I've acquired an MBA in business administration in 2013 and wasn't able to get a job in my field of study, been applying on every jobsite there is and nothing or its you need experience. How is one to acquire experience if there not willing to accept or allow you through the door. Now I'm stuck paying student loans.
Good evening folks! My time at World Wide Technology has come to a close, and I am actively looking to explore new opportunities in the logistics management/supply chain world.
I have a strong customer-facing background across several verticles, including logistics, materials management, supply chain, and corporate focuses. I am an out-of-box thinker and a USMC veteran.
I am focusing on the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, and also open to remote opportunities.
Who is ready to have an exploratory conversation this week?
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This is my day of application. I am looking forward to seeing which door God opens for me and what His plan for me will be. Up until now, every one has been interesting and informative.
Looking for opportunities in PLM - strategist with 30+ years of experience. Consulting or director level fulltime.
I am reaching publicly reaching out to find an opportunity for employment. I have two B.A.'s and currently am finishing up my MBA with two specializations. I have been unemployed for four years (or maybe a little longer), but I have been actively in school.
My degrees are in accounting, and business information systems. My MBA specializations are finance, and information technology. If anyone know of a reputable employer or entrepreneur, please... let me know.
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Im lookoing for anything business related. Have degree in business sciences and would like to expand my horizons from telephone customer service to something more advanced. I'm comfortable with verious software, team player, dependable, flexible and on time.
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