I'm 17, about to graduate High School in less than 1 month and am about to turn 18 in about 4 months, and I just applied for a cashier job at a Century Theaters online. Can I apply for an usher job position as well? Links and evidence please. Thanks.
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I was thinking about applying for an ushering job at a local casino... I was just wondering if the ushers get tips?
If so, could you please tell me how the job fairs actually work.
Also, how do the usher jobs works? Are you just told what your selling and which area of the park your selling them in? Or are you able to choose? Also, what is the hourly wage?
Thank you!!! =)
The Red Sox job thing on the site says that they dont have any openings. As for the intern thing, i really wanted to enter but i dont turn 18 until 7/20 and the deadline i 6/30 =(
I applied for an ushering job at six flags and i still haven't heard if i got the job or not even though some of my friends that applied have already been notified that they got the job. I was wondering if the theater department takes longer or what...
Would you do it? Would you take a job like maintenance, ushers, vendors jobs, security?
I have an interview today and ive never been interviewed for a job before, so i was wondering what they will most likely ask me and what the best answer will be.
thank you !
I just started my ushering job yesterday from 2 to 10 pm. I am sooooooo sore my body is aching so bad and I have to work from 6 to 12:30 a.m. tonight and I can barely move what should I do to help with the pain?
I'm 17 and am currently taking a year off for person reasons before attending Sixth Form College in order to gain the A-Levels I need to apply for university. However, I am really, REALLY short of money at the moment and don't want to waste all of these months doing nothing when I could be working to earn some money for university or obtaining work experience that will count towards my applications in the future.
I've had two jobs in department stores in the past and it's something I don't enjoy at all. Granted, in an economic climate such as ours I can't afford to be picky, but I feel like I'm doing an absolutely awful job when there could be somebody else who could be doing a much better one. I've never been particularly confident and have social anxiety issues that prevent me from fully engaging with the public, which is something I'm constantly trying to work upon and improve, but it takes time and it isn't easy. I would really love a job, but those in retail are basically the equivalent of selling your soul and the pay by most of the stores near me is absolute shit.
Basically, I was just wondering whether there were any other jobs that a 17-year-old could realistically have, besides those in retail? Any suggestions are welcome, and if it helps, I really want to study English, drama and/or film at university, so anything that could be beneficial towards that would be greatly appreciated.
I'm really interested in theatre and I'm studying PR but, I wanted to know what other jobs there are in musical theatre and what they involve ?
I love tennis and was wondering what jobs there are where i could be involved with atp and wta tennis.thanks.
Im a senior in high and will be graduating within 4 months from now. And as of right now I work at wendys, a fast foodplace. In my opinion I think fast food are usually jobs for high school teens. Cause I want a mature decent kind.of job, for example : A day care worker. I will be going to collage but while doing that I want a mature job other than s gressy oil place. So can you guys help or list some few jobs thats decent? thanks :)
I am trying to decide how many ushers to have in my wedding. I already have 2 hostesses and at least one usher. Before I pick another one, can someone tell me exactly what their duties are besides walking the mothers down the aisles? I may have too many people standing around not doing anything
I would want to be a stage crew member, box office manager, usher, or anything else that is behind the scenes and help out with the running of the production.
I applied for a job at a movie theatre. It's called warren movie theatre. It was opened last april. I turned in my job application on July 8, 2008. I called them back after 5 days and they approved my application. They haven't call me back for an interview since then. What questions do they ask in an interview?
What should I do?
What should I do to let them call me back?
I'm looking to get a job this summer at the Calgary Stampede but I'm not sure which job to apply for. There are no jobs posted on their website. The only jobs I know of are sweeping and ushering.
What other jobs are there? What do they entail? And what pays the most? :P
Im writing a paper on the holocaust and i would like to know what jobs did the Jews have when they were in the concentration camps?
I love the cubs, and i love baseball. im 16 and would like to know what i need to do to make myself qualified to be employed as some type of position in a minor league or major league front office. For instance what experience would i need? im very very knowledgeable about how baseball works and it's my life, i could imagine a better job in the future.
I know im not getting this job now, thats obvious. I was saying i need to know what to do to get me to that point. The rest of your answer was helpful
I am 17. I play hockey everyday of my life. I just made it to the national camp, I am trying out for the olympics in may and I have to worry about hockey scholarships. I have no time for a real job, but I want to have some of my own money. My parents give me money, but I want a little of my own! Please help!
I don't want to do any paid surveys online.
My sister is coming to the wedding and my mother is pressuring me to give her something to do. My sister and I have never really gotten along so I had no problem not involving her. She's not very reliable and has awful mood swings. I'd like to give her a job but one that won't have her greeting guests and a job that if she freaks out before hand and doesn't do it it won't be a big deal. Any ideas?
I'm a graphic artist in Salem Oregon who has always loved to work with my hands creating sculptured gifts for my friends and family. Everyone says I should be sculpting for a living, or should start up my own business. I would love to work in the sculpting industry, but where do you even look for job listings? I've checked out sculptor.org, they rarely have anything for actual job listings.
It seems like a field that is more ghost than substance. Everything leads to resources, but never to actual JOBS.
Any tips anyone can suggest? (and please, no plain resource sites, or organization sites . Found way too many resources, and too few actual job listings)