Run a whore house,sell dinners,sell weed,do hair or nails,babysit.Hey im giving you all the options to work from home..Its up to you what you pick ..And if you want to deal with the consequences
@James Stewart If you don’t have experience you’ll have to get certified with a training school. When I first started, I just jumped on a forklift and let my supervisor know I wanted to be certified to drive a forklift. But if you already have experience, just put your work history on your resume.
On another note, unless you plan on becoming a supervisor in the warehouse industry, I recommend getting your Class A. It pays a lot more and you don’t have to deal with different personalities the warehouse has. You’ll also be able to provide for your family comfortably. I can explain the steps on how to obtain a CDL if you are interested.
@Mahmoud Abdallah Personally for me I would say being a virtual assistant. The reason why is you have a flexible schedule, this means that you can work, take breaks, and take vacations when you want to. Low cost in office equipment, you just need your personal computer and other office supplies in order to start working as a Virtual Assistant. You can pick what type of business you want to work for and what type of work you want to do. Work from home, you can do most of the work from your home or any place that has a reliable internet connection.
I sure will. I went in the winter of 2016
@Howard Lane What industry are you looking to get into? If you be a little more specific, myself or another Jobcase member can guide you in the right direction.
With a one-line order, the Supreme Court put disability rights advocates on edge this week. A ruling could essentially rewrite the ADA, which was designed to put enforcement partly in the hands of those best positioned to recognize public access discrimination: those with disabilities.
The court agreed to decide whether disability rights advocates can sue hotels, restaurants, or other businesses that provide public accommodations for violating the anti-discrimination law when the advocates have no intention of patronizing those establishments. In other words, do so-called “testers,” whose sole intention is to force those businesses to comply with the ADA’s accessibility requirements, have standing to sue?
Items like this is why we are gathering together in the Abled Workers Unite group on Jobcase. We need to band together so our voice is heard, not just in this group, but so we can make real change for people with disabilities. Join the Abled Workers Unite group now! And let me hear your thoughts in the comments...
The team asked a few folks to consider what's happened since their first job. This guy has a good suggestion to use throughout your career. What do you wish you knew then that you know now? #WhatIWishIKnew
Once you have a felony on your record, it becomes significantly more challenging to find a job. One promising option for convicted felons is a delivery job. While not every employer will hire someone with a felony conviction, plenty will. Here are a few delivery companies who hire felons; UPS UberEats Instacart RR Transportation DoorDash GrubHub Postmates Amazon Shipt Also many trucking companies will hire felons!
Never lie. Search skills for the job. List the ones you already have.