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I got another job on my lockdown. I did not use unemployment. I need stimulus to spend not keep so economy is better and no laid off .

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Lucky Paul
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Congrats

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George Wharton
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Congrats

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My dream job is...

Medical Case Management department Supervisor, if well supported by

  1. a trainer for new Case Managers
  2. computer program assistance for frequent auditing, so that staff and Management are well informed
  3. Direct contact in many departments of the company with whom Supervisor or staff Case Manager can interact with to resolve the member/patient pre and post service situations, quickly.
  4. Close interaction with Manager/Director of Medical Management to coordinate Utilization Management and Case Management efforts to assist members/patients in optimal outcomes which is the best way to save money. #casemanagement
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Rafael Angel LopezFerrer Sr.
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I read your profile and it is well thought-out. You know what you want, which means that you'll get what you want.

Hiring Managers: Hire her already!

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Marta Trevino
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My dream job as well. I'm still looking.

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Bass Pro Shops hiring 5,000 NationWide!

Bass Pro Shops hiring up to 5,000 new full & part-time employees nationwide-USA!

Job opportunities include In-Store Sales/Service, Warehouse/Distribution, Call Center Customer Service and more!

Team benefits include competitive wage potential, holiday and vacation pay, flexible hours and merchandise discounts at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s. Health, dental, and life insurance programs are available for eligible team members.

Discover local job opportunities and application instructions today at https://www.basspro.com

#hiringevents #hiringnews #HiringNow

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Rafael Angel LopezFerrer Sr.
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If I were looking for a job, I'd be hooked! To all this, when is Bass Pro Shops going to open a store south of Rancho Cucamonga, like closer to San Diego?

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Bridgett Irving
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Wow They need a lot of people to work there

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IT'S ON THE WAY...! [IBYC]

#Motivation

I'm telling you the truth...(READ THIS)

Each person will pass through a traumatic moment in their life which can dampen their strength, attitude and spirit to succeed.

HOWEVER...You can make it, if you try.

Each morning you should start your day with a positive affirmation. For example...

1) Speak something positive into your heart and mind. 2) Say NO to the negative voice of disbelief inside you. 3) Hold the dream, thought or aspiration of what you need. 4) Whisper your desires into the expanse of the Universe.

Ask and believe -Act and receive and everything, It's On The Way.

I Believe You Can...!

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#MyThoughts

Are you allowing jobs to pass you? Often times we can get sidetracked and distracted by our daily life allowing jobs to past you by. Last week I held a town hall Leadership meeting with employers and employees. One topic that stuck out is a lack of preparing for the interview. When answering questions do you use the UM, I Don’t Know? Not Sure? Guess So? I Think? When employers ask where do you see yourself in 5 years from now? Why not respond by including seeing yourself in a management position? What benefit would it be to hire you? Make yourself valuable to the hiring person is the key to winning them over. Just My Thiughts! #workfromhome #interview #healthcare #ridesharedriver #hiringevents #jobsearch #coronavirus #foodservices #application #deliverydriver

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Interesting #thoughts here Michael. The 5 year career outlook and self promoting value line of questioning are always important and worth considering when preparing for an upcoming interview.

However, I think it’s easy to overlook a 5 year career goals when we’re in the mist of all this employment uncertainty and embarking on job a search journey while struggling through a tremendous sense of financial urgency.

I need a job right now... seems to be the overwhelming concern for a lot of job seekers today. Folks are looking for the quickest way to find a means to an end before they’re in a safe place to consider and explore long term career goals.

Nevertheless, having meaningful responses to these and other related interview questions are essential in order to land good job opportunity today.

Thanks for raising his awareness!

Hey, quick question… have you ever heard of an Undercover CNA? Erin recently shared her dream job goals in her recent post, My dream job is... Traveling undercover CNA.

It sounds a lot like something a ‘secret shopper’ would do right.

Do you know if this is an actual job? Is this the right job title? Sounds like an important job but i’m not sure I’ve actually seen anything related to this job description within the healthcare industry. Any ideas?

Hope you and your family are all doing well. Have a Fantastic Weekend! :-)

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Hi, I'm looking for a job that has worked at home or remotely status. Comment down below your email and I'll send my resume.

#Socialmediamarketing #VirtualAssistant #CSR #EmailMarketing #BusinessDevelopment #Remotely #workfromhome

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Lenin Pina
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Hi Eunice, your post mentions you're interest in remote (work from home) job options within the Administrative Assistant and Marketing/Social Media/Digital areas. I've added some job leads for your review below but for better results I would suggest that you take a few moments to add/update your resume and location information onto your Jobcase profile. Doing this will enable other members and employers to connect you with job options that best fit your career goals and immediate job interests.

Take a look at the leads leads below and reach back out to me if you have any questions. Thanks

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Hi! I'm Vaida Almeter, I'm 16 years old. And I have experience with cooking, alot of cleaning, child and animal care. I'm a quick learner, I have great communication skills, I'm always on time, I have a uplifting happy personality. I'm looking for any kind of job, I live in Tucson Arizona. Thank you! #jobsearch #application #resume #firstjob #foodservices #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents

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Cynthia Brown
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I live in Charlotte NC

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Cynthia Brown
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Need legit job work from Home COVID-19 is bad here all the starbucks are closed they had breakout I think that we’re I got it

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I need a job asap to take care of my family #unemployment

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Ken Hardesty
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WHEN YOU ARE WORN OUT NEVER GETTING YOUR CALLS ANSWERED AND CAN'T LOGIN TO FILE AN UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIM...

