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Jakub Marynowski

I am not against employers checking Facebook or other public site. It’s important to know that your right to privacy is out the window when posting online for the world to see.

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Kate DCamp

If it’s work from home you shouldn’t need to be in the location. Broaden your search.

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Maria Roxana Cader Acuña

Skills: be focus what is happening around you, if somebody wants to cross, or is a hazard near, like things, oil. Look forward enought to turn your hazard lights before brake to alert the one behind you; check frecuently, every minute your mirrors; and check the mirrors tre times before change lines.

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Mike Bee

Why not look up the company, what it does and what your job would be doing. Think up answers to questions they might ask you about how you can be an asset to the company.

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Michael Frash
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Jobcase community, here's the situation. I was talking to my cousin at Thanksgiving, he got a job working nightshift at a supermarket and had been doing it for a month. He's happy to be making good money and adding to his savings --- but he told me he felt like he's "sold his soul" and he "doesn't understand how people can work 40+ hours a week". Then it got darker, he said he literally can't do it - he said he'd rather be homeless. The look he gave me was dead serious.

I took a deep breath and told him I remember those feelings out of college and looking for/starting my first job. I told him to think about the things in life that make him happy, that he enjoys doing. Then figure out how to gain experience and knowledge to pursue them as a career. AND -- most importantly, I told him, "you have time".

What would you have said? #advice #firstjob

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Paul Baker
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Having a tough time landing a job? Here are 3 tips to overcome that feeling of rejection

When you’re looking for a job, being rejected is nearly impossible to avoid. That doesn’t mean that it still doesn’t hurt! You could be sending in applications and not hearing anything, or you could be getting all the way to the end of a hiring process only to be passed up for another candidate. Whatever the situation may be, rejection while job seeking can feel difficult to bounce back from.

If left unchecked, these negative feelings can begin to sabotage your job search, so it's important to refocus yourself when you start to feel down about employer rejections.

One thing you can do: Understand what you can control. so it’s important to balance your understanding of what you can’t control with what you can control. If you feel powerless to succeed, you may feel like there’s no point in trying which can give you less energy to try.

Read about the 3 tips to overcome rejection while job seeking, and comment with how you successfully deal with job rejections.

#jobsearch #rejection #KeepGoingYouCanDoIt

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Dolores Silvers

Walmart treats their employees like dirt. My pregnant daughter in law requested a chair to sit in while she was a checker. Her request was refused!! And people wonder why nobody wants to work. People are tired of being treated like crap.

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Mattie Comer

Working for any casino in LV can be tough. Some have very strict policies all employees must follow.

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