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Jason McLain
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I know Uhaul hires work at home , for reservations for truck rentals.

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Betty Gainey
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I understand if you are good with the computer and various programs there is a website called www.upworks.com and companies hire people to do contract positions. The positions vary and some could be permanent other smaller jobs. Also, having garage sales may produce extra income. If you have the stuff to sell you can consider selling at the flea markets. You can get a food safety license online Mine cost $19.00 and you can work doing food sampling at your local grocery stores. I have worked with thebigorangetalentportal.com They will send you different events in your area and you pick which ones you want to do some pay I usually get paid $75 for four hours. You get paid a month out but if you start doing the events at a weekly routine it doesn't take long before you are making steady pay. Then the food safety license can lead to other positions. Check and register with staffing companies can help too. Babysitting positions. Call centers are now offering positions working from your own home. Also selling items on ebay.com or Amazon.com, also the Facebook marketplace. I have sold a car, jewelry, and a gemstone on the FaceBook marketplace They are now set up to include shipping so you can print your shipping label and ship directly to your customers. They pay through the site just like eBay and you get paid shortly afterward. They are offering no fees through December. I hope this helps. I have been looking for a steady position since January. But have struggled for some time now. I guess we just have to be creative.

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Sergio Navas
about 5 years ago
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Hello i need find a Job

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Sindy Zamora
28 days ago
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Looking for work as a courtesy clerk near me. #careeradvice

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Rhonda Thomson
about 5 years ago
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I graduated high school and dont know what to do next

I’m not sure if I should go to the community college I’ve been considering or just start working right away. I know a degree can be really good but I also really need money because my family can’t support me. Is it worth going to school? What should I do for money? I’ve thought about working part time but I’m afraid it wont be enough.

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mark jenkins
about 5 years ago
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Mark Alan Jenkins

I am very interested in discussing the possibility of a career with Dollar General. I bring a tremendous amount of retail and customer service history to the table. Thank you for taking the time to consider me for the mgr. of your Riverside store in Sioux City, Iowa.

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Deonne'I Davis
9 days ago
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Cover letter advise

I am wanting to change career fields. Cover letters stress me out. I enjoy writing. However, I am at a loss as to where to begin with my cover letter and how to write a cover letter that's eye catching. Any suggestions? #careeradvice #coverletter

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Debbie Sassan
about 5 years ago
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Criminal Justice job

Looking for a criminal justice position and not having any luck. Anyone know a better way of going about job searching?

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi David, Do you have a specific area in Georgia you are looking, or just anywhere in the state? Here are some available positions at engineering firms in the state. You can narrow this down by choosing a specific city or position. http://bit.ly/1CV332W

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Christina Ramos
about 5 years ago
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Customer service

Hello my name is Christina Ramos, I live in ormond Beach and am currently looking for work.

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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5 days ago
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You'll Never Please Everyone...and That's Okay.

There is so much advice out there about what job seekers need to do to please every person they come across.

Forget it.

Understand that not every position or hiring manager or company is going to be the right fit for you…and that’s just fine.

Do what is in your control and just be your best professional self when interviewing. Be prepared, be engaging, and show interest in the company and the role.

If someone at a company doesn’t “like” what they see, then great! You would rather know that before starting at a new company than after a few months.

As a job seeker, you’re looking for one good fit, not 100. The right company will value you just as you are.

#jobsearch #wordsofadvice #advice #careeradvice

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