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I have been looking for a job online,in the city and nothing has come up. What else is there to do?Need a job?

Asked By: platniumtasha - 1/16/2008
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I spent several years managing a restaurant, and I rarely advertised our job openings because then much of my valuable time would be wasted answering the phone, talking to applicants who walked in, etc... More
Answered By: Lisa - 1/16/2008
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check local newspaper
Answered By: Sweety - 1/16/2008
 
come to las vegas..that's what everybody else does.
Answered By: bill l - 1/16/2008
 
Start a cleaning service of your own and become and entrepreneur. Jobs build character and can earn you peanuts, but are dull and dead-end beyond that.
Answered By: Joe C - 1/16/2008
 
www.bikker.gknu.com
Answered By: Love YOU!! - 1/16/2008
 
check monster.com, a local newspaper, even craigslist.com has a lot of job postings.
Answered By: econn - 1/16/2008
 
check a NEARBY city.
Answered By: ldvwright - 1/16/2008
 
Look in the newspapers - As you can still get information from pages..And not the web only!! haahaa nowadays that becomes so easy to forget...
Answered By: Loz - 1/16/2008
 
I don't know where you live, bu tin the Northeast US, there are 'help wanted' signs everywhere.
Answered By: JeffyB - 1/16/2008
 
When we moved into our current town, I went to a temp agency. I tested, interviewed and was hired by my current firm all in one day! Best wishes!
Answered By: PiNkY - 1/16/2008
 
did you check craigslist?
Answered By: Epiphany - 1/16/2008
 
try internet marketing and make some extra cash while you're looking for a job: http://www.wealthyaffiliate.com/?a_aid=SFvEA95j
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Answered By: Vica - 1/16/2008
 
Well, w***************e and what kind of job are you looking for?
Answered By: chicpower - 1/16/2008
 
try the nespaper, or any job agencies that are in your area. i had to sign up with 4 agencies before something came through, but they help out ALOT. i had to take a bunch of tests and stuff (typing, data entry, stuff like that), but the last place i went to (AppleOne) found me a job in 3 days, and that was 5 months ago... More
Answered By: jettachef86 - 1/16/2008
 
If you live in a major metro area a good resource is the library. Tell the librarian you are doing a job search and need to look for the latest postings in your field.
Answered By: Dave S - 1/16/2008
 
Phone book - call around to business's and ask if they are hiring. Ask all of your friends. Fax Resumes -- -Call and confirm they received resume. Newspaper Walk-Ins Hopefully, these ideas will help you.
Answered By: amber_a_a - 1/16/2008
 
pray and request pray on-line. it worked for me, if Jesus can do it for me he will do it for you, amen.
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Answered By: jilley - 1/16/2008
 
Go to Craigslist.org
Answered By: elslauren - 1/16/2008
 
If you have computer or language skills, you can work from home on your own terms and schedule, and generally making more money than a regular job... More
Answered By: omarchavezmcse - 1/16/2008
 
I've used GetAFreelancer, like that guy suggested. It's pretty good. You need to stick with it though and mass apply for tons of things before you'll get work. Also, having clips of your work is an absolute must!
Answered By: lexusmorgana - 1/16/2008
 
try the outside of the city. try newspaper friends family talk to business and tell them that you really need a job. Unemployment angency. just do not drop off an application and forget about it call and check up after a week or so and drop off anthor one also and the same place show interest in jobs that you are... More
Answered By: knowssignlanguage - 1/16/2008
 
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Answered By: perfectdeception - 1/19/2008
 
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