My father was a meat cutter at Safeway for I believe 27 years and was a very experienced meat cutter. That's basically the only job he could do cuz he's stupid with technology and didnt get a ill eve education. He got fired 3 years ago from Safeway for something he didn't do and he was only a year away from retirement so they were thinking of stupid excuses to fire him. He's an alcoholic and I'm trying to get him a job as a meat cutter, I'm his son, I'm 16.
If I go to Luckys, CostCo, BevMo, Whole Foods, ETCETCETC what will his starting wage be around? I believe he was making around $25 an hour at Safeway.
I am a journeyman meat cutter with a full time job. I am interested in a trade that offers side job opportunities. I am aware I would have to enter an apprentice program. Does anyone know if it is possible to do this while working another full time job. I appreciate your insight.
My boyfriend is trying to get to Germany so he can live here with me. I have dual citizenship. He is reflexologist but cannot use it in Germany. Are there certain jobs where it is easier to get a work-visa? He has worked as a meat-cutter and is currently working on getting his forklift license. We are open for ideas that have worked. He cannot speak German (yet) but is working at it. Can anybody help?
I want to be a professional meat cutter,but no schools or learning centers,im a fair cook,and want to be a baker,but want to know where one learns meat cutting.
Examples of jobs in this area include butchers,meat cutters, dieticians, food service directors, restaurant managers, chefs, etc.
The questions are:
1. What type of education do you need?
2.What type of training do you need?
3.What is the salary range?
4. What kind of hours do you work?
5.How do you like your job?
6.What future trends do you see that will affect your job in the future?
I applied to a couple of local grocery stores, Publix and Winn Dixie, as a meat cutter. I am looking to call back but what exactly should I say and who should I say it to?
I am looking to apply at both lowes and the local grocery store. My friend works as a meat cutter at shop n' save and makes 13$ an hour. I have also heard that lowes pays well for certain positions, but does anyone know what those positions are? I do not have a lot of experience but I am willing to learn anythning that I have to to qualify for the position.
Do they have to TAKE CLASSES OR ANYTHING TO LEARN ALL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEATS or trained on the job?
I have about $35,000 in credit card debt spread over about 8 cards of varying credit limits and balances. It's a long story. Grew up with a single parent (my mother) trying to provide for my brother and I. My older brother decided to be rebellious around 18 or so and moved out and did his own thing. I decided to stay home and help out my mom. We lost our father when I was 10. He shot himself in the head and left us with a massive bill. He was flat broke and had nothing to leave us. My mother has struggled a lot financially and can't mentally do very challenging jobs that pay well (she doesn't feel that she can multitask very well, and I think that may be true). I likewise find myself in debt after trying for years to keep my family afloat.
I don't feel that college is the way for me. Almost 2 years ago, I took a job as a simple stocker for Publix Supermarkets here in the southeast. I have taken action and expressed my interest in other positions with my bosses. As of next month, I will be shifted into our meat department to begin training for other future positions. My goal for the time is to become a meat cutter, which may take about 2 years. However, once I get there, I will change from the typical $9 an hour crap and shoot up to $17.50 an hour when I officially become one. It will only increase from there. I will also be accruing some stock each year that will stack on top of the little (probably 2K to 3K) that I have now to eventually turn out to be a decent amount.
I realize the need to get OUT of debt, however. I started up a small home business, as well. My mother is out of work at the moment (she had to retire from her former job of 11 years-they were just becoming unbearably crazy) and trying to find something else. She happens to be in debt up to her ears, as well.
Any advice? I guess I'm one of the millions of people out there who feel that if "someone would give me a loan to consolidate all of this into a single large monthly payment instead of masses of large payments, I could get somewhere." Such as...paying an $800-$1000 a month single payment towards a loan instead of paying $150 a month on 4 different cards each and $100+ a month on 4 other cards. But I know how credit works. I also know that no company will just give you something like a $35K loan. Most of the "consolidation" companies seem to be a scam and they take your money and don't pay the bills like they claim.
Is there any way to combine all of this into a single payment, instead? I don't have a house to refinance or anything. I already do not have a car, so that's not draining income.
Is there any real place that exists to help get this into one payment or something?
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Thanks in advance.
He has always been a good eater and we've never had a problem with him trying new foods. We make sure to lead by example by showing him that we eat the same foods he does but within the last few weeks he has started spitting food out of his mouth. He doesn't want mashed baby food anymore and certain textures bother him (he hates pasta and doesn't like it if he finds a larger piece of curd in his cottage cheese). I don't want to give in and only give him the foods I know for sure he'll eat because that wouldn't make for a balanced diet. I have tried blending his veggies in mashed potatoes or tried to diguise them in other ways but after just a few bites he's on to me.
Anyone have some helpful suggestions?
I'm practically 14 and I want to get a job so I can start saving up money and helping out my mom with stuff. So I've heard in a lot of states you need to have a workers permit in order to work. Do you need one in Florida? Again, I'm 14.
What do I all have to do?
I live in Utah. I would be working legal hours, etc. But are there any other local laws that would prohibit either most or all of grocery store work activity as a bagger or stocker? (Such as problems with working in freezers, etc.) I ask because I went in for an interview the other day, and he said he really liked me but he would have to look into the local law to see if it was alright to hire me.