I've been asked to attend an interview for a christmas temp job at Royal Mail. If anyone here knows, what will actually happen? When I booked my slot it says it's 2 hours long! How many things are they going to ask me in that time? I would be a manual data entry keyer so would I have to do a typing test or something? Not that that worries me, I can type at about 80wpm.
I plan to semi-retire in about 5 years and leave Utah. Don't care for it here. I know I won't be able to find a "real" job at the age of 62 but I am thinking of becoming a professional temp. I have a college degree in broadcast journalism (which I've never used). I have worked as a receptionist, word processor, data entry keyer and I've done some warehouse work and have worked in a cafeteria. Beyond my college degree I have studied office computers and medical terminology. Besides office work what else could a semi-retiree with a useless BA degree do? Should I take some classes to update my computer skills? Or is that not needed.
Work from home jobs that really pay and they do not require a fee for subscription. Like Travel agents or data entry? Does anyone is working on a work from home job?
I was always told that an associate's degree is equivalant to a high school diploma. and usually diplomas cant get you any good paying occupations. i am too lazy to study and get a bachelor's degree from college, i dont even know what major i want to do. when i look through the newspaper ad, many jobs require at least an associates degree and couple years of experience. i dont have experience or anything, i dont know where to start. can someone tell me what kind of job i can get with an associate degree with no experience? and what is the pay for each.
I've applied for a christmas temp job as a manual data entry keyer. If there's anyone here who's had that job, what's it like? Do you know when it would start and how much I'd be paid per hour? I'm 18 and looking for my first job.
Is this profession concerned with typing alone or does it need you to interact with customers? i ask this for my deaf and dumb friend.
I had an "interview" at royal mail today for a job as a data entry keyer, and I passed the aptitude test with 90?ccuracy. I had to fill out a load of forms giving them my national insurance number, bank details and such. Does this mean that they have accepted me? I'm not sure what happens next.
I would like to work at home as a data entry keyer. I have no income right now and am in need of money coming in. Does anyone know of a company or where find a job like this without paying someone to work? Please don't give me any dead end answers or websites. Thanks
I'm working with a job placement and training center that helps people with disabilities. The center is helping find job leads in data entry key er. The ones we found so far is in the suburbs or downtown. I had got some job leads on Wednesday from the center when i went for a meeting to see if we can find something not to far from my house like a bus or 2 or maybe the train. I could take the train to the one downtown that's by my house straight there. Then there's one on Cicero and Berwyn well near Berwyn it's a suburb. Does anyone know of places i could look at for a job lead well the center could look at it for me for data entry / office / filing? What other places are there for data entry / office / filling?
Thanks for your time!
I don't want to work from home. I want to work in an actually office siting.
Okay, here it is. I was a second shift janitor, for 15 years (and my clients said I was very good at the job). Now the problem. Due to being diagnosed with Chronic Asthma, my lung cannot take chemical fumes, any-longer. If I go back into janitor work, it will mean more hospital visits, or worse. I am, fairly good, with the basic use of computers, but I dont know Cobol from Excel, PowerPoint, etc. I am trying to get out of manual labor, and move into work, which will not cause breathing problems. My job coaches, and I have spent most of the past year trying to think of the names that companies use for workers, who perform data entry, for them. I have tried Data Input Operator, Data Entry Keyer, and several others. The problem is that, no matter which term I use, even on search sites, like Monster, and Yahoo HotJobs, all I get are referrals to become a "Work-from-Home" person. What am I doing wrong? What search terms should I use, for a person who needs to change careers, yet they dont know what words, phrases, and sites, to use, for this career change. Any suggestions????
Does somebody know about the DATA-ENTRY HOME-KEYERS???
Is it a good job??... are there companies whose offers you good jobs??....are they serious?? somebody has any experience or working on that right now???
Please, i need some advice..because i want to make some extra money... thanks!!!
I'm 19, with a pretty short resume. I'm just looking to improve it a little, as I did this myself as well as I could. Names, numbers, and addresses were obviously omitted.
If I want them to call my cell instead of my home, as I live between my dad and mom (mom's info is on the resume), should I just keep out my home number?
I also dropped out of college (planning on a tech school next year) without any credits gained. Take that off?
City, State Zipcode
Home: Home #
Cell: Cell #
Email: Email Address
Company: Hasslefree Assemblers (Company #)
06/2007 to 08/2008
Supervisor: Supervisor Name (Cell: Cell #) [President of Hasslefree Assemblers]
Job Title: Crew Chief
Responsibilities: -Bring all tools needed for a job.
-Train crew to do assigned tasks.
-Be sure tasks are done correctly and on time.
-Lead and guide my crew at a job.
Company: J.F. Ryan Associates, Inc.
11/2008 to 02/2009 (Temporary Job, Ended 02/2009)
Supervisor: Supervisor Name (Cell: Cell #) [President of J.F. Ryan Associates, Inc.]
Job Title: Data Entry Keyer
Responsibilities: -Enter data into a database quickly and very accurately.
-Answer phones and set up appointments.
-File informal meeting forms.
High School: High School
Courses: Basic, Computer Repair, Computer Proficiency Exam (Exempts student from taking required computer course by showing proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access)
Graduated: Current Student (Expected Graduation Year: 2012)
Major: Computer Information Systems
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, and Publisher. Basic computer repair skills. Strong typing skills - Average 80.6 WPM, 11396 Keystrokes Per Hour (10-Key)
Name: Ref. Name
Number: Ref #
Relation: Former Supervisor
Name: Ref. Name
Number: Ref. #
Relation: Former Co-Worker
I was doing data entry at a promotions company, and today, they got rid of at least 80 percent of their keyers. On top of that a few of the remaining keyers quit because they car pooled with the people that got laid off. So, now I'm jobless and can't pay for gas. I got above minimum wage too, and since I hadn't been working there for more than 2 months, I can't get unemployment pay. It appears I'm SOL. Help? Fast food just won't do. It doesnt pay nearly as well as what I got doing data entry.
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