HERE'S THE INFO YOU NEED TO CONTACT THE: TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION (TWC) - EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP OFFICES.

DON'T BE SHY - GIVE THEM A CALL, LEAVE A MESSAGE ON THEIR RECORDER - BE POLITE AND CALM - LEAVE YOUR NAME, PHONE NUMBER, SS#, AND DATE OF BIRTH - LEAVE THE SAME MESSAGE ON BOTH PHONE NUMBERS BELOW.

SOMEONE WILL CALL YOU BACK IN 3-5 DAYS - THEY ARE VERY NICE, HELPFUL AND HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS.

IF YOU DON'T HEAR FROM ANYONE IN 3-5 DAYS, THEN CALL THEM BACK AGAIN.

IF YOU ARE HAVING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, THEN LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH BOTH PEOPLE LISTED BELOW, AND KEEP CALLING THEM EVERYDAY.

TELL THEM YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY ISSUE AND NEED HELP IMMEDIATELY IF THAT IS THE CASE.

THEY WILL TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR PROBLEMS - JUST REMEMBER, THEY ARE DEALING WITH MILLIONS OF TEXAN CUSTOMERS THAT LIKEWISE HAVE THE SAME DIFFICULTIES THAT YOU ARE EXPERIENCING.

HERE YOU GO:

TWC Website:

https://www.twc.texas.gov/executive-staff#executiveDirector

Executive Director Ed Serna Phone: 512-305-9636 Contact the Executive Director

Mr. Ed Serna is the executive director of the Texas Workforce Commission charged with day-to-day operations of the agency including implementation of policies set by the commission.

Deputy Executive Director Randy Townsend Phone: 512-463-2698 Contact the Deputy Executive Director

In addition to responsibilities as the Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Townsend also directs the divisions providing core internal services that include:

Business Operations Business Transformation/RPI Finance Information Technology

My hope is that my words will help, assist and encourage you in your time of need - We've all been there dealing with the CORONA -19 issues.

Be Calm, Stay Safe and patient - Eat healthy and drink a lot of water in the coming days when we hit the triple-digit temperatures. Be sure to exercise in the early mornings with pets/kids while the temps are more reasonable.

Just hang in there - Help is on the way if you follow the directions above.

If you are out of food, call Brother Bills in Dallas, or the Dallas Salvation Army - they will get you squared away immediately.

God Bless.

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Ken Hardesty
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July 10, 2020

Texas Workforce Commission -

   RE: Reminder to TWC Unemployment Insurance ("UI") Claimants:

The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Insurance ("UI") Compensation, regarding the additional $600 per week, will cease further payments for the last benefit week payment ending on July 25, 2020.

The CARES Act was passed by the U.S. Congress. TWC is responsible for overseeing the payments but only the U.S. Congress can extend the Act.

Question: Will I continue to receive my state Unemployment Insurance ("UI") benefits?

Answer: Yes. You will continue to receive your state Unemployment Insurance ("UI") benefits for as long as you are eligible.

Question: Why is the additional $600/week ending?

Answer: TWC does not have the authority to extend the $600 a week benefit.

The additional $600/week is part of the CARES Act that was passed by the U.S. Congress on March 15, 2020, and signed on March 27, 2020.

TWC is responsible for overseeing all payments, but only the U.S Congress can extend the Act any further.

Question: When is my last payment with the additional $600/week?

Answer: If you request payment for the weeks of 7/18/20 and 7/25/20 you will receive the additional $600 for both weeks.

* If you request payment for the weeks of 7/25/20 and 8//20, you will ONLY receive the additional $600 for the week of 7/25/20 *

The $600.00 benefit ENDS on 7/25/2020.

Question: Why does the additional $600/week end in Texas on 7/25/20 when the CARES Act lists 7/31/20?

Answer: The CARES Act provides federal reimbursement to states for an additional $600 per week. The Act states that the program ends July 31, 2020, but benefits must be discontinued before the end of the month because the federal law states that TWC cannot pay partial week benefits.

The last full benefit week for the extra $600 is for the week ending July 25, 2020.

As a result, only payment requests for weeks ending on or before July 25, 2020, can include the additional $600.

*** Keep your fingers crossed that when our Representatives and Senators return from their 3-week hiatus (vacation), they provide the additional $600.00 per week going forward.

For more information about the CARES Act or your unemployment benefit, please visit our FAQ page.

Those in need of local assistance with utilities or rent are encouraged to call 211.

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I'm looking for clerical jobs in Frederick, MD21701 #workfromhome

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Bonnie Berger
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I have a lot of Receptionist, Customer service, transcription, phone service experience. I'm looking for p/t work.

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Kristina Raines
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I too am looking for a work from home jobs because of physical disabilities.

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