I am a warehouse associate in a small local business and I am gaining experience in assembly, packing, shipping, receiving, inventory, and some quality control. I am the only one in the warehouse, so I am pretty much responsible for everything that happens in that part of the company. What are some good paying jobs where this experience would make me a competitive applicant? I also have an Associates in Science degree.
I have been workiing on and off as a warehouse associate for 3 years. Since I was laid off in September 2012, I have not been able to find work. This semester I decided to register at the community college and scheduled all my classes(15 units total) on Mondays and Wednesdays to leave time for a job, should I finally find one. I still am dilligently filling out apps online and at every store, gas station, etc. that I stop at. If someone could better explain how this would effect my eligibility for unemployment benefits, I would greatly appreciate it.
I work at a coal mine in Illinois, and though I have been doing a steady rate of work for the past 3 years, I am being pushed out of my job as a warehouse associate so that a former underground worker can have my job.
The problem I have is that she knows nothing of how to do my job. I am being moved to an outdoor processing plant position that I have no knowledge of, or training in. Isnt it illegal to push someone out of one position and then immediately give that position to someone else for no reason?
Oh another thing (this may be the reason for my forceful move) she is currently 8 months pregnant, and (from what I have been told) very good friends with my immediate boss.
What are the jobs (positions) associated with a trucking, freight, transportation business? (Including office jobs like secretary, accountant, lawyer etc...)
Also what are the jobs associated with a warehouse? Which people work where in a warehouse? (Again including guards etc...)
I'm looking for the jobs related to the business, not it's functions!
I came across an ad by WIS International looking for inventory associates. I think this job is where people go to stores and warehouses with hand-held devices and count inventory. I am considering applying for the job but would like to get some feedback from people who have worked in the field. Is it hard? Boring? High pressure? Any feedback would be appreciated.
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
I just want to make sure that the job I'm planning on interviewing for is not something above my skill level/training. Thanks!
I am a quiet and hardworking person, but because I am not outgoing, I have a hard time getting jobs like being a server or sales associate or receptionist. Those jobs just don't fit my personality, and the hiring people can see that. I can't fake outgoingness either unfortunately. Any job tips from others who have been in this situation or know of others who are?
I only have an associates in science degree and am looking to possibly become an engineering technologist. Looking around online, most places require at least a 4 year degree and/or a couple of years experience. Are there any companies that offer entry level positions or offer internships without experience?
I live in Rhode Island, and would like a job to be able to make some money.
I am 16 and I am having my first job interview ever. It is for a retail store called jeans warehouse, I have no idea what to wear. So could someone please help me? I can't go out and buy anything because I don't have time. I don't have black slacks or anything like that, a majority of my wardrobe is dresses.
What can i do with an associates degree in business? Like what kind of jobs can i get?
I need a job have a drivers license and i do have a high school diploma which I finished from home schooling
I applied online for a position at a warehouse, and they sent a response with a scheduled appointment date to fill out paperwork and application. It is a floor associate position not management.
Should I wear nice black/khaki dress pants or clean, dark jeans? White or black shirt and tie or just a collared button up shirt and belt?
I want to work in the summer, and I want to work in a store preferably, but it says that you have to be 18+. Are there any jobs for a sales associate under the age of 18?
- I'd like to know how I can find something that will be better than the average
-- Have an Associates Degree, work hard, and know how to get things done efficiently
>My goal is something not incorporated (like olive garden)
>I am open to most things like hard labor or something obscure
<>My skills are in Tech, design, labor, cleaning, business, cooking, & music
Anything that's interesting, pays more than minimum & I can better myself from
::I live in a city of around 150,000::
Just looking for a job that I could get with my Associates Degree while completing my Bachelors and then going to Law School. The only experience I have is warehouse, manufacturing, and a little customer service as a server a while back.
I've been trying to locate some information on the costs of establishing a liquid crystal manufacturing plant. Are any of you familiar with the technology and know of any costs associated with starting or running a liquid crystal facility? If you do not but happen to know of some useful links, please provide. Thanks!
Thanks for your help, Lawn Gnome. I'll keep those things in mind. Your information was very useful.
I want to work 8 hours a ay, 5 days a week, make good pay and have benefits... What would be a good job for me to try for in the postal, service?
FYI: I m 20 years old and almost have an associate in arts degree.
I have never worked in the postal services before. I do NOT want to drive a route.
What are my options?
I am filling out a job application for Jeans Warehouse and below the date it says "Job/Position you are applying for: (Must be filled in).
I don't really get what it is asking for and I want some examples on what type of "Job/Position" there is.