What is a job for a 21 year old (almost 22) with no job experience?

I'm a black female. I do not want to be a cashier because I'm not good with money and I do not want to work at a fast food place; like McDonald's or Wendy's. I filled out applications to be a host/hostess, server or receptionist/administrative assistant and my qualifications are not up to part. Is there any other jobs besides sales/retail?

Asked By: Faith - 8/5/2010
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Sure--there are hundreds, but most require qualifications typically gained through special education. Is there a community college near you? If so, drop by and take a look at the programs they offer, which can range from auto repair to hair dressing. Many schools also provide free career testing and counseling... More
Answered By: DON W - 8/5/2010
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You can go to and look for a job you might like thats near your area.
Answered By: xXJColes109Xx - 8/5/2010
Sorry to bear "bad news", but w/o any experience, you will have to settle for any job you can find, which is not easy due to many millions of people being out of work.............this means that for every job opening, there will be about 100 applicants, so you may have to work somewhere you don't like just to get a... More
Answered By: Happy Gramps - 8/5/2010
you could try walking and cleaning people's pets like dogs and whatnot. You could also get a job in the cinema halls where you direct people to their seats and change movie reels (i dont know what that job is called)
Answered By: Bugs Bunny - 8/5/2010
In order to gain experience and like the other pollster stated, take courses at a local community college or a vocational/technical school in which you can obtain some skills in software applications or other trades that can enhance your outlook in the job market and as well build you a resume... More
Answered By: Larry L - 8/5/2010
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