How much do the people at Border's or B&N earn that do the day-to-day work--inventory, manning the question booth, cashiering? Would you make anything extra if you were bilingual (Spanish/English) and there was quite a few Spanish speaking customers?
I dont want to work for the team but for the stadium. Like work security, usher, concession, cashier, ticket booth. Those kind of jobs. How can I find jobs since I cant find it anywhere on internet?
Besides being a baby sitter!!!!
Besides other domestic jobs!!!!
If I lie about my age and say I am 18, will the employer get in trouble for laboring a minor?
I'm thinking a toll booth operator would be one of the worst jobs
Seasonal works also included. Like,
i worked at constraction job when i was younger in summers.
I played and sang at some place when i was in collegue.
I worked as a translator.
Before my current work.
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I know this is a confusing question, but i was wondering if anyone knew the type of workers one would need to show a movie at a theatre. Like managers, ushers... get the idea?
I need help with this
My Parents are in their mid 60's and may lose their house and everything they have worked for unless they can find work within the next month. They need something asap. Has anyone in the Greater Toronto Area gone through something like this or do you know of a resource that can help them find something substantial and quick? Thank you so much.
Do you guys know ANYwhere I could most likely get a fricking job?
I've been looking ALL over summer, i've landed interviews and followed up, perfected my resumes everything.
So i think im just gonna stick to food retail,
but do you guys know any places where they actually hire people my age? Other then Mcdonalds?
Please, I am very desperate for a job. Im considering, Subway or like icecream shops... or even the movie theatre.
I know how to work hard but right now I'd like to work and study. I don't want an overnight job though and that's the problem. Any ideas? I was thinking Home Depot cashier (I have alot of cashiering experience) but I'm not sure if they would allow that/how much side work there is for cashiers. I have been told there is a big gap in time between customers though.
I either want to do something in Disneyland, like maybe be a performer, or well, work somewhere else involving Disney :D I want a job in Disney store, would that be a start lol..
I'm 19 and I live on my own so I need something that is a little more then flipping burgers are wendys. I need something where I make at least $12/hr to support myself. I'm a college student, not yet really qualified to do anything. Should I find a local career/job fair? How do they work? I mean I literally only have cashiering experience so I don't think anyone would take me seriously there. What should I do?
I'm 16yrs old, and I want a job at the AMC movie theater. Me and my friend are going up there to apply. I was wondering do they interview right there? Do you have to dress up? Or would it be okay to wear a polo, jeans and gymshoes? Can you tell them the job you dont want (like a cashier)?
I'm 18, and up until now I mostly worked odd-jobs with members of my family. I had one "real" job working at a peanut plant, but it was offered to me because my uncle worked there and they needed the help, so I didn't have to apply or anything.
First of all, I can't really decide where I want to work. The only thing I know is that fast-food is out of the question. I've been told some real horror stories about that, and it seems like a very stressful type of job.
Most other places I can think of (grocery stores, video stores, etc.) seem okay, but I'm not a really "talkative" type of person, so I don't think I'd do very well as a cashier.
Secondly, who do I talk to? I don't really know who to ask for an application or anything.
I should add that I just graduated high school. I'm trying to find a part-time summer job to get some extra money for college.
At a grocery store?
So I have these 2:
1. Book Fair Attendant (one day): answered questions, clean area, greeted people, managed a booth, talked to visitors, etc.
2. Library Youth Advisor (6 months): planned library events, organize books, help kids with crafts, gave ideas to promote library services, etc.
I only have room for one of the two. The Book Fair one relates more to the job, yet the Youth Advisor was a lot longer. What do I do?
Hey everyone. I get pushed around a lot at work, and there is a lot of corruption going on around there. Like say last night, (I'm a cashier at a retail store) the line-ups got huge. There was only me and another newer inexperienced cashier working. The lines became so long, and people started getting angry. The other cashier needed my help all the while I had to run my till. I called my supervisor and asked her if she could run till and told her it was crazy busy, but she said "I'm on break. I will be down right away though". 15 minutes go by and she still doesn't show up. The rule in our workplace is and always was that even if you are on break, if it gets too busy, you come down and help out and get back to your break later. But she wouldn't come and I needed help. Should I talk to my manager about this?
For example, McDonalds uses the same framework, but has certain customizations for foreign countries.
I have an interview at Sams Club tomorrow for a cashier job. I used to work at Dairy Queen where I would literally take the order and then go make it and it was super fast paced and most of the time there were only 3 people working. Constantly running around taking and making orders. I have talked some of the cashiers that work at Sams right now and they like it there a lot. I guess all I want to know is, are cashier jobs easy to learn? And are they pretty laid back compared to my old job?
I'm thinking about going to cosmetology school after I graduate.
What is a typical day in your work life like?
What are the most and least rewarding aspects of your job?
What are the working conditions like (stress, pace, physical comfort, travel environment, hours, and routine)?
What education requirements are recommended and what schools do you recommend?
What are the most important skills and abilities required?
How much money does this career provide at an entry level position? In ten years?
Any words of advice?
One other thing, my dad wants me to become something like a doctor because I used to when I was younger because I've always liked math and biology. But because it's a competitive field and something I know I won't be happy with having to wake up and do it everyday, I don't want and I don't know how to tell my dad that I want to do something that involves more creativity. Please help?
Thanks in advance!