How do I find a job, I have never had one and I am 19?
What are some places that would actually hire me, someone with no serious work experience with only a GED?
Asked By: Aullie - 8/10/2010
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You can go to a place like McDonald's or Wendy's . You can also try Aldi's Wagreen's Jewel etc. You can also try going to places like Payless shoe source.
Answered By: Roxie - 8/10/2010
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Any restaurant will hire you, start there, then look bigger, if you have a job other places will hire you, customer service, etc. Make sure you ask to talk to a manager when you turn in your application, a little thing that will make a big difference. Do you plan on going to college? Also a good thing to mention if... More
Answered By: Charles - 8/10/2010
well your effort should be on building a resume which is job history BUT you don't have one so start a resume with highlights of your other successes. It can be school achievements, after school activities, hobbies, whatever. But you want to have something on paper to sell your skills. Spend some time on perfecting... More
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