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Trina Hamby

Right now there are so many companies hiring.you might have to work somewhere you don't want to just til you find something better

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Joseph Boudoin
1 day ago

I filled out a bunch of applications and I still have no job!

How do I land a job with this job case.com are any other job search?

#motivation

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
1 day ago

McDonald’s USA to Raise Wages!!

McDonald’s will be raising hourly wages for more than 36,500 hardworking employees at McDonald’s-owned restaurants by an average of 10 percent.

“Our first value is taking care of our people, and today we are rewarding our hardworking employees in McDonald-owned restaurants for serving our communities." - Joe Erlinger, President McDonald’s USA

These increases, which have already begun, will be rolled out over the next several months and include shifting the entry level range for crew to at least $11 - $17 an hour, and the starting range for shift managers to at least $15 - $20 an hour based on restaurant location, read more

#McDonalds #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #foodservice #NationWideUSA

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Jennifer Young
Community Specialist
2 days ago

Would you get a vaccine for a million dollars?

In #Ohio if you've had your first COVID vaccination you can enter into a lottery where 5 people will win $1,000,000. Is one million enough to get the shot?

#coronavirus

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Chris Kershaw

Absolutely Not.. think about that, if this "vaccine " was so great everyone would take it so why do they have to bribe you to?? P.S. 7 coaches on a basketball team who all were vaxed now have come down with C19,, Oops guess it's not all that great..

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Dowell Altizer
about 22 hours ago

#interview #hiringevents just want to know if you guys are hiring at PetSmart I love animals I worked at Humane Society for a while yeah I can do the job give me a call #

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Heath Alva
about 24 hours ago

Former foodservice worker and now new career path

The pandemic hit the foodservice industry hard; many servers, bartenders and other roles in the front of the house were laid off, furloughed during the bans on indoor dining.

Were you one of the many that lost their job during the pandemic and have made the decision to change careers? We're interested in your story as we're looking to create a series on Jobcase that features our members stories during the pandemic, how they managed through it and what they're striving for today.

#foodservices #career #coronavirus

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
about 23 hours ago

Arizona offering a $2,000 Back To Work bonus!

Governor Doug Ducey today announced “Arizona Back To Work” — Arizona’s plan to support Arizonans getting back to work, and fill the thousands of jobs available across the state.

Governor Ducey announced Arizona will no longer be taking the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, and instead will offer one-time bonuses to returning workers, along with child care support, educational opportunities and rental assistance.

“In Arizona, we’re going to use federal money to encourage people to work…instead of paying people not to work,” Governor Ducey said.

As the Arizona Republic has reported, many employers report they are having trouble competing with the federal government’s unemployment payments, which are paying individuals more to stay home and not work than to find a job.

Arizona will offer a $2,000 Back To Work bonus for eligible workers — with a goal of getting as many Arizonans as possible to rejoin the workforce by Labor Day, September 6, 2021.

With this new program, Arizona will stop taking the federal government’s pandemic unemployment benefits effective Saturday, July 10. Arizona will also provide support for unemployed individuals seeking to upskill their careers with adult education programs as well as additional child care opportunities.

“With ample supplies of the COVID-19 vaccine on hand and millions of Arizonans vaccinated, people feel safer and are finally returning to life in Arizona as we knew and loved it before,” said Governor Ducey. “People are back in the office, restaurants are at full capacity and tourists are flocking to our state.”

“Although more people are ready to work today in Arizona than before the pandemic, many businesses are struggling to fill vital positions,” the Governor added. “We cannot let unemployment benefits be a barrier to getting people back to work.”

Governor Ducey’s Back To Work program will help individuals transition from unemployment to a new job, and ensure those currently receiving unemployment have support available to help them in this critical step forward.

#Arizona #Mesa #coronavirus #covid #news

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nasr Sahid
1 day ago

Today is awesome?

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Trina Hamby

Today is awesome.smile at someone.it makes their day awesome too

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Rhina Lara

Sería una bendición, comenzar y ante todo el cuido personal y para los clientes

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Terri Morrison

I'm answering because I'm the mother of a current RN and I know what she had to do. The minimum education requirement is an Associate of Science in Nursing degree. That's the 2 year degree. My daughter has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. That's the 4 year degree. Some places will not hire if you don't have a BSN. Getting into nursing programs is competitive. Then getting through the program itself is difficult. My daughter started her program as one of 60 students, halfway through her sophomore year of college. By the end of the 3rd semester, which was the end of her junior year, that 60 students was down to 43. It's hard, very hard. Once she graduated, she had to pass the licensing exam, which she did on her very first attempt. She's been licensed for nearly 2 years now.

That covers the education and licensing part. The rest is just as important. You must have good people skills because you are going to be working with people who are at some of the worst times in their lives. Doesn't totally count if you work in labor & delivery or the nursery, though we all know circumstances can and do get horrible there too. You also have to care about people, want to help, and work for them to get better. Nursing is hard. Do your best to care for yourself.

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