I'm in serious need of work I'm a mechanic by trade but I am a jack of all trades as well will take any job any pay that highest felons

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If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said, Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.

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I would take the picture down. it has your personal information on it!

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I'm currently working as a heavy equipment mechanic for the City of Santa Cruz CA. I'm a mechanic 2 our highest level of mechanic. I hold a CNG tank inspector certification and have been working for the City for 18 years in January. Looking to relocate in Dayton Nevada. Where I will be buying a house. If your interested or know someone who is interested in a highly skilled heavy equipment mechanic message me. email dave-debbie-star@comcast.net

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Hey David Tomasello ! Thanks for posting on Jobcase, we're glad you're here!

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I have lost all access to my old phone and i lost my resume. Also I’m expecting a call from an employer and don’t know how to get in touch

Hi Jonathan Arrington

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Is it right to correct the interviewer when they ask wrong questions? Yesterday I went on a second interview. The original interviewer plus his boss. Basically we went over same stuff.Then Boss stated to ask questions that made no sense to me.They were questions concerning the process of a repair to truck. But they were wrong. Parts wrong. Way repair should be made was wrong. Needless to say I was confused and looked it. Had to get clarification... see more

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Trusting the people I worked with

Why was that a mistake jason l ?

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Don't collect cans before ever working at alfab

I'm interested looking for jobs

Neat field...still very useful. Not too many in the pool. Best wishes!

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Ok so after about a month of being unemployed because of the unethical things my last employer did to me, I finally found a job that I already had experience in and loved to do. Automotive repair. I LOVE IT. But, the love for it was almost taken away from me from my previous employer. I did not go searching for this job. Nor did I apply for the job and wait for them to make a decision. The shop in Byram, MS. emailed me and asked if I would come... see more

Wow....blackballed?

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Just have fun and get to know your co-workers. Also, if you working on a military base treat the soldiers with respect.

Thanks for sharing your advice Robert Woody !

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Milwaukee, WI - Railcar manufacturer giant Talgo is hosting a series of hiring events this month to recruit the Milwaukee areas top Engineering and Mechanic talent. Job openings include:

  • Industrial Electrician
  • Mechanic
  • Electrical Supervisor
  • Commissioning Specialist
  • Planning and Control Specialist

Follow the Talgo weblink below for more job details and application instructions. Thank you.

http://web.talgoamerica.com

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What a great opportunity thank you Nelson Franco !!

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