I am creating our elementary yearbook around the theme "Academic Success Under Construction." I would like to rename our Administration, Office Staff, Teachers, etc with related construction worker job titles. For example, our SPED teachers will be our "Instruction Crew." Counselors will be our Safety Directors. Can you help me creatively rename our divisions for our K-5 yearbook?
Is there a certain job or subject that there are less women working than men?
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I'm asking because where I live they are paid for the job they get done in terms of the units measurable... So many m2 of concrete floor or so many m2 of brick laying and each have a price assigned that relates to the expected performance. We don't pay for the time of the laborer but instead for the finished job.
I mean, like a job that pays for your hotel, meals, & airfare expenses when you work for their company.
My last few jobs have been relatively blue collar, construction and manufacturing, and I'm going to a sales oriented career fair next week. A few of my previous jobs barely even involved interaction with another human, but I don't want dead spots on my resume where they're wondering what I did for the last 2 years. How do I list them and put a positive spin on the relatively 0 related qualities between the jobs?
I am a 23 Year old guy, bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish fluently. I am interested in finding a Job in Canada as either a Construction helper, or a helper in the meat industry, or plumber helper. How does one go into receiving a job offer in Canada for one to get a job?
Any related ideas are greatly appreciated!
I am a new comer in Canada and I heard a lot from previous immigrants that it is hard to land a job there related to your field of expertise. You can land a job as a factory worker, etc. Is this true? Does it help to ask for assistance from job agencies so they can find me a job related to my IT experience. Pls help.
I ma doing a research on the UAE for a project and i wanted to know what some of the main jobs were and are...
or mostly in the present...
I'm trying to decide what career I want to get into, and that of an archaeologist is one of them. I need to know what I'd need to study in college, how hard it'd be to actually be to get a job as one, if I'd have a choice of where I'd go to work, and how much it might pay. Thanks.
Im writing an essay and I need to explain that the construction industry is. Help please!
I'm 19 and I need a job that pays more then $300-$350 a week. I'm wanting to know if there is any jobs that pay around $700 with a morning shift or something.
That number is staggering. How can anyone remain undetected in your high technology world? Would one not need some sort of identification to apply for a job or service?
I currently live in Toronto, Canada and I am looking to change my environment and work experience by moving to the UK.
I am in the construction field, I am currently a project coordinator with about a year experience and a college diploma. I want to live somewhere that is not too expensive where it won't be too difficult to find a job. I really like England but I'd like to live in the city or not too far from it, I'm a city boy.
Any information is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
My car is totaled. My job isn't doing anything to help me. Are they supposed to offer workers comp or pay for anything? I never been in this situation so I don't know where to start. Someone told me the company is responsible for the damage, and that they are supposed to pay me for the days I lost. I will take any help I can get.
Im currently seeking work in the construction industry. Problem... I have no experience in that field. my question is where should I start to gain experience and get my foot in the door? Like what specific construction work should I be looking for that does not require experience or a drivers license?
Also, what type of jobs are available?
I have to find an apprentice a starter job to receive field work experience before applying to an actual field related job,(as they need construction related skills) what should i be looking for? i thought a day laborer or perhaps an electrical supply house worker, any better ideas? please don't say anything about labor unions
I am doing a project in geometry class, please help if you have answers.
I don't need to know what the Pythagorean theorem is, just who uses it!
I would like to start my own business, since Im tired of working for someone else. Im Canadian, & love visiting Miami. I am thinking of starting a business in the future, & I was thinking of including Miami into it somewhere, which would also give me a good reason to go there -not just for vacation.
Iam in the process of brainstorming ideas for my business. I have a background in healthcare(nurse), I LOVE to travel, and another hobby includes salsa dancing. I also used to do some extra work for film, and television.
I would like to know what the most successful business' are in Miami, and see if they relate to anything I have experience or interest in.
It worked in other Communist country's.
Princess. sad but true., But the point was living like Manure in Communism.
Just love the stuff they put in food.