My community college is partnering with a local manufacturer and offering scholarships for CNC Machinist and Equipment Repair Technician training. It’s a 6 - 12 month program depending on the career choice and a job offer for graduates is almost guaranteed. I’m not sure if it’s worth pursuing.

You all always be in demand if there's metal manufacturing it's a skilled trade

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I have been reading this forum lately and know I am not alone. I'm not the only one at wits end, and I am not the only one frustrated. I bet I have applied to over 100 jobs in the last 6 months and can't even get a call back.

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I have always enjoyed baking and cake decorating. Since 2014 I've made this my side hustle but I would like to get the ball rolling for this to be my main source of income. Can anyone let me know what are the main keys to get started. I have a current job that I am scared to leave due to security and benefits. The leap of faith scares the heck out of me though...

Concentrate with your job then the free times of your time then you can do your baking.

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I will be retiring the end of the summer from a school district in the Special education dept. That I’ve worked at for 16 years. I’m 58 and received a Parkinson’s diagnosis 3 years ago. All my issues are on the left side (I thank God I’m right handed). Can still can do ALOT but only want to work less than 20 hours a week. Scarred to put myself out there but will do it. Side note, I HONESTLY only look in my 40’s but am 58 and will not hide it... see more

Bless your soul. I am sure there is some type of job you can do. Remember to not give up.

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I am looking for a full time job. Morning shift. That at least pays 12.00 an hour. I am interested in working desk jobs, stores, and even makeup. But I only have experience working in the factory and fast food but I don’t want to do that kind of work anymore.

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