He is 24 and has had alot of jobs that he has stayed in for short periods of time like just a few months. He has only had a few factory jobs and they are from when he first began working so around age 18 or so. I just dont know what to put down, all his recent jobs are stores and fast food. What should i do with his work history?
I am trying to get a job at a aluminum factory, are the tests for factory jobs usually difficult? I just wanted to know if I need to brush up on my math skills that I don't use that often. Thanks.
I need a second shift job because my daughter is getting too sick from daycare, but something other than a factory job.
I'm a 17 year old that just moved here from New York State (where the age limit for factories is 18) and I really need a job. I see a lot of factory jobs on Craig's list that pay a fair amount, but it doesn't give an age limit. Does that mean that there isn't an age limit or is it just supposed to be common knowledge what the limit is?
I'm applying for a job currently that my parents told me about. I guess for the summer, factories hire college kids full time temporally. Anyhow, I have legit, NO experience for a factory job, so anyone have something i could put that sounds impressive without being a complete liar? haha
My husband works at a factory job. He originally got the job for 2nd shift 5 days a week. At this point he is working 3rd shift 7 days a week and he hates it. Now I am finding out that they are going to make him work Easter Sunday. since it isn't a holiday they would normally work it isn't extra pay. Not only that but the boss asked 3rd shift if they wanted to switch to 4 10 hour shifts with 2 8 hour shifts to get Sundays off an they out right voted no, but since 1st shift voted yes they have to change their hours. This is so wrong he can't quit this job because we have a mortgage and children but this is Absolutely ridiculous they shouldn't be able to make him work on Easter Sunday at a factory job! Is there a law against this?
I Know that people work holidays! my husband and I are BOTH veterans! I KNOW that most people would be happy to have a job! That is not what this is about. BUT we are not in the military anymore...We are not a necessity to be working on this holiday. Not a doctor/nurse/waitress...understand? it is about spending a holiday with family something we did not get to do when we were serving our country. On top of that I am a cmt/cna so I do understand working holidays is sometimes necessary but for him it is NOT!
Those union jobs, blue collar factory jobs and other working class jobs that many Americans depend on, democrats claim to be all for protecting those yet at the same time they are all for opening the borders and allowing illegals to come into the USA as they wish and take whatever job they please? Doesnt anyone else see the double standard here? How can you protect American jobs if you are all for open borders and allowing anyone to come to America and take those jobs?
Does anyone know what kinds of factory jobs are there? Preferably in the food business.
I don't know how many people I've run into the last ten years
working for eight dollars an hour at Home Depot-Wal Mart type
jobs, who used to make 35-50 thousand and up at good factory
At least 85?f the people who got laid off at the local Allis-Chalmbers plant in Georgia here are all at big box stores.
The laid-off women are working at Bed Bath and Beyond,
Wal-mart, and Best Buy, and the guys are working at Home
Depot, 6 dollar an hour Oil express places, and convenience
They went from full benefits and 35-70 thousand a year with
vacations, to, no benefits, 6-9 dollars an hour(12-18-thousand
a year), and no paid time or days off. The only they get a vacation
is by quitting the job altogether.
One lady who used to supervise the engineering plant is scubbing
toilet bowls in office buildings late at night for 7 dollars an hour.
Is this the future of our economy?
What is going on here?
Are we a third-world country?
Even poor little Steph doesn't know..........
So sad about Ohio.
Even sadder is Michigan, your sister state.
At least Ohio is a bit diversified, and Cinncinnati and Columbus are relatively
Michigan is a one-trick pony of auto manutafturers and auto parts.
The pony is losing its one trick fast.
GM, Ford, and Daimler-Chysler have announced 100,000 new layoffs in just the
upcoming year, and 12 factories in Detroit
region are shuttering.
Where in the h e l l are 100,000 people supposed to go?
Are they all left selling stuff on EBAY?
Selling Carlton Sheet's foreclosed properties to each other?
Honestly, A good-looking woman under
30 would do better selling her a s s
on the street, or hooking in Vegas....
at the very least working in strip clubs.
If I was a good looking chick, I'd be dancing
at the clubs for 300-400 cash a night,
way, way before I'd take a Wal-Mart job.
It you are older, or ugly, you have no choice
but to work at Big Box stores stacking
Chris, congressmen are tools of the power
elite. If you get rid of the rascals, they just put in more rascals happy to do their bidding. Remember the golden rule:
"He who hath the gold, maketh the rules"
Since the USA stopped making things and all the factory jobs shipped over seas, it seems like the military is one of the last decent options left to blue collar communities. Anyone ever think that this is one of the reasons it's so hard to cut the military budget?
Excuse my ignorance, but isn't it true that a lot of US factory jobs are across seas?
By that, I mean the jobs they claimed the illegals took from them, and I don't mean the factory jobs inside climate controlled buildings either. I know we are in a recession, but we've seen thousands of illegals deported, so there are jobs left behind. Do we have reports showing us that these Americans are taking back what they claimed was once theirs?
Please provide sources.
The only factory job around here is a boat factory but breathing in the chemicals from that place is really bad for my health.. any other ideas?
I would love to work for them if they have a factory position. I tried looking on their website but no luck. Anyone know if they have factory jobs?
Long story short, I spent four years in food service and through a lot of stress, I developed an anxiety disorder and just haven't ever been the same. I'm looking for a new job but one other than food service and retail/cashier positions.
I'm not exactly overqualified to do anything other than those kinds of jobs. I'm 19 and have my HS diploma but am not in college, so I know the options are scarce. Just looking for some ideas... maybe clerical or factory jobs, or something else. I will appreciate any suggestions!
Need to know how is the cost of living in texas. how is factories jobs and teacher jobs in texas or for banks. and how hard is to get a job in arlington. is unemployment high in arlington.
We're not that far off,
Pretty much all factory jobs were replaced with machines years ago,
Now we have self service checkouts, driver-less trains, digital tours etc...
Each year the population grows. Each year technology takes the place of more jobs.
What do you predict will happen?
Would Mexico eventually become a wealthy nation with billions to invest in infrastructure as China has? Would the average standard of living increase for Mexicans due to all the good paying factory jobs? Would all the good things happening in Mexico reduce the desire for illegal immigration into the USA?
I already work at Walmart and one of the restrictions is I cannot also work at another retail store. I am trying to find jobs in the area but all are either fast food that want me to work nights, which I already work nights at Walmart, or factory jobs.
Where would be a good place to search for jobs other than retail and factories?
The reason I ask is because workers in China have taken our factory jobs and are doing these jobs for about $1 an hour. I always thought that the problem was that the US has a minimum wage standing between the US and production jobs, but the factory workers here are getting paid MUCH more than minimum wage. I understand they aren't the best jobs, but I think americans would take them after 3 years in recession.