I have been in the small offset field for over 25 years. I have seen many changes over the last 5-10 years with the advent of digital technology. Now there are fewer jobs for press operators and many shops are even choosing to reduce equipment and staff and farm out much of their work.
Is there a future in this business for a top-knotch press operator, or should I consider changing over the next few years? Or, is there a change I can make within the field? Is it possible that my career may continue for the next 20 years? My experience ranges from running little old AB Dick duplicators to a Ryobi 3304 (small 4 color press).
What would you say is the future for the small commercial printing business?
I have applied for a job, had the interview, and successfully attained the position, only to be told that because I am bankrupt they cannot employ me.
This maybe understandable if their was cash handling involved, but this is an operational engineers position (Press operator) am I wrong in thinking this is wrong and possibly and very loosely discriminatory
I mean, just because I have to suffer the embarrisment of bieng a bankrupt, this would not have any reflection on my working ability or commitment to any future employer.
I'm not really sure what to put. it is a warehouse job where you use a fork truck and help with the press operator and maintenance. can someone help me out?
At my previous job I was a proofreading/graphic designer, but I also have past electronic assembly experience, printing press operator experience, and electronic repair experience. How do I write a headline that encompasses everything I know to get a job in one of these areas?
I have a job interview coming up.Before i go was wondering what the rate of pay would be?
I have had experience in a factory.
Before de-industrialisation one would associate jobs such as welders, drill press operators, mechanics, assemblers, etc., with the British working class. However, today now that most factories are boarded-up, what are some of the typical blue-collar jobs still open to working class youths when they leave school at 16? I'm sure the numbers and variety of jobs have dwindled enormously.
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
We live in Greensboro, North Carolina. He needs a job bad!!! He does not have any parents so he has to support himself. Any advice or if you know a job in this area please let me know. Also, please be nice. We are going threw a hard time!
What technique did they use to put words on to the page in books in the 1940s, and what was the title given to the person who did it. Was it a high-paying job?
I was reading thise army reserve page about civilians that could have jobs with audio, and video equipment and that kinds of stuff, but it didn't get much into detail. What kinds of jobs could a civilian camera operator have in the military?
I am studying in Human Resources and I want to work in this field. If not in this field then I want to work in any administrative job... Is that possible without learning French in Montreal?
I am going into the Army as an officer. What can I expect if I go Air Defense Artillery? This is the job I want and was trying to find out more about their assignments and rotations and stuff.
Also, are new officers getting assigned to some of the new weapons systems they are coming out with?
I live in Salt Lake City and have been working as printing press operator for the last 14 years. I'm just getting really tired of the stress and the physical beating that I have been enduring. I think of myself as a bright person who can learn to do just about anything.
I have good computer skills (mostly with Macs), mechanical skills and organizational skills. I'm very accustomed to working hard and solving many problems during a work day and I always strive to become very good at everything I do.
I do work well with people...(one on one or in small groups) but, I don't see myself as the sales type (I'm too honest). I do enjoy working as a team with others and training new people.
Anyway, I'm looking for any suggestion for a new career. Currently I'm working only 3 days/week (long hours) and have 4 days off. I'm hoping to taking an online course to certify myself for a new job.
I'm looking for a career where there is a demand for trained individuals and I can get started soon.
For example,for a job that has three parts and only one part requires using the machine,is it best to assign just one operator for all three parts of the job,or two, or three operators (one for each part).(with one operator,the machine will be idle for a while,with three operators, the men will be idle for some time.) i know that i should take into account the operators' wages and the cost of the machine (electricity,...),but what other factors should i take into account?
I'll be in the City in two weeks and since I would love finding a job in London, I need to know where to give my resume to apply for a job.
Thank you very much and a big hug from Italy!!!
Also the Rigger and the Lighting Assistant i know the basics but i am unsure and want some confirmation thanks!
Getting cut off instead of waiting. waiting for long periods of time. numbers to dial are busy or inacurate. automated numbers without the option to press 0 to talk to an operator or to get transferred to customer service. and when you finaly do get a representitive, them being incompetitant enough to put you on hold for 5 minutes and then accidently cut you off because they dont know how to use the phone line/computer system. what in the world do you do about this horrible customer service?
I'm still a student in cosmetology school and I want to look for a part-time job as receptionist or shampoo girl for now. Problem is I don't always have to time to change my clothes, so I usually end up wearing my school uniform around for the remainder of the day; My uniform is black slacks, with a short (sometimes long )t-shirt of either black or light purple/lavender,an apron and I.D. badge. I was wonder since my uniform is related to the type job I'm applying would it be okay, or would it be better to change?
I'm in high school, and I lease a horse at a local barn. I'm really into horses, and I've been riding since i was 10. I want to know which direction I should be headed if I want my career to involve horses. I'm looking for a job that allows me to be in charge, and work with horses daily. I would like to earn a steady living, be educated in the horse field, and gain tons of experience in the equine industry. Any ides?