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What job do you have? What kind of education is required for your job? Did you get on the job training, or did you learn your trade in college, or vocational school? Did you have to go through a team interview to get your job or was it just a one on one interview? Lastly (and I don't need a number unless you'd like to tell me.) is your job worth the pay?

Asked By: Daughter of King Jesus - 3/28/2010
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I work at a newspaper as a prepress technician. I got on the job training on the computer sysytems and the different machines we use to produce a daily news paper. The interview was one on one. The education needed was just a high school graduate but if I had college the pay would have been more. I started out at $10... More
Answered By: Yobnoj - 3/28/2010
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Receptionist at a housing authority.. High school diploma is needed.. Yes a job interview was done, after passing the civil service test.
Answered By: Deb R - 3/28/2010
 
i wipe a$$, no degree needed BUT certification is required by law, just two interviews and no the job is not worth the pay and as a nurse i will take a huge pay cut for the amount of work i will have to do-i am a student nurse working on obtaining my bsn
Answered By: Marvy Girl - 3/28/2010
 
small engine mechanic, you don't really need one, yes, no, yea for now.
Answered By: sean243 - 3/28/2010
 
I have two jobs. I work for the Department of Human services. I had to get a bachelors degree to do so. I got 6 months of on the job training after my 4 years in college. I went through 1 team interview (7 people) the first interview I had and didn't get the job and 2nd interview- when I was hired- was 2 people. This... More
Answered By: TabN - 3/28/2010
 
What job do you have? I'm a firefighter/Paramedic... More
Answered By: Anthony D - 3/28/2010
 
What job do you have? I'm a Teacher (2nd Grade... More
Answered By: ♥The Forgotten Angel♥ - 3/28/2010
 
High School (9th grade) English Teacher... More
Answered By: BK - 3/28/2010
 
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