What type of volunteer work looks good when applying for a job?
I'm 19 and I've applied for jobs but none have accepted me because I have no work experience. I have volunteered but I guess it wasn't enough. So now I'm going to start volunteering again but what type of volunteer work should I do so it looks good on my resume so I can get a job? Also how much volunteer work should I do for it to be enough?
Asked By: James Franco is my lover - 11/17/2010
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First congratulations on not giving up and on looking for practical answers to finding a good job. The volunteer work that is most likely to get you hired somewhere is work that demonstrates that you are responsible and reliable and is as close as possible to the work you want to get a job doing. For ex if you want... More
Answered By: A F - 11/17/2010
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You should volunteer somewhere that includes customer service. I know that a lot of places want customer service experience. A good place to volunteer would be at a hospital at the front doors, you could help people find where they are going or point them in the right direction. You could also volunteer by answering... More
Answered By: JK - 11/17/2010
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