I am getting frustrated. I feel my age is holding me back from getting just a part time position and I am not looking for $20 an hour. Just looking to help pass the time. I have been retired and it would be nice to find something and meet some people who enjoys working.
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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Would love to hear from Jobcasers across the country if they feel their employers are not following the rules?
One restaurant chain just paid out more than $2M for child labor violations in MA because 16 and 17 year olds were working past midnight or more than 48 hours in a week. The violations were caused in part by supervisors and young employees not being aware of the law. Below is a great site to check out for your local laws - https://ww... see more
I’m excited to announce that I am OFFICIALLY starting a contract to perm job tomorrow. I am even more excited that I will be given the top rate of $31/hr. It’s a little less than I was making before but I am so blessed to have a job. I still have a few pending/potential offers, but unless it’s a perm position making more money, I think I’m cool.
Thank you all for your support and kind words. I will keep you posted about any job changes.
I have been a Uber part-time driver for a little over a year now. Personally, I really enjoy it with the good and the bad riders. Its been way more good than bad. Anyway, I considering going Full time so I called Uber support team for some answers but none was provided. So I'm reaching out to the Group to help out.
What is your average weekly income and how many hours do you work (8, 10, or 12 hours a day)?
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Needed to supplement my Teacher Assistant job for the school system and found an Amazon gig (seasonal/part-time!) $18/hr shift differential (working nights over the weekend)
Very excited! Thankful for this community
In today's world, people want instant gratification. Employers seem to only go with the sure thing. Yes, hiring someone with experience may be a good thing, but how's their work ethic?? Thing is, companies get so caught up in pretty resumes that they overlook a lot of good candidates. I've been getting views on my resume but only one call. This is very discouraging but I just heard on the news that unemployment is at a low for African Americans... see more
Is it just me or is it getting harder and harder to find a job in the field you have years experience and when you do getting paid what your worth?
What do you do when your boss give you 3days to go from Hawaii to Portland a doctors Appointment and back to work and that’s not all ever pay check for the past two months they short you a $1.00 every hour idk what to do. I know it’s illegal but lucky . I try to just stay humble
This company paid to teach me so much. I took various classes and received multiple certifications all for free. Great company to work for. They take care of their employees. The pay is pretty good and they have a good incentive program to get quick raises. The best company I’ve worked for on paper. Every hospitality job is going to come with its ups and downs. But for every down moment you had, there was 20 up moments that the company made for... see more
I'm on disability and just looking for a little extra money. I need a job where I can alternate between sitting, standing and walking. Some kind of greeter, receptionist or something similar, no more than 20 hours per week, no more than $9 an hour. Any suggestions?