How to go from a warehouse to an office?
My husband was laid off from his job in a warehouse after a long time. Instead of going back to it, he'd like to work in a office environment. His background includes working on cars and stuff like that as well - I'm not sure how to word his resume to get him in the door. I'm not sure either what sort of jobs he should look for. He does have computer skills by the way. Any ideas?
Asked By: Stella - 8/2/2007
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Answered By: Abel - 8/2/2007
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Maybe he could work at a car dealership somehow. In the maintenance department.
Answered By: Max B - 8/2/2007
well office jobs is nice with ac if they have. you need to know computers software such as ms office- thats just to get data entry jobs. other office jobs, accountant which requires a college degree. other office jobs programmers.
Answered By: bullet b - 8/2/2007
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