If you think you have enough skills and abilities to do a certain job, such as say an office receptionist/clerical support job, but have no or very little employment history in this area (or no or very little employment history in general!) is it possible you can get the job if they will pay you DOE--and does DOE always mean above minimum wage or can it be below minimum wage too? In WA the minimum wage is $8.55 and a lot of office jobs pay $10/hr.
I have seen countless ads for 'work from home' jobs that claim you'll be earning thousands of dollars per month, but when I look into them, I see that they require me to give THEM a couple hundred dollars before I even start! Something about 'the cost of start-up materials' or something...? I don't have any money to risk like that, but need to work from home while I care for my elderly grandmother. I have a marketing degree and am very comfortable with the Internet and Microsoft Office. I can type 83WPM too, so any sort of data entry/clerical/support specialist job would be perfect. If it matters, I live on the Jersey Shore. Any suggestions?
And no, I'm not kidding. Most of the work-from-home jobs listed on Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com, and craigslist.org ALL require an investment up front. Thanks.
I have over 5 years clerical support experience. I know not every company is submitting job positions to monster, yahoo jobs and ETC. There are several businesses near my home. How to do submit my resume to smaller companies close to home. Is it appropriate to call and ask if they are hiring for anything clerical? Do I walk them in? Call and get the hr email address? Call and ask for fax number?
I'm an experienced personal assistant looking for a part-time job. I can help with setting appointments, running errands, screening incoming calls and messages, assigning tasks to other junior employees, as well as performing some administrative and clerical support duties.
I have a Bachelor's degree in anthropology but I'm interested in jumping into the health care field, specifically in an administrative support capacity. I already have several years of work experience dealing with clerical duties and records management, but all the jobs I've come across in health care settings demand that applicants know medical terminology/general health care knowledge. I'm looking at associate degree programs in Health Information Technology, but I don't want to spend another two years (and a lot more money) in school if I already qualify for entry-level jobs.
Any advice would be really helpful.
I was just thinking about getting a job working at an adoption agency but I don't even know what types of jobs are offered at one. Anyone else know?
I haven't been able to find a job in my area of study since I graduated in 2010. Instead I've been stuck working for housekeeping in a hospital. What can I do to branch out?
Need to make comparable salary and benefits without going back to school. On the job training would be okay. Let's say for purposes of the question I don't have any other work experience.
Preferably along the lines of clerical jobs, but not limited to that at all.
I am currently studying in sixth-form but would really like to get a part time office job, although of course I have no experience so it is difficult. But I do have really good GCSE qualifications.
I am an the only FHA/VA underwriter for my company. I doubled our loan volume in the last month to $7M singlhandedly( the last underwiter was terminated and I was laterally moved into the position) but when i asked for clerical support it was refused. My supervisor has no clue of what my job entails and is never satified. I cant continue at this pace without help or w/o sacrificing accuracy.. I am at the point that I want to be fired so I can collect. My morale is so low, I never got any positive feedback. I am a good underwriter and a hard worker. What should I do?
thanks to all but my supervisors supervisor refuses to talk to me andHR is superrvised by my immediate superior so I am f**ked basically I did my best and thats all I can take away from the situatiom I wish I could say I wish them well but truth is I wish karma on them nothing more or less
I have an associates degree in office information systems, which I think is basically the same as computer information technology. I'm continuing my education to get a bachelors in either management or communications, but in the meantime, I'd like to get a part-time job, utilizing my associates degree. Having that degree, I'm sure that I am qualified for almost any clerical position, but I was just wondering if anyone else had the same degree, and where they are working. Or if they know of any other types of jobs that "go" with a degree in office information systems. Thanks!
I once obtained a position at a hospital without a cover letter and received a call back from a hospital about a job that I did not take. One job was clerical support the other job was nursing assistant.
I would like to know if hopsitals look for resume cover letters for manager roles? Especially when applying for like 6 jobs at at time. Thats a lot of cover letters. Please help. Any advice on what they expect?
I am doing a research paper on men in administrative jobs but have hit a dead end. Any help is appreciated, My paper is on why men do not choose to be in administrative positions.
I am considering changing my major to international studies, and within that major having a geographic emphasis area on Russia, East European, and Eurasian Studies. What could one do with this major? My grandpa always told me i should be a foreign diplomat, but also not quite sure what that job entails. If you have any suggestions, or if you have taken this route in college yourself, any advice would be appreciated.
Yes, the focus would be Russia, and learning the language goes along with it.
But due to certain circumstances, I have been offered an interview for this type of job, for the government. I was just wondering what the interview would consist of if anyone knows?
It says, I have to carry out a typing exercise as part of the interview and that's it. I can type 65/70 per minute from my time at uni typing 4000 word essays last minute so that is no probs.
Currently I'm attending college and trying do earn my AS in pilot training, but its rather expensive and I found out I'm a couple of classes away from being able to receive my airport management certification. So I guess my main question would be, will that aid me in finding a new job at an airport?
I just completed my first year of college at the University of New Hampshire as a Wildlife Biology student. I am strongly considering taking a year off school for multiple reasons, but I don't want to stay at home working the same job for an entire year. I am hoping to find some internship opportunities that are focused on wildlife biology or environmental science. Any suggestions on where to start looking?
And just what do they do these days ? do they hold good jobs, earn good money , live well ?
I'm a 21 yr old single mother working and going to school full time. I've been changing my mind about careers a lot but I've always wanted to go into real estate. My questions are:
Am I too young to pursue this career?
What kind of classes/schooling will I have to take?
Can I support myself and my son with this job?
Thanks so much!