morning to around 5'ish. I only have a high school diploma. So would I need to go to college or is there any jobs like the ones I mentioned that only require a high school diploma?
Asked By: Just Me - 1/8/2007
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Here's what I would do work on any office skills that you lack knowledge of. For instance: Microsoft word, Excel, Power point and maybe brush up the old resume and cover letter... More
Answered By: Michael W - 1/8/2007
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You might consider starting off in a temp. service - they have a good success rate in job placement, and can evaluate your skills and match them with what's in demand in your area. It will also give you some contacts to use for references on a resume. You can tell them what hours you have avail., and they can try and... More
Answered By: Deedee - 1/8/2007
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