Should I apply for a job everywhere or just places where I know are hiring?
Ok so I am planning on going to the mall tomorrow to apply for a few jobs and put resumes in. There are a couple of places I know of that are for sure hiring but would it be okay to even apply anywhere else that I would like to work even if they have not advertised to hire? Or would that just be a waste of time? What about restaurants? I'd like either a hostess job or a sales associate job
Asked By: xxoSummer - 10/26/2010
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Stop in all stores - even if they are not hiring, ask for an application, fill it out and ask for the manager (get a few minutes of face time). When they do hire, they will have thew application and hopefully the manager will remember you... More
Answered By: Steve D - 10/26/2010
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Even if they aren't advertising that they are hiring they still might be hiring. Just go into the places you think you may want to work and ask if they are hiring, if not say okay thank you and leave. Same with restaurants...
Answered By: Blankenship - 10/26/2010
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