I’m 68, been unemployed since Toys/Babies r Us closed last summer. I also had ankle surgery last August. I’ve was denied twice for unemployment, because of the surgery, and wasn’t cleared to work until December. When I’ve applied for jobs, I was turned away. In the meantime I’m in therapy, for depression. I volunteer at the local humane society. I know I’m being picky at jobs I’m looking for. I need something that’s flexible in the hours. I know…

Hi Nancy Poplawski - I'd recommend reading this conversation too. It may help on your job search!

Best of luck! You can do this!

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How character references can help you land a job

If you have a poor work history, gaps in employment, a criminal record or other problems that are hindering your landing a new job, character references can go a long way in bolstering a prospective employer's confidence in bringing you on board.

Who makes the best character reference? Now don't pad the list with your BFFs and running buddies -- Ha! Take time and give this serious consideration. Business owners and managers whom you know well…

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Super advice. As a Certified Professional Resume Writer, I deal with these issues almost on a daily basis. The type of people you…

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I would love to help you. I don't know if we can post email addresses here or what the policies are. So, not wanting to get thrown…

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Ready to move on..

I recently just quit my job of almost two years and got hired somewhere else. I left my job because our main management had quit and everything was spiriling out of control. However I have been at this new job for less than a month and I already hate it. I want to apply to other places but I don’t want people to think I’m job hopping. How would I go about telling a interviewer my current situation without sounding like a job hopper?

Hi infinitelovexo Coconut - that's a good question. I would simply say that the job opportunity was not what you thought it was…

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Nursery helper

Looking to help with the garden area

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Id like to have a p/t job taking care of plants an asseting costumers to het the right plants for there projects

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Someone please tell me where?

Me and my husband has been working on a farm for 25 years and love it. Now we need to move and find another poultry with housing. I have 2 children and I want stability for them and we have looked and I went on many job websites and I can’t find anything we want to stay on the eastern shore md or Delaware or Virginia preferably Salisbury area if anyone knows of any farms please help me . I so appreciate your help and time. God bless you. Ruthie

Hi Ruth Ennis I am so sorry things have been difficult lately. So if there no farm jobs available you may need to branch out to…

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Professional pet stylist won't take any more crap from employers

I've been through 2 different jobs grooming for unruly bosses...I've been at this for 27 yrs( professional grooming I mean)and I don't have to toletate bosses that ,YELL AT THEIR EMPLOYEES!! But now I'm unemployed....

I am so sorry that happened Jessie Eoff but you are 100% right that you do NOT have to deal with someone who yells at yourself and…

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Ashley Wilson thank you for your imput

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What made me stay at #LakeOzarkStables was

I loved everything about this job. I got to work with horses and super people who wanted to experience their time on horseback. I loved being there everyday and taking care of the horses and all the needs of our guests. I took care of all aspects of this job from feeding and grooming to taking care of the business aspects. It was my dream job for sure!!

What I loved working at #CooperFarms

At Cooper farms they make u welcome here it's a great place too work

What I loved working at #RockingSFarm

I loved the people
Really down to earth

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