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100 Trade Opportunities!

Joe Leavy has desire to train the Carpentry Trade to 100 young men in Placer & Sacramento County, CA. Candidates selected will learn important in demand skills needed to fill future reconstruction jobs in response to the Northern California wildfire.

Sounds like an excellent Second Chance Opportunity for job seekers who face limited to no employment options o due to their past mistakes. Interested? Click on Joe Leavy facebook page and watch his short video describing his message then inbox him for more details.

Go to #JoeLeavy100TradeOpportunities for more details.

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Esteban Fuentes
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Mechanic forklift driver construction job my number 701 470 1125

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Joseph Gant

I'm a network information systems graduate (AAS) degree. what is the first step for the Hologic apprenticeship program. Thanks.

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Joseph, Here's a little info I found about the Hologic apprenticeship: http://www.hologic.com/careers/apprentice-program

Hope this helps!

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Earn While You Learn!

Apprenticeships Are Making a ComeBack in the US Workforce. On the job career training opportunities in...

  • Technology
  • Healthcare
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Heavy Equipment Operation
  • Transportation & Logistics and other major industries are now offering apprenticeship opportunities in order to attract more new workers.

Anyone currently exploring career paths without drowning in college loan debt or career changes with better income and advancement potential should check out the US Department of Labor's Apprenticeship.Gov career site and take advantage of the new job offers and events happening during National Apprenticeships Week.

Go to Apprenticeship.Gov right NOW for more information.

#Apprenticeships #USDOL #HiringEvents #EarnLearn #CarrerChange #CareerTraining

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Deeq Sulub Sulub
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thanks for sharing now I am ready my work practice and process thanks

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NAVNEET KUMAR
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I am ready for work.

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Lets come up with a list.

I am a proponent for on the job training such as apprenticeships, internships and similar opportunities. Instead of sending young adults off to an expensive college for a degree that may not be in demand when they get out.

Lets start a list of companies and organisations that have this option.

#employment #college #education #jobs #job #youngadults #internships #apprenticeships #OnTheJobTraining #training #edu #teens

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Janice Reed
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Hi Mike! That's such a brilliant idea! I really think it could help a lot of people. Thanks for sharing on Jobcase!

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Apprenticeship USA - Get Paid while you Learn!!

There goes another news report about the “skills gap” in the American workforce followed by more talk on the growing cost of a college education. Well, there might be another option........

Did you know that the Federal government allocated 100 million dollars in grants to fund apprenticeship programs throughout the country. The goal to double the number of exisisting apprenticeship programs in order to meet the growing demand for skilled workers in the US, see (http://www.doleta.gov/oa/apprenticeship.cfm).

Apprenticeships have been a proven path to quality employment and the middle class. Programs are being offered within a wide range of industries and careers. Note: This is an employment and career training opportunity for anyone entering the job market, changing careers, or looking to climb the employment ladder.

Follow this link to the ApprenticeshipUSA website (http://www.dol.gov/apprenticeship/) where you can review the program details and look up apprenticeship opportunities within your geographic areas, (http://www.dol.gov/apprenticeship/find-opportunities.htm).

Already in an apprenticeship? Share your experience with all of us in the Jobcase community!

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Resumes and Jobs

Hello everyone,

Has anyone been wondering why they don't get interviews, calls, even E-mails? I know when I first started I wondered why myself. I have finally came to a conclusion on why. Employers first put up a job request filling out all their needs and within a week they receive 7,000-35,000 applications. Imagine you were the employer having to look at 35,000 resumes, or applications daunting is the word. So employers have made ways to cut these applications down. The first way they do so is through their own qualifications. Potential employees whose resumes and applications do not exactly meet their goals are the first to go. This will generally cut the applicants down to 2,000 - 5,000. Next, weird as it may seem spelling. This means if you don't spell correctly, or use improper grammar you're next off the list. Just these two things can usually cut the list down by 75-80%!!!

Now the employer has to dig through roughly 500-1000 applicants calling and making arrangements for an interview. Which if you are at the bottom of that list by the time you get the appointment they probably have the position filled.

So how does one get a job? Patience. In a lot of cases just opening a phone book and calling places that are in there can land a job. Also, going to places owners and managers would hang out might work. Networking with friends and families can land a job. Now about those college students caught with the degree and education but no real experience.

The best way to start experience is through apprenticeship! Apprenticeship is specifically designed to teach you on-the-job skills you will need to further your career. You can usually find an apprenticeship program open through your local government website, or you can do a search at https://www.dol.gov/featured/apprenticeship Depending on the timing you may find one TODAY!☺

Hopefully this helps any job applicants and maybe some seasoned professionals.

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Genevieve Legrand
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Thank you for sharing this, Jason!

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Why don't more companies develop Apprenticeship programs for HS Grads?

College is slowly but surely phasing out as a viable option for HS seniors. Not only because of the the astronomical tuition cost but mostly due to the inability to secure an industry related job without prior experience. I think it's time for corporate america to step in and create a better option.

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Tawnyna Kokx
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Yes, however, there are many times where you can get into a student internship and get paid for it. this will greatly increase your chances and gain experience for future jobs after graduation from college. Most of the times the workplace does not have to pay for these student internships as well. Now, businesses cannot legally have unpaid internships or apprenticeships if there is a position that could be a paying position.

My student internship in a HR department helped me greatly!

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As a retired journeyman machinery mechanic, I was able to pursue my degree in management while I continued to work for them. However, when I graduated, I wasn't going to be allowed to function in that role. I was going to be an adult "babysitter". I didn't go to school for 6 years part time to be an adult babysitter. The apprenticeship route is a great route for employers who want to keep employees motivated to stay with them.

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How You Can Bypass Hiring Managers

A good idea for you is to look into apprenticeships. They let you learn a trade and get paid while you do it, so you don't need to take out loans for school or whatever. No one talks about these anymore, but they are a great option. The government has a pretty good list: https://www.careeronestop.org/toolkit/training/find-apprenticeships.aspx?newsearch=true

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Roger Kaur
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There are all kinds of apprenticeships now days, not just for typical trades like being an electrician. Getting paid to learn is a pretty sweet deal.

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Earn While You Learn!

Apprenticeships Are Making a ComeBack in the US Workforce. On the job career training opportunities in Technology, Healthcare, Advanced Manufacturing, Heavy Equipment Operation, Transportation & Logistics and other major industries are now offering apprenticeship opportunities in order to attract more new workers.

Anyone currently exploring career paths without drowning in college loan debt or career changes with better income and advancement potential should check out the US Department of Labor's Apprenticeship.Gov career site and take advantage of the new job offers and events happening during National Apprenticeships Week.

Go to Apprenticeship.Gov right NOW for more information.

#Apprenticeships #USDOL #HiringEvents #EarnLearn #CarrerChange #CareerTraining

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