I have seen a job advertised for a Counter Clerk at a Post Office, and this is the way that I need to apply.
I have never had to apply for a job vacancy this way before.
Any tips, advice or guidance on roughly what I need to say, how I need to word it, the layout etc.
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
A job at a Law firm? What are the tips, other than sending the Resume to the Human Ressources department?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
The "gig" advertised on Craigslist offers $4 per post; we're asked to open Paypal and Gmail accounts on behalf of someone selling tickets wholesale. The money would be nice, but we're not sure if there are red flags here indicating a scam.
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I'm 17 and have to get myself a job soon. I'm looking to work in Kroger, but I don't want to be a cashier or clerk. What else could I do besides that, were I probably won't need to deal with customers? Can I push baskets or something?
I want to find out how manny different job roles there are in a maternity ward and what those people are called.
I'm graduating this year and I'd really like to go to university for hospitality. The main job everyone says is hotel management, I'm curious as to what other jobs are available in this career path.
I see many jobs advertising for merchant credit card services and payment solutions. How competitive a career is this? Can anyone recommend some good companies to work for?
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 want to make some extra money and start cleaning houses but I've never done it before so how much should I charge and how should I advertise? I would be very thankful for any ideas.
When I am standing in line at a store waiting for check out, I have heard people be so rude to the checker and treat them with very little respect. I don't understand this behavior. I see customers look down their noses at clerks and boss them around like slaves ! I have even been in the clerks position many years ago & received this treatment. Why do some people feel this is okay ?
I'm looking for just kind of day job as I work on my own things, but I don't want to be stock clerk anymore--I want something with the right balance of significance and inconsequence. I've narrowed my choices down to public relations and paralegal. Which one would require less of my time and energy and be less of a commitment.
Soooo Infinni, are lame attempts at humor how you got to level 7? I'd appreciate a serious response. Thanks.
The ones that are advertised on actual job sites like careers.com etc?
I applied for an overseas job and got a call back but not sure if they are legit or just wierd/creepy/scam things. Since it was on an actual job site it looks like the real thing.
Besides being a barista, grocery store clerk, unpaid intern with no chance at promotion, or paying for another degree. I'd go back to school but I have no more money. I know a lot about Milton, the Beatniks, the victorians, the romantics, and Chaucer. I guess what I'm really asking for is a job.
I am very open to relocating to any smaller community (50,000 or less). What is the best way to look for work in another state when not much information is online for smaller communities? I have 12 years of retail experience but have not worked for the past 4 years. Some of my education includes:
Associate of Science Degree
Accounting Clerk Certificate of Completion
Business Administrative Support I Certificate of Completion
Business Administrative Support II Certificate of Completion
Customer Service Certificate of Completion
Front Office Support Certificate of Completion
Media Design Technology Certificate of Completion
Medical Office Administration Certificate of Completion
MCSA and MCSE Certifications
Microsoft Office Specialist
Essentially, I am to any job where I am qualified and am able to buy a home in a few years.
I'm applying for federal jobs and I am having trouble finding the difference between GS6 and GS7. I am a recent graduate and I want to know if I am eligible to apply for GS7 positions. I read something that said one difference is that GS7 depends on your GPA and certain rankings. However, I haven't been able to find more information that confirms this. Any advice and info would be greatly appreciated.
I am going into my senior year of high school in the fall and I will be expanding my small tutoring business. Last year, I tutored 3-5 kids myself and this year, I plan to tutor a minimum of six, and have at least two employees working under me who will be tutoring frequently as well. My question is this: since I am going to be advertising very openly to get as many students as I can, is it worth it for me to file the necessary paperwork and pay the necessary fees with the government? Most tutoring is done under-the-table, especially if it's done by students themselves. However, I don't really like the idea of risking my business [keep in mind that I will have wage-earning employees working under me] if, say, a parent of a student works for the IRS or something. Am I thinking too much into this? Thanks in advance!
Pretty much anything from that area. I would be moving as a college age guy so I would prefer it be as low as possible [though i would not like to live in a rat hole:)} and whats the best way to circulate an ad for a room mate? Also how is the job market in that area as far as small jobs go like clerks of waiters?