Is it difficult to find a job in Manhattan?
Please help me with tips or advice on getting a job in the City of New York! As a Driver, Bouncer or Bartender. Even if it is unrelated to the above. I would like to find something.
Asked By: InfoSeeker! - 1/16/2007
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No it is not hard to find a job in Manhattan. My company allows you to stay at home and live how you want to live. My wife started for them first and as I started seeing results I quit my job and started helping her full time. Allowing both of us to stay home with our three children. My company offers free benefits... More
Answered By: jadebearranch - 1/16/2007
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No, there are plenty more job opportunities in "the city" than any where else. You're bound to meet competition, but compared to openings you're more than likely to find a job in no time.
Answered By: gailageday - 1/16/2007
You could search and apply for jobs on job websites like Hotjobs,Monster, Careerbuilder and Craigslist. You could also search for jobs on websites like Simply Hired and Indeed. More information at http://tinyurl.com/emdyn
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