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I have work history been in construction animals children and caretaking how do you put that in a applica or n?ot I have qualifications and experiences but no proof what do I do ? #disabled #advice #jobsearch #application #motivation #interview #workfromhome

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You can work from home but you have to go through Ticket to work program.

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Stay at Home Job or Remote Job

Sounds great if you have the money for the site to help you.

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Dishpan hands.

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When you're looking for a new job, it's easy to get caught up in the fancy names of different positions. But did you know that what's even more important than a job title is your job skills? Here's why you should focus on your job skills, not just the fancy name of your job.

Imagine you're building a big tower out of blocks. The blocks are like your job skills - the things you know how to do well. When you have a lot of blocks, you can build a taller and stronger tower. That's like having a lot of job skills, which makes you a valuable employee.

Now, imagine the tower has a sign on it that says "King of the Tower." That's like a job title. But even if you have a fancy job title, if your tower (your skills) is not strong, it won't stay up for long. So it's important to focus on building up your skills, so you can have a strong foundation to support your job title.

When you're looking for a new job, don't just focus on the name of the job. Look at what skills you'll need to do it well, and think about how you can show that you have those skills. That way, you'll be more likely to get hired and do a great job, no matter what it's called.

Examples of job skills:

1) Communication

2) Problem-solving

3) Time management

4) Teamwork

5) Leadership

6) Adaptability/Flexibility

7) Customer Service

Think about how your background or previous jobs contributed to building a particular skill-set. How did you work as a team or on team projects? How did you use your communication skills to help clients or customers? Recall a time when you had to adjust or change course on a project. The point is to focus on skills and communicate those strengths when talking to employers (and during interviews) so you'll be well on your way to your next job.

#jobsearch #interview #advice #wordsofadvice #resume

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I am a Sales professional with over 20 years of enterprise software and security sales experience. I have proven ability to identify and close large opportunities through outstanding business development and relationship management skills. I have a positive attitude and have excellent communication/presentation and interpersonal skills.

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Please email me ! I’m looking to start in a week I except training if needed ! Thank you! 😊

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I would suggest not trusting any jobs asking you to pay for anything. Jobcase offers many resources you can utilize for your search . You can start by using this link to Resources for remote jobs.

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I worked for home depot for 5 months before they started refusing to work with my disability condition as a cashier. I have 2 kids under 7 to take care of. I have been denied disability and social security since 2004 when I was diagnosed with my condition after a major accident. How can I make $600 a month with kids schedule and my condition if no one will even consider me for an interview?

On top of everything my doctor is refusing to get me the medication to manage my condition.

I have Multiple sclerosis, asthma and scoliosis of the spine. Don't suggest smoking as I go into anaphylaxis shock. #termination #unemployment #advice

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Hello Im a professional Witherspoon experience in diferents job administrative, manager,hospitality , restaurant and pharmacy sales

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We was all young and dumb once (well maybe some wasn’t)! Tell me how you are to better yourself with 7-3 yr old chargers 2 felonies almost 8 yrs ago and several misdemeanors that happened a long time ago!! I have participated and successfully completed every single class that was given to me past every drug test attend every appointment worked my butt off to get where I am today. Tell me why I got turned down 15 jobs last year now one so far this year, how can I support myself or my Child if I can’t get a job anywhere or smy record because my fines are not paid. I called this race schism I don’t care I have tried. I am a good person and a wonderful worker dependable, reliable, trustworthy all the above. I go above & beyond anything everything I do I can’t get a job anywhere not even a yard sale anyone have any advice for this?

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What do you want to do ?

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