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I'm looking for skilled-trade jobs in Flint, MI that pay cash-in-hand (ex: yard work, painting). I'm looking to pay off a tuition balance so I can go back to school (community college). Any websites w...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/10/2012
I am re writing my resume to be more suited for a skilled trade job. I am not sure what I should put in the objectives category any suggestions would be helpful.
2 answers - Asked By: Tiny Tims Opinions Below - 6/28/2010
Which do you see as the most rewarding. By skilled trade I mean Electrician.
4 answers - Asked By: Jimenez2007 - 4/4/2008
What do they mean? pros and cons on each? please and thank you
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4 answers - Asked By: mrs spikes - 11/20/2009
College is not for me, but neither is the 9 to 5 minimum wage deal either. I live here in Omaha, which is very unsatisfactory to me. I'm about to graduate high school in May, and need a big change of ...
2 answers - Asked By: Frank - 4/11/2009
Ive been thinking about my future now and i dont really know what i want to be. I'm not really an academic student but im more of a hands on person.
1 answers - Asked By: s3200n - 10/17/2009
Would a PC repair man be considered a skilled trade?
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3 answers - Asked By: - THA dOGFATHER - - 6/21/2008
Building Trades.I am able to read blue prints , plan, direct, and coordinate a wide variety of construction projects, including the building of all types of residential homes . I can supervise the con...
1 answers - Asked By: marie - 7/20/2009
I'm applying for the peacecorps, and since I haven't started college yet, the site says I need a skilled trade. I'm a writer, news reporter, works with technolgy, professional photography, good tea...
1 answers - Asked By: Curious Kitsune - 12/14/2008
By trade skill, I mean an Electrician.What does the Yahoo Answers Community think???
1 answers - Asked By: Jimenez2007 - 4/7/2008
3 answers - Asked By: Jimenez2007 - 4/8/2008
These tax cuts have been in place for several years. The rationale was to remove a financial burden from the "job creators." So can someone explain, using specific examples, how the "job creators" hav...
9 answers - Asked By: AxiomOfChoice - 7/29/2011
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I am in grade 11 considering taking a semester at a trade school to learn a trade. Just wondering what the differences are between joinery and carpentry. Also is anyone has done an apprenticeship in...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/4/2009
I was told by an immigration agency who specialise in immigration to canada that a heavy goods driver class 1 & 2 qualifies as a trade to get over to canada under heavy plant machinery operative can s...
1 answers - Asked By: James C - 6/27/2009
Has anyone from The GTA (Greater Toronto Area) Found it hard to find a company to take you on as an apprentice in any of the major Skilled Trades? And If you didn't have many problems finding one, is...
1 answers - Asked By: tommy y - 10/8/2008
Hi, I am currently in school and to be honest with a kid I need a job that pays me more then what I make, a lot more. I know the trades can pay well and I have always wanted to learn a trade. I don't ...
4 answers - Asked By: dave j - 5/25/2012
My partner and our family have been excepted on skilled visa to move to australia we are looking at going to perth but are a bit concerned about the job front my partner is a qualified plumber and gas...
3 answers - Asked By: Charlene - 3/12/2009
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