Almost entirely impossible. Each and every notice I have received have included jobs I am neither interested in or qualified for. I was a math teacher over 20+ years, but I get a notice from one site that I'm a good match for pediatrician in a local practice. I try to unsubsidized and still get these fake notices. People can't workers b/c lookers are getting scammed on these sites. Jim
Ronnie, look into logistics, safety training, compliance with DOT/OSHA. Depending how how much experience you have, you can turn truck driving into a safety career, as I did. Look into your local colleges, trade school and truck driving schools. Look into getting certification from NATMI(.org), or state trucking associations. You can still drive if you are medically qualified with a loss foot or arm wavier - kind of a pain to get, and your truck has to be modified to fit your current limitations. What state are you located and I'll see what information I can find out for you. Did you lose your leg due to a work comp accident? If so, there may be training available to get you re employable.
Unless you are studying to become a veterinary doc or tech, set your sights higher.
Melissa, I agree 100% every job you do will teach something beneficial if you try to learn everything you can.
Yes I'm willing and able
Bills don't pay there selfs
I'm telling you the truth...
The framework and challenge of passing an interview has been around forever, as people phrase it today.
Fast-forward, today, people are still struggling with getting one foot in the door, and two-feet out to celebrate a win.
In March let's talk about a "corny expression" called: How to pass a "doggone" interview.
You'll learn some interesting things, and you'll be glad that you did.
I Believe You Can...!