I am currently trying to job hunt and am interested in a financial counseling position with a non-profit compant. I DO NOT want to work for a credit card company...only non-profits! I am having a horrible time finding any jobs that are anything close to what I want to do. I am using Monster and Yahoo Hotjobs and can't find a thing. Anyone have any search tips for this career or any other sites that could help me? Thanks!! And btw, I will be an AFC (an Accredited Financial Counselor) soon so I have more than the needed experience and credentials.
I need help thinking of a summer job. Doe anyone know of something that's a really good position to have for the summer? not lifeguard!! i was thinking about something along the lines of hostess. something good for someone that's friendly, outgoing, etc. no manual labor.
any specific companies? whom won't be annoyed when i leave in the fall? or that i could transfer, because i will be moving in the fall. any good application tips/ job search engines?
Im having trouble landing a job. dont know where and how to look for one. job searching tips would be great.. thanks.
I saw a job search advice tips article an one of the things it warned about was that you can't really effectively search for work online all the time. IT seems however, that all of the job listings are online. How do I go about finding ones available without being stuck behind my computer?
I need something slightly more detailed than white pages such as employer or career. I am trying to recruit people from a company that closed down. I am having a lot of problems finding numbers for these people other than their disconnected work numbers. If anyone can help or even give some search tips that would be greatly appreciated. I am not trying to hassle these people, I am trying to offer them a job so it is not a telemarketing scheme or anything, I promise!!!
I left school last year at 16 then in September attended a college course but decided it wasn't for me. Any tips on searching for jobs? If nothing comes up i am considering going back to school.
I live in a relatively small city and I've been searching for a job for some time. Since I'm going to college, I'd like a part time one rather than full time. I would also say I'm qualified for a variety of jobs as I am Bilingual, have a 3.7 college GPA, and I've previously worked retail before. I haven't had luck lately and I need some more help for finding a job quick for my expenses! Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
I've been having a really hard time getting jobs and i've done many applications however i haven't received a call yet. I also never held a job before so this would be my first. How long would i have to wait to hear a respond? Also Does anyone have any tips for me?
The jobs i've been applying in are mainly in the clothing stores, since it deals with somewhat of a design and art.
I am looking for a job in the IT industry. I have a relevant 4 year degree and about 1 year relevant experience. I have had trouble with finding jobs in the past, although I have landed a fair amount of interviews. I have a few questions.
What are your best tips for job searching?
Any good resume'/cover letter/references tips?
How do you feel about following up on a resume'?
What are your best tips for interviews?
What about following up on interviews?
Thanks in advance for your input.
Hello I'm a student, I'm 19, I live in the UK in London currently at university. I know summer is ages away but last year i found it really hard to get a summer job and i thought this year i want to get it in early! I was wondering if anyone has any tips, ideas even jobs! It would be a great help i've already done your average google search but it isn't much help! Thank you anything will help :)
Erm any real jobs or ones in the uk please?
My dad says ideally, as per the norm today, one should ask for 30?ore than the pay in previous job. I wouldn't like to manipulate with my new employer. So, is the 30?ncrease an accepted approach? What would you say? I tried searching for tips on the net but it all looks complex. Thanks a lot.
What are some good websites to use when searching for employment? I am a recent college grad, so I am looking for entry-level employment. The more and the best quality websites you list, the better. Also, if you can provide any job-searching or interview tips, that would be helpful too.
I work for myself teaching first aid courses since illness forced me to quit my last job but I'm having trouble making ends meet and I don't have much of a budget for advertising. I do have a simple website but it's not very high on the listings when I do a Google search. Any tips on how to get it onto the first page/near the top? Many thanks
When applying for jobs online, how can you make yourself more noticeable? I must have sent out at least 50+ applications, and I never seem to get a response. Am I supposed to call companies a few days after sending my cover letter/resume? Any help would be appreciated.
I created a new site SearchXilla.com which has a number of sites which post jobs, since i was tired of going to every site and sign up and then search for jobs.
Any tips on how I can improve it so that it can be useful to others to search fo jobs?
I've been searching for jobs and am convinced there aren't any in the area. I'm considering web cam modeling and would like to know from someone whose done if they know any safe, reliable sites for men. For bonus points: I'm very feminine looking and often crossdress. A site that openly promotes that sort of thing would be awesome. Thanks again in advance!
Although i am still young, i would like to do greater things with my life. i would like to know what training is necessary to become a member of either local, state, or federal search and rescue teams? where can i get this training? and what are the prerequisites? and what type of job can i get? i have already had extensive safety and emergency response training, so i doubt the course would be too difficult, but is there anyone who is a current or previous member that can tell of your experiences, tips for the job, and possible carreer fields?
Hi! Im looking into relocating with my husband and son to either Oahu or Big Island. We dont have jobs yet, although I been sending resumes. I have seen that most of the jobs are in Oahu, but the cheapest rent is in Big Island. Personally I would like Big Island, but the jobs are not as much as Oahu. I am putting on my resumes that I dont need relocation assistance, but still I think that becuase they see that I am from the mainland, they dont actually respond. I have two or three that have told me just this. I am a professional, and I know that I woul have no problem finding a job, once I am there; but my questions are: any tips on where is the most affordable places to live in Oahu and Big Island for a 2 bedroom? Any tips on jobs? Anybody knows assistance programs that help people that has just arrived? Any other helpful tips?
As others already reply, I am not just a "dreamer" looking for paradise. I was born and raise in Puerto Rico ( an island in the Caribbean) for 20 something years. So I know all to well the island life. I have been living in the mainland for some time now and I want to go back to my roots, I am searching for something similar to my homeland, and that place is Hawaii. As for work I have a Masters in Accounting and HR and I have 4+ years experience in the hotel industry becuase I work in many hotels in Puerto Rico. So as anybody can see, I will have no problem in hawaii.
I just graduated from college (political science) and I'm planning on moving to LA next month to look for work so that I can ultimately go to law school out there. I'll be living with my cousin in the marina del Ray, Venice area for the an entire month, how much money should I have saved up? And any job searching tips??
I am constantly searching for a job, preferably one with working with the Deaf, because I hope I can become an interpreter/teacher for the Deaf. I would want a job closer to Northern Virginia (Woodbridge) not anywhere too far such as Washington D.C. or Richmond. Thanks for any help!