I'm just curious about how you'd go about becoming a recruiter. What job would you have to study for, what schooling would you have to have?
If it makes any difference, I'm particularly curious about the Air Force.
I know you have to be in the military to be a recruiter..
I am interested in starting a job recruiter business that is based in Massachusetts. Are there any special licenses required? Or where can I find out more information about requirements for starting this business?
I will have a degree in Family and Human Development and have been looking for work, but I keep seeing Degree in Related Field under education. I can understand that if it is for an accountant, legal, etc but these jobs are for an Animal Shelter administrator, Volunteer recruiter, Events director, and a few others. What exactly would be the "related field"?
I am in my first year of college and I have never held any official jobs. I am looking for my first job right now and I got a couple of applications. I know how to create a a resume but in the applications they ask for previous work experience and references. What can I put as my references and work experiencee on the application itself?
I want to pursue medial field, health care or nursing program. Thus, Should i volunteer about health or medical field at my community?
Is it good for me? in college or university
Plus, do i have join a club in my high school or activities for the extracurricular if i want to study at university and how long is good?
I am working for a job that has a 1 year evaluation period after which my employer decides if they wish to keep me or not. I won't be able to handle my supervisor for much longer than that but I want to get a year of experience in as a manager at my job first. How do I apply for a new job without them wanting to contact my current supervisor who I know will opinionate a less than favorable assessment of my work although I am a hard worker and good at what I do? Will my future employer NEED to contact my supervisor or is there someone who knows the best way to handle a situation of this type? Thank you for your advise and God bless!
I'm currently in eastern europe. I suffered a death in the family, and I would like to return home. How big of an effect would this have on my chances of securing a good job and admission into law school? Ive only been here for 4 months.
I am currently a recruiter for direct hire positions but would like to transition into a Social Services Career. I enjoy the diversity of cultures, find purpose in helping others, and am driven by humanity of life. I am pursuing a Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Degree in the Fall with concentration in Psychology. Any suggestions on how I can make a smooth transition?
I know that you are volunteered, but how many really get in and how many volunteer through their recruiter?
I recently maxed out my apft score from my last test a week ago. (I'm an ROTC cadet...)
I'm soon to start Yr 11 VCE and seriously have my eyes set on being an ADFpilot (preferably fast jets) when i finish school. Is there anything I could do to try to make myself appeal to the recruiters?
Any imput would be greatly appreciated.
I live in India, and had to resign 4 months ago due to a family medical emergency. Now that I am job hunting, the recruiters change tactics immediately when I disclose that I am jobless. Even after I have cleared all rounds of interviews, they seem to play a waiting game.Ok, they want to pay lower salary, but won't disclose how low.
In such situations, do I need to be honest, and be exploited ? Please advise.
No( financial) crisis at present. but am getting discouraged.
My son has scored very good on the asvab and qualified for the nuclear school. However before he can get in he has to get a wavier signed. He's scheduled to go in for his physical tomorrow and his recruiter wants him to signup for a different MOS before he finds out about the waiver approval. The recruiter has said that he'll put his offer in writing. Should he wait or signup for a different MOS?
I've never formally worked anywhere before but am looking for a job. Most recruiters want to see a resume but I don't know what I'd put on a resume without any job experience.
I've seen resume templates but I'd like to see examples.
Is it known to be a well respected job to others in the military? And is the pay good?
I am a 17 year old who is going to applying at Waterloo University for Math/CA, or AFM.
I was just wondering, generally, which of the two, work experience and volunteer work, that universities and colleges consider more for their applicants
I'm recently became more and more interested in sere special forces, i've been given a ship date and job, but dont leave for basic for a few months. Can i request a different job now or at basic?
I know that their are so many different jobs, including around the world, and in the U.S. but what should i major in if i want to work for the Peace Corps?
Well, I just took the FSOT and am awaiting the results (I wish they were faster!). As a plan B (just in case) I am considering joining the Peace Corp if it could lead to a salaried job after an assignment or two. Does anyone know or have experience with this? Your input would be greatly appreciated. I would also appreciate any other suggestions for a plan B.
Thanks in advance for anything helpful. If I am a university student with no experience at all, is there any chance I could get hired? I don't really care for the pay, as long as it's not volunteering, because sales would really help with my major, marketing. I really would prefer jobs in clothing stores, preferably high-end, brand names or designer boutiques? Is it too presumptious of me? If so, what experience would i need first? Btw, I do have interest in fashion, fine art background etc
I have been applying to expensive clothing stores since high school for summer jobs as clerks etc, but never got any replies. I assume it's because I have no experience at all. How do I overcome this disadvantage in employer's eyes?
I really wanted a 89N (Transportation Coordination Manager) job but it wasn't available so I chose 92A - Automated Logistics Specialist. However I plan to chan to 89N as soon as I can. How easy will it be to change my MOS to 89N? Will active personnel already in the army be able to have priority over people who people who are enlisting for the first time at MEPs?