Federal, state and local laws protect employees from discrimination by age, race, gender, national origin, citizenship, disabilities, marital status, sexual orientation, arrest and conviction record, military discharge status, pregnancy status and even salary history. The purpose of a job interview is to determine whether someone has the ability to do the job.

Here's a short list of questions that are unlawful for an interviewer to ask:

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I'm sorry. You are absolute right, and also wrong.
In the privacy of an interview, an employer can ask you... see more

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One of the most productive pieces of career advice I got in my early years out of college was my first manager telling me to always dress for and act for the next role I want, so that when opp opens up I am a natural to be considered. That worked in my early banking career quite well.

Nowadays part of my role is to identify new leaders. I don't really look or care about attire (Sorry Mr. Phinney, that worked in 20th-century banking but not in... see more

I am a very young 55 yr old girl. Does Delta hire on age basis?

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The number of job sites these days seems overwhelming!? So many places to log in, give your info to and then you see the same jobs? Of course you can't keep track of what you have and have not applied for... then someone finally calls you and you have to try to remember what job they're talking about or when you applied?

Anyone have this experience? Any tips on sites to use or how to keep track of it all?

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This is a huge pain point for online job seekers today Michael Abram . I's so glad you brought this up! Another... see more

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In warehouse, retail and food service, many of the jobs are very similar and the challenges the same (scheduling, working with customers, completing repetitive tasks, etc.). What motivates you to make a move? Reputation, brand, incrementally better pay, something else? So many of our employer partners are asking, sometimes begging for the solution that will fill their open roles. How can they get you to move?

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It's not my field, but I know enough people in those fields that I'm certain pay is the top variable followed by... see more

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Excellent feedback Mark Jorges . Thanks you.

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Uber and Lyft is a great way to earn a income if you have a good vehicle,the determination to work a steady schedule and you are a good driver! Although the expense is a little high it's still a good way to earn extra income. The majority of your riders are great and they will show you respect if yo u treat them well. Lyft will pay you bonuses just for completing rides and give you many discounts on car repairs and maintenance. This is... see more

WOW, this is fantastic information Timothy Nevel , Thank you. How long have you been driving for these companies... see more

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Lenin Pina Yes! During my first New Years Eve! I picked up a group of girls from New York and I was there only... see more

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So I have a job that pays minimum wage, but my dad upped my rent to a thousand, and now I need to find a full time job any ideas of what a high school graduate could do for a full time position? I'm desperate!

Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.

I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.

I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.

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Show some enthusiasm, smile, show your employer that you are interested and eager to learn. Always look your employer in the eyes. Sit straight up position and don't be afraid to ask questions pertaining the position available for you. Be a people person. Be polite, and let them feel like you can do the job. Have enough confidence in yourself. Don't be doubtful, and think the the job is too hard for you to handle. And last but not least, have a... see more

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Very good advice Robert! Everything you said was completely true and this should happen at each and every... see more

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Ive been dealing with alot of issues i only was an intern as an activity assistant in an elder home called sophia snow place but really i feel like i want a stable part time job. I am a streamer and tarot reader i started my business but im not earning any money because it takes time. I have business skills but i havent gotten to college cus i dont do well i teach myself at a slow pace. I have bipolar disorder on disability and i need something... see more

Hello Diane, Im sorry you’re having a hard time with employment but if you would like entertainment, I would most... see more

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I been looking for construction jobs since I got out of college I been helping people out with big projects and everything for good price been putting applications out there but they want more experience people how do I get experience without getting work. But I'm gonna keep looking.

The best piece of advice I heard from someone in the construction industry:

"Find a neat, orderly job going on, or... see more

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I was talking with my little cousin last night, and he told me he's looking for his #FirstJob - exciting, right?! He was asking for advice and wanted to know my opinion on where he should work.

My advice to him was:

  1. Stay confident
  2. Ask questions
  3. Be early
  4. Work hard

It got me thinking about where I've been since joining the workforce. I now work as a Community Specialist here at Jobcase - but it was quite a journey to get here!!

I started... see more

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