Clerk typist job, or data entry, within the Bristol, Connecticut area, including Plainville, Farmington, or southington, connecticut.
I've been looking for this kind of job for months now. I just end up on websites asking for payment for subscriptions, for their programs, letting me buy something first and more. I need a job who pays for my services and not me paying them. I need some earnings and not adding more to thier earnings. Please help me! Thanx!
Is their anyone out their that work for a company that has clerk typist and that they are hiring, and are in the chicago area. if so can you please let me know. because i getting ready to graduate in june i need to get a job like this one. thank you.
Clerk, typist-clerk. What is your experience with these jobs? What other jobs can I consider? I only have a BA in Liberal Studies and a teaching credential. I want an office job now, something that lets me work a set time without bringing the work home. But how are office jobs like? Im very good at organizing. Do I have to get another BA in Business Administration? I just want a quiet office job that pays at least $2000 a month.
I've applied to these jobs so many times. I don't have any experience so I haven't had any interviews. So how did you start out with these jobs? did you do volunteer work in a office? or take classes to learn these computer software programs?
If so, what were they producing?
If not, what did the middle class have as jobs in the late 1800's?
Can you find any pictures online?
What are some office or desk jobs that don't required that many years of school?
I have that women became extremely important in the US, taking the jobs of the men in the factories and providing weapons for the troops, 'Dear John' letters became big because women didn't need financial support of men. Also that on the home front there was no quietness or boredom, people were constantly working. Whereas on the front line there were often times of boredom, waiting around, etc. that were suddenly interrupted by attacks. What are some other differences?
Not the kind you work from home though. I mean the kind you go to a place of employment. What kind of training/school do you need? I don't really understand what the job is like and what you're exactly doing, so can you please explain what you do at your job? Also is it a good job for quiet introverted people?
What kind of jobs were there and how were they known? Also what were the lower paying jobs?
Also what did they do for fun in there freetime
I have an Associate's in Office Management and I've been searching for jobs like:
What other jobs am I qualified for to increase my changes of employment?
My skills and abilities:
I'm familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook,
I'm a certified typist
I have excellent communication skills
I have excellent writing skills
Please no negative answers.
Im doing a assignment i want to know how there lives were, what clothing, there jobs and there rights.
I am 19 years old and I consistently type at about 90 - 95 words per minute ( the average of countless online typing tests that I have taken ). With more practice I will probably break the 100 WPM barrier in a few weeks. Are there any decent - paying jobs available for my particular skill set ?
I am interested in joining the military and have reserched all kinds of careers but im not sure which one is best for me. i was esespecially interested in pararescue, green berets, and anything that has to do with skydiving .If you have any suggestions please answer.
I'm interested in work that doesn't require a lot of heavy lifting or trade skills. I'm reasonable intelligent and I would like a job that makes me think.
I tried to look for women's jobs in this time period first. If I found what they used in their jobs I could find what inventions helped. But, I can't find what their jobs were. Please help???
I just started working at one this week, as a clerk typist. But this title doesn't tell you that I could also be put at the front desk. If put there, I will sometimes deal with angry customers who will curse at me and threaten me. I'm a shy person so I doubt that this aspect of the job is for me. I want to give the job a chance and I really believe in the mission this state agency but I was in tears a moment ago just thinking about it all.
Anyone out there like this kind of work? How do you deal with the customers? If you are not an employee at a welfare office, I'd still like to know how you would handle yourself.
Need to know ASAP! Thanks! Please site sources!
Just graduated from high school, and taking a break..
Although they say things go in cycles, you also see an accelerating rate of change of progression these days.
Has the recession just sliced off jobs that never should have existed in the first place, meaning that we will continue to see a shortage into the far future?