I'm 19 years old and would love to someday live in Hawaii (I have been there before). Since I currently have no obligations (no wife girlfriend ect.) why not go now? I'm saving up some money and was wondering if there where any good self employment jobs you guys know of. I was thinking of doing a boogie board rental service but I think there are probably lots of businesses already. To many to compete with. Anyway any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks! :)
I'm looking to apply for a job at a store, but on the website, there are two different applications.
Employment Application: Retail Location
Employment Application: Corporate Office
Which one do I pick?
I have a four-year bachelor's degree and over five years customer service, retail and office employment, but I find most job postings want someone with experience? How does one gain experience a job, for example admin. assist. associate?
I'm looking for a retail job, preferably as a sales associate, in a higher end clothing store (like Louis Vuitton or French Connection). I hope to get one really quickly. My cousin said that she found a similar job working for French Connection through a retail agency and said that they gave her a probation. Does anyone know of an agency that is as interactive?
I quit a retail job over two years ago because I was pregnant and was going to stay home. My previous job history is jumpy to say the least. I am going to school now and should finish in the spring. I have always worked, and worked hard, I just moved a lot and was immature. I've grown up, so how do I get an employer to take me seriously enough to give me a chance, I just need an interview. I look way better in person than I do on paper.
I was terminated from my previous retail job do to unflattering reasons. While I am listed in the companies data base as rehire-able, I know know this because I still have access to the employee info site. I was wondering if my previous employer can give detailed reasons for my termination in NYC to potential employers. If you can please be as detailed as possible.
I am writing a resume for a job on an Army post. Its a career change from retail to an office job. How far do I need to list my employment. All my jobs have been retail based so I don't want to bore them with usually information.
Do I have to include temporary employments in job applications?
I don't think it is a good idea because the supervisors/manager don't even know me and I didn't even have a relationship with them because the length of work was so short too. The jobs were also in food service and retail and I don't think these would be relevant to the positions I am applying for.
1st temp job- 2 weeks, part time hours per week
2nd temp job- 3 1-2 weeks, part time hours per week
Does a person expect to gain experience if nobody will give them a chance? and why is it that the older a person is and they have no employment, job experience, or limited experience, why is that seen as a red-flag? Since when is there a time-table that a person is supposed to have employment, job experience by a certain age? and i'm talking about entry-level jobs, jobs, employers that do not require College Education.
Hi all, I'm looking for a job that is in retail, preferable the fashion industry. I have worked in a cafe and I am experienced in customer service. I am trying to find a job at Liverpool Westfield shopping centre (NSW, Australia). Or even if your not in the area or country, any suggestions on getting a job?
I am 21 years old and about to go into my senior year of college. I just got laid off of my job at a Noodles&Company after only one month of employment and, although I am willing to do any sort of work, I am really looking to use this opportunity to get a more fulfilling/respectable job. I have no office experience and have only handled money at a volunteer position. I'm a quick learner though and I know that I am capable of being a great employee. How can I worm my way into a desk or retail job?
Some people say that FDI in retail will increase employment for young Indians
But on the other hand some people are saying that it will not increase because foreign companies might hire foreign personnel
Which one is true?
If the govt. allows FDI in retail then why not it make a rule that those foreign companies will compulsory have to hire Indians only
Retail sales are down and unemployment is on the rise. Does this imply that Americans didn't really vote for change, since the numbers don't reflect CONFIDENCE in this new administration?
When applying for a retail job can you lie on your cv and say that you had worked somewhere when you hadn't, or do employers actually call and check?
I've never lied on my cv and I was thinking if other people are and they're getting the jobs then I might as well!
Encouraging signs like retail sales, income, employment (not unemployment), GDP are all up.
Aren't the Republicans - who just won the election, doing a great job with the economy?
Indirect examples, please.
e.g. A restaurant in front of an auto plant (in a secluded area) would have a customer base comprised mainly of employees from that plant. With a certain amount of those employees having been laid off, the restaurant would be indirectly affected.
I already have Gas stations, retail stores and job employment agencies. I need 2 more suggestions! Thanks
No direct examples, please. e.g. auto parts producers/suppliers.
I am serious here. I can move my retail job with few savings. My parents did not raise me properly but they expect me to finish school. My unemployed mother wants me out of the house soon. Also, I never have gotten a student loan and has no plans of getting one. Transportation alone is a struggle. I could take metro buses and train but is there a very cheap place to rent in Los Angeles?
I've only worked in seasonal and temporary retail jobs since 2007. Will this hurt my chances at finding stable employment? My shortest job was an EIGHT hour shift with Kohl's last year. They only needed us for Black Friday and that was it. (I later found out this is common with the company.) I apply to a lot of places and either get turned down for an interview or after the interview. How can I get experience if these people won't give me a chance? I live in Orange County California. I just someone would give me a chance.
I'm with a temp agency now, but the Kohl's job I found on Snagajob. Plus, they lied to myself and 25 others stating we would work until the end of December.
There are many jobs in a hospital setting, doctors' office, or nursing home that would bring a person into contact with patients. I just was unsure if having worked as a medical secretary with patient contact would count enough to make a good impression on a nursing school application.
Can anyone offer advice?
Generally speaking, what are the previous job backgrounds that really make a good impression on a nursing school application?
In the late 19th hundreds, what factors contributed to increase employment of singe women? I've been doing some reading in my free time, but can't find too, too much on this.