My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I am looking to apply for a posted job at a local grocery store. I have management experience in the retail field. I am wondering what "specialized" skills are required for a the Shift Management position in a grocery store. Can anyone clue me in?
My grades from High school arent good, and I havent gone to Uni. I'm 20 years old. What jobs would I be able to get in a Art Museum? Also HOW do you get into those different jobs, do you need a degree and go to Uni?
I have been asked to be manager of an independent charity shop. What do I need to know to know everything is done legally?
It will involve me working full time as a volunteer plus others volunteers helping during the week with goods donated by the public.
I just wasn't sure if those were actually the same things or two completely different jobs.
18 year old male, just graduated
I need a job. I need to escape from my horrible parents who absolutely hate me and treat me like shit.
I have an interview at Best Buy and am just thinking of saying that I am very organized and like being tidy and making things look clean. I also have a friend that works there that referred me told his hiring supervisor that I was a good worker. Would this help me in any way to get the job. What else should I include in my statement?
Im really confused, im trying to get a low paid job in like every day shops such as Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys and Homebase. But what i dont understand is how i actually just apply to be an assistant who stacks the shelf's or is on the till. All it really shows are like management jobs, how do i go about as getting the more lower jobs just to get abit of money?
"What is your weakness in the workplace."
It's on many applications and used by many hiring managers. How do you answer it?
When I worked for this company, one of the ownefs put plaques on the wall with the names of employees who had received special training. Well I left that job in October of 2007 and my name is still on their wall. I feel that if I am no longer their employee that they don't have the right to use my name.
I work at Target and I hate my job. I want to work at a clothing store and I live by many malls in the Dc area. I want a new job because I feel stressed from Target. Am I too young for most reatil stores?
I was shopping and was asked if I had a college degree and would be interested in a job there as a manager. And i said yes, and will have an interview next week, and I know that when you apply for the position as part time impact or model, that you "should" wear there clothes to the interview. But what about for the position as management? And if so, would it be ok, to wear a piece of item from Abercrombie, since they are sister stores?
I want to display a catalogue online via my website and the descriptions are typed into either Microsoft Excel or into a table in Microsoft Word for making other catalogues to be printed. I would like to be able to link these to an online photo gallery so pictures can be enlarged etc. If anyone knows how to do this or an online gallery that would do it, the help would be much appreciated.
-what is the main purpose of a retail store manager?
Could it be that we should be showing the most admiration for all the construction workers, farmers, factory workers and other labour-intensive workers who are, in actuality, the people that form the pillars of human civilisation? And not our top directors, CEO's, and politicians - who are simply organisers and facilitators? Just because they control our hard-earned material resources, we assume that we earn our money from them, as opposed to the reality - that they earn their money from us, all without lifting a finger to earn it themselves?
Could things be upside-down when it comes to who we should admire/respect?
I am still working in a manual-labour intensive job, and to me it seems like much harder, "real" work. There is no time for boredom, no room to complain, and no real promotion prospects - just pure work, with little reward.
I am interested in getting a job at a Department store cosmetics counter (Macy's, Nordstrom etc...), I have been told to walk in and speak only to the Department manager by some of the department store employees. I just don't know what to do or say. I have an outstanding resume and cover letter as well as letters of recommendation but I don't know how I should approach the manager? should I give my letters of recommendation at the time I meet them or when they call me for an interview? Any advice from anyone that's gone this route please.
What qualifications are needed to be a store manager? Is a university degree must etc.? What about job experience?
I am currently employed at Costco for a seasonal position and I am absolutely thankful that I got hired by such a good company like Costco. I absolutely love the job and really hope that I can stay past Christmas and stay on permanently. Anyways, how could I help to improve my chances of that happening? I am always on time for my shifts as I am always 15 minutes early prior to the start of my shift, I went in the other day when they called me to come in and help out, and I am always working hard. I try to provide outstanding customer service with a smile and really try my best. What else can I do to improve my chances so I can make it a career with this excellent company?
There always seems to be a long list, when viewing the credits displayed for a video game. What would be the minimum number of people, having an individual job title and skill, needed to create a video game . I am wondering what a team would have to consist of in completing such a project.
Ok, I am 15 right now, but I want to plan ahead, so, I will be turning 15 in April, and want to get a job in mid May. I want to know a few things
what kind of things to I need to know to get a job, where should I look? how do I present my self, and when should I start applying? also, can I get a bank account with only my name on it? or with just one of my parents. I am planning on saving up for collage, and they are not responsible with money.. so I dislike the idea of them being able to take it. I only plan on working over school break. will I need to pay taxes and stuff? any other info will help thanks!