Im going to be 18 this year and Im graduating high school early and want to work on a cruise ship, what type of jobs are there for me? But I dont want to clean rooms or be a waitress.
I will be helping out this summer at a seasonal resort, one of the responsibility's I will have is recruiting PT employees, with a very low budget. What are some hiring practices used?
Positions would be for wait staff, security, housekeeping. Mostly just seasonal but can result in permanent.
It is equal to Director of Housekeeping but not the same as Housekeeping manager.
It has 1616 apartments, not hotel rooms.
I need a list of jobs connected with the tourist industry. I've got a few but i need 30 overall. Any ideas?
I have heard both pros and cons of both majors. now im having a real hard time to deside which one i i should take.
my opinion is : Human Resource Management would get better salaries, but would it be required to get higher degree (MBA??) in order to get a good position in HRM and as well as a good salary?? also i've heard that you dont even need a degree to get a job in HRM? is that true?
as for Hotel Management, i am not sure i'd like to deal with all kinds of custumers, i am not very good at being patient. but would there be more job opportunities than HRM?
also i'd like to know if its possible/easy for a graduate who has no experience in HRM to start his/her career in HRM?
anyways, i would go for the one with good salary and good job opportunties regardless of anything.
any suggestions would be a great help to me now. thanks!
So i have to create a resume for a senior year graduation requirement project and i have filled out most of them except the job part. I have never worked or had a job yet and i dunno if i could leave it blank because it looks wrong. Do i have to work or do community service or something because i dont really want to do them but if i have to then yea i have no choice, anyone have suggestions or advice on it?
I have 3 years experience in the hotel industry, and 3 more years of experience in the customer service/ front desk field... I'm very outgoing, bubbly by nature, and I love new adventures and experiences. I think it would be an amazing job, and I would love to find out more! Any advice would be appreciated!
Top Ten Jobs Where Immigrants are Most Highly Represented:
1. Plasterers and stucco masons
2. Graders and sorters of agricultural products
3. Personal appearance workers (hairdressers, manicurists, etc.)
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5. Agricultural workers and animal breeders
6. Sewing machine operators
7. Drywall and ceiling tile installers
8. Textile and garment pressers
9. Maids and housekeeping cleaners
10. Medical scientists
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What people are really ignoring is the fact that these people do a lot of jobs we "real" Americans just won't do. All over the news today were employers saying that without these workers they wouldn't have a business. Even major companies like Tyson were closed to some extent. It's a fine thing to say they're using resources, but they're also working and if they work for a company they have to pay taxes to some extent.
So the question I pose is this one. Who's going to do the work? We'd have more jobs than people willing to do them and you can't FORCE someone to take a job just because they're unemployed.
Nearly 2 years ago my husband and I made the mistake of putting a stop payment on check for a used car that was a lemon. The dealer pressed charges and while we paid in full, as you can imagine words had been exchanged and they refused to drop the charges. Leaving him with a felony conviction. He has never been in trouble with the law prior to this his record was impeccable. Since, this occurance, he has not had any trouble. My husband is 41 years old and has a bachelor degree in business management and over 15 years of resteraunt management experience. We live in Ohio and and have two teenage daughters. I work from home and my job is it easy for me to move. We are willing to relocate if it means we can better our circumstance. He has been working as a hotel auditor for nearly two years and we just are not making it on $10/hr. He is very experience and everyplace that he has worked the employees really like his management style. Thank you!
And also in Office Building over 15yrs of service and experience
What is the name of the Voyager of the Seas cruise director?
What is the name of the Voyager of the Seas captain?
What is the name of the Voyager of the Seas dining rooms?
What do you think about the ships? Which one do you like more and why?
Which service do you like the most: (Housekeeping, windjammer, night waiters, front desk, cruise director and staff, captain, security, etc. you can add one)
Which service do you like the worst: (Housekeeping, windjammer, night waiters, front desk, cruise director and staff, captain, security, etc. you can add one)
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Director of International Operations and Visas,
UK Border Agency.
Like Receptionist, Maid, Manager, etc etc
Just need to confirm contact details, I'm anticipating a scam.
7th May 2013
Having concluded our recruitment processes , you have been offered a position as an Assistant Electrical
Engineer at our onshore/offshore project facilities UK". Attached is our offer contract agreement ,on
satisfaction of the terms & conditions, you are to return a signed copy via email.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if any clarification is required. We shall proceed & provide further
employment necessities on receipts of the signed contract agreement.
We look forward hearing from you immediately.
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Surrey KT1 1TG
p/s : i realize that there is a lot of fraud going on. I notice the number is starting from 4478++ and the Nigeria spam number normally is 4470+++ i know is close but i really want to confirm