Seems like the most straightforward way to find a job these days is by searching for it online. Can you recommend some useful tips for a successful online job search?
I really want to change my career in being an accounting clerk to a Call service representative . Please give me useful information or tips about this job.
I'm a teen in high school & I've been searching for jobs for quite a while . I have little to no experience & online job hunting isn't getting me anywhere , but anytime I go in to a store they tell me to go online for applications , I just need tips on how to get call backs ,interviews . Thank you for your help .
I once was told about a website that has all the jobs possible and all kinds of information about it like its requirements and the pay. I forget what the website is and im trying to find information about a specific job.
The job is for event planning. but it certainly doesn't has to be about event planning. bascially i need websites that tell you job descriptions on various jobs.
I have applied for jobs every week and I get interviews with small companies, but no offers. I am not getting any younger. I already have a degree and I do not have any money to go back to school and I have a family. What would disquality you?
I am a high school graduate and am in search of a job ASAP. I have gone to many places but have had no luck so I was wondering if anyone in the Bronx or Manhattan area had any tips on jobs listings that can hire me. I would also be very interested in volunteering at soup kitchens and helping in community volunteer projects for experience for a resume.
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I just graduated college with an English degree, and have been looking for a job. I currently work retail, but they won't give me full time, and I would like to get a higher paying job anyway. I need a job with decent pay and health insurance. Does anyone have any tips on job searching?
I currently do Help Desk support, we provide support for several companies as contracted support staff. Mostly password resets, VPN troubleshooting, and typical untrained employee issues...etc. I have 2 associates in IT sys administration and networking, as well as 2 certifications, but there's little room for advancement. There's only 3-4 level 2 analysts and about a handful of actual technicians(who actually setup, repair, and configure systems). I'm relatively new and there's plenty of others who have been there longer. It's not a small company either but I know some pretty smart guys on the team and they're still level 1 help desk employees after 5-6 years.
Anyways, I know this is kind of a typical entry-level position and I'm fine with that but I think the pay could be a bit better, what's the general next step in an IT career path? How long should I stay there in order to establish a solid career related work history? 2 years? 4 years?
I'm more of a hands on guy, I don't mind dealing with customers but my passion is getting something to work, not helping someone reset their expired password. What kind of opportunities should I look for as far as job searching?
Any other tips?
I have a job interview soon, been out of workforce for awhile, yet I really need this job. How do express interest with out seeming desperate. What was your trick to landing your perfect job?
Well I turn 16 in July and I am looking for ways to get a job. Tips on what kinda job for my age would be useful. I really want to stop relying on my mom to buy me stuff. Any advice welcome.
I would appreciate any and all tips that I can get for house cleaning...*BUT* with one little twist. I am in a wheelchair. Can anybody help now?
Are there any real job sites or work from home places for people with disabilities.I have Multiple Sclerosis and I lost my job and I really need something.Thanks
All my life I wanted to be a surgeon, but lately I've been losing interest in it. I actually started growing in interest in History and International Relations, but I'm not too sure what kind of jobs there are. Also, I don't want to switch so quickly from something I've been so sure about all my life to something I just recently started becoming interested in. So far I'm planning on just getting a minor in International Relations and being a surgeon, but I don't want to waste 8 years doing something I'm not completely happy with. Help?
Im looking for jobs in Singapore.Currently Im working in India in IT sector.I tried applying for jobs online for the past 2months,but still I haven't received any call .What is the best way to apply for companies in Singapore.
Please provide the list of trusted Overseas placement consultancies that handle placement for Singapore based companies. Please advice
I need consultancies that are providing assistance in getting a job in Singapore.i.e arranging for interview,visa guidance.Please provide this details
Preferably for people who are from the US.
I am trying to help my parents with our potential move to London. Are there any American businesses in London with vacancies that you know of?
Also can you give me some tips for Americans wanting to move to London?
I am applying for teaching jobs in several districts in Ohio and I want to know how I can make myself stand out so I get an interview. Most of my applications are done online but some are written.
I'm a 14 year old boy and i want to dye only the tips of my bangs red. I have short, black hair that barely reaches my eyebrows though, so how would i do this? I want a kind of blood red color on the tips of the bangs. Any ideas?
After getting the necessary degree.....
what are some good tips on how to market yourself appropriately to get colleges to hire you?
I graduated with a degree in sociology and have no idea what to do with it! I keep finding these jobs in social work that require a master's degree, and I don't know how to get my foot in the door! Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm not really sure what I want to do, but I know that I DO NOT want to be in any type of customer service or anything like that. I've had experience with that and it's not for me. I think I want to be a family counselor, but I have no idea how to go about doing this. What can you do with a degree in sociology? I know it's a broad area, but everything I've seen requires a specific degree.