I would love to see more families making use of the library. We are constantly reviewing books, removing older books, adding new books.
I wanted to start children’s programs. I’m working on a CAGS in Arts Leadership at PSU, and this seemed a great opportunity to begin an after school program. This is a challenge with our hours: we are open Monday mornings, Tuesday afternoons, Wednesday late afternoons, and as of September 2019 Sunday... see more

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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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I have to agree, they will give you NO notice to let you go, so why fortify THEIR workforce to help them, when they... see more

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Finding jobs as a singer is exceptionally hard because everyone always wants experience. How can I gain experience if no one will hire me due to not having experience?

Hopefully someone will give you an opportunity. If you're good at what you do and strive to be the best, you will... see more

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Anyone who asked I would tell them they will enjoy it

Finally after 18 months.......

I work as a seasonal sales associate at my favorite store known as Papersource. I had previous expereince there before and knew the managers within one of the locations so she hooked me up with the job. In addition, I work as a part time virtual assistant for someone who owns a book store and i'm currently re designing her website.

It may not be the jobs in my field.. (I'm a graphic designer) but any job is... see more

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Outstanding news, Jackie! What a way to wrap up a holiday season! Best fortune to you in your new endeavor... see more

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Im looking for a job to help pay, something to work with people since communication is my best key

Erica Perez and Cynthia Ordaz -- To access the job search feature here on Jobcase, go to the top of the page and... see more

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So, since my last post, I've left my first shift job at Wornick. It left me physically drained. I still work my second shift job at pizza hut as a driver. But that's gonna come to end soon. I'm still in school for audio engineering. I have about one month left there and two before graduation. On top of that, I'm going through a divorce after only three years. It hurts but I'm managing. Life is rough for me right now but I'm only hoping for the... see more

Good advice; Definitely a tough situation, but you are on the right track. Focus on your goals, make them happen... see more

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Hey there,

This is the second post in Find Your Future’s original content series!

https://bit.ly/2LJJ8xQ

For those out there who have landed their first job interviews, this content is an interview question guide for you. Towards the end of interviews, employers will usually ask you if you have any questions about the company or the role you’re applying for.

We’ve got 5 important questions in this guide for you to add to your question list... see more

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so inspiring, from a motivational cog.

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I've been having a bit of trouble for the past two months finding a job, every job that I've applied to here in Michigan did not contact me back. I used to live in PA where I had experience in warehouse working and I had no problem finding a job then but ever since i moved back here its been a struggle because my aunt was so kind enough to let me stay here she just wants me to get a job and I'm searching still and nothing for now and I dont want... see more

Try not to get discouraged and keep on grinding. Maybe try asking friends and relatives if their jobs are hiring... see more

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I have a friend who does mural art on motorcycles. He is a really great artist but is experiencing stress while looking for a job to support his family. I asked him just recently how many clients he would need to make $8,400 monthly. (I picked that number because it’s right around the 6 figures a year mark) he told me 4, then a light went on in his mind. He had been so focused on getting a job he forgot the goal was money.

We must always... see more

Believe it folks.. It works.. think about it!!! Lol... think myself successfully exceeding anyone’s expectations... see more

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Elizabeth Chapman great share!

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They treat their employees well but the hours are grueling especially at peak time and it’s usually not a permanent position!but pay is great and the work isn’t hard just long hours!!!

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