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Ina Britton
over 3 years ago
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Cashier

I need a new job because the job I have now they dropped my insurance

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Arnell M Walker
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Sorry, when they dropped the insurance did the give you names of companies you may talk to? You might be surprise was the insurance taken out of you check or did the company the full amount. Ask personnel department if they may have any suggested companies. Was it full coverage or no, gather your information and decide. Talk to the Unemployment office although you are not unemployed they may can assist you in this matter.

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Johnny Dunn
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Did you try the Affordable Care Act site? To find out what plans are available to you, call your state insurance department (or check its website) and ask for contact information for approved health insurance plans, including Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage plans, private insurance plans and Health Exchange (ACA) plans.

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Ashley Oldfield
over 3 years ago
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Dog Stylist

Hi I'm looking for a second job while also working full-time​. Something online if possible.

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Genevieve Legrand
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Hello Ashley, You may want to look at this post from a couple weeks ago about available work at home positions: https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/efa4ea67-d5f7-59dd-9751-e46232cb8f73 I think it would be very helpful for you. Best of luck!

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Lee Raines
over 3 years ago
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large church custodian

i am just looking for a part time job to combine with present position. looking for 20 to 25 hours per week

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Lee: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Here’s how to see who’s hiring for part-time work near you:

  • Click on the “Jobs & Companies” text at the top of this page
  • Enter the type of job role you're looking for
  • Click the blue search button If you see something that looks interesting, just click View Job and follow the instructions to apply. Don’t forget to follow up on your applications a few days after applying. Let us know how it works out for you!
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Errick Freeman
over 3 years ago
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Aspiring Creative.

I live in a very sports oriented, industrial town. I work a full-time plus job that is high stress and physical labor, and demanding of my life even outside of work. I have great benefits, and that's one of a very few reasons I endure the dehumanizing job. I have been looking for employment elsewhere for the past few months, but because of the market I'm in it's proving to be a challenge. I did have to go to the next city, 30 minutes north of me to get the job I have currently. I've been at my job almost 10 years and have become a senior tech, because of my company's turnover rate is ridiculous. Anyone that's lasts more than 3 years is not a common thing. Anyway, I'm still on the search for a job in the creative arts field. I would like to do inventory, setup displays at museums​, or even just find a art manager that could help me get my work into more major galleries and museums across the globe. I'm very passionate about art, and have had a few major successful achievements in my career, but I'm having a hard time staying in that flow because of my current day jobs​ demands. Are there any other artists/creatives on this site that are trying to pursue their creative passion? Are there any curators that I can reach out to on this site? I have credentials by experience, but I did go to school for fine arts.

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Matthew Ireland
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Hi Errick, I checked out your work on FB and I have to say that you have developed a very cool and interesting style. Definitely dig where you are headed.

The art world is a tricky thing indeed, and showcasing your work in galleries requires getting to know the right people and a lot of persistence. You can do it, you just need to put yourself out there and cultivate relationships. I'm afraid I don't know much about the gallery scene in Ohio, but are you a member of any artist guilds? How often do you approach small galleries or submit to shows? The more you do, the better your chances. It's a tough call to know if or when you should take that leap of faith and sock more time and effort into it. I have a couple of friends that are full-time artists and it's not the easiest road – but can be very fulfilling.

As for working at a gallery, you may want to approach gallery management as a part-time volunteer first. Just tell them you are looking to understand how galleries operate, and would appreciate the chance to learn first-hand. I realize that working for nothing isn't a good long-term solution – and I wouldn't necessarily quit your day job yet – but making contacts and learning the ropes part-time might be worth trying. Large companies also have nice art collections that they need to curate. I would be on the look out for those opportunities as well. And sometimes they hire art management companies to help them take care of their collections. That might be worth investigating too.

Lastly, spend lots of time on your craft. There is no doubt that the successful artists I know have spent countless hours getting really good at what they do. The more you spend time, the better you get, and the greater your ability to take on new challenges. Cheers, Matthew

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Maranda Harrison
over 3 years ago
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Serious candidate with experience

Hello, I am currently looking for any work at home opportunity that is legit. I am currently working at a company Monday through Friday 9 to 5 but there is a lot of down time. I would like a second income. Week days during slow time and weekends. I have a computer and smart phone. I am experienced in accounting work and data entry. I have 5 years of quickbooks experience. If anyone has any leads that would be great. Not looking for a large amount of pay. My family is in a struggle right now and I'm trying to do the best I can for us. I can do anything remote. Please anything legit nothing with "startup fees" as well as nothing as far as selling product. Please if anyone can help that would be highly appreciated! I have resume on hand if needed as well. Contact email is maranda.harrison100116@gmail.com. As I said yes I am currently working I am an office manager along with many other titles and responsibilities with a great company but there is a lot of down time for me and my position so my hours are open to log right into my laptop and go to work! My family and I would greatly greatly appreciate this blessing if anyone could help out.

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Maranda: I answered your other post with some advice - let me know if you have any questions!

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Dulce Bravo-Maritzer
almost 4 years ago
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Feel sad

I actually im working in a Restaurant now they just cuts my days they are giving 1 day for work im looking for a job but in all ask for experience Ive been working there 6 months but I think I can find something else like receptionist but again all ask for experience on that :(

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Christina Turner
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Can you see what I posted to Angela? please contact the hospitals or nursing homes in your area, they almost always need unit clerks, most places provide training too while you work. Good Luck and blessings always.

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Bonnie White
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Check your local hospital for nutrition and dining facilities positions. They are always looking, and you should have enough experience. Good luck Dulce!

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Melanie Ward
over 3 years ago
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Weird situation!

So I applied for a job that I'm qualified for, because I work in that area now. I just need better pay. When I went to apply, the recruiting specialist turned out to be the wife of an old ex from years ago. This ex and I were married really young, and only for a couple of years. We were high school sweethearts. We remained friends through the years, and were on each others' facebook friends' list, even though we've stopped talking completely. We live in a small county, where our family members are friends, so we just kept each other on Facebook with no issues. Well, as I was applying for a job, his wife was telling applicants that if they hadn't heard from her by Friday to call. She told me the same and gave me her business card. We were friendly to each other and I doubted she even had any idea who I was. Yesterday, I still hadn't received a call. My family was visiting the city where my ex's dad lives, so out of curiosity I ended up on my ex's facebook page. I saw that he had unfriended me. I had seen his posts all the way up until I applied for that job. Now, I'm wondering if I should even call to check about the job!

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madelyn thomas-alexander
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Continue to show your interest ithe job opportunity. Let go of the personal stuff and let God.. remember he is in control..

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Sandra White
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you were married to your recruiter husband. Be professional and check on the job. His wife probable did not know her husband and you were married. Too close for comfort. If you did not get the Job. Move on.

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Caitlin Leonard
over 3 years ago
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What should I do?

I'm currently working at Paddington Station for $7.25/hour, no benefits from 11am-7pm with 2 year olds. I have a job offer with Marriott Hotels as a front desk receptionist for $10/hour, little benefits, wonderful company and more in my line of work. But I just started a week ago at Paddington station. What should I do?

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janice musser
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You may have looked up, on one of those crapy, long, underpaid not sure if you can make it through the day, kinda says and asked for help......well you lucky dog. You were given a chance to make more money, meat new people and find what's behind the door is your blessings!!!!!! Go for it girl...

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Jason Veralez
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What state are u in, MI? I think there are jobs even without a degree that you are much more qualified for!

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R D
over 3 years ago
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The Saddest Thing I've Had to Do: Declining an Offer from a Great Company

After more than a year a infuriating and sometimes heartbreaking job search as I struggled to complete grad school while working fulltime, I finally scored an interview with a Fortune 100 company. I prepared. I was excited. I got an offer: 75K base, 12.5K signing bonus, and 14K relocation package. I have to decline.

The state income tax and the cost of living compared to where I live now making 62K would actually result in a decline in my quality of life. I'm so depressed. I really wanted to have a career at this company. It's a fantastic company, but with student loan repayment approaching I would be a working poor.

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi RD: I'm so sorry to hear you had to turn down that great opportunity because of student loans - it makes me so sad that the state of education today has limited upward mobility for a lot of young people. Have you explored all your repayment options? I have student loans as well, so I'm an unwilling expert on them haha. A lot of loan repayment plans can be based on your income.

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kaylie decanter
over 3 years ago
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hey dollar general

I already put my application in I'm an employee already I just need to get transfer and I would like to hired please

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Kaylie: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! If you want to follow up on your Dollar General application, I suggest giving them a call at (918) 427-7721. Hope this helps!

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