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kanza ali
over 3 years ago
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job required

i have no job experience as i recently graduated. looking for job in culver city on urgent basis.

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Mariah Bliss
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casey sanders
17 days ago
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16 year old looking for a job

Hi my name is Casey sanders i am looking for a partime job as a hostess or busser. This would be my first job. I need a job to help my family out with money. #teenjobs #parttime #noexperience #student

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Andre Williams
over 3 years ago
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Value of an Education

Why don’t employers place any value on a college education anymore? My Bachelor’s degree hasn’t opened a single door for an employment opportunity for me since I received it last summer. All the jobs in my field require 2+ years of experience but shouldn’t my internship also count as count as work experience? All the other jobs openings around here are in call center service or warehouse paying minimum wage at best. What ever happened to getting a leg up on more jobs opportunities and better pay with a college education?

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Nancy Wojcik
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An internship should definitely count! Do you have it listed as work experience on your resume?

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Mr. Williams I'm not so sure that any student placement should count for experience. Follow me closely here.... When I was in university most of my friends were business administration, business and economic, and business and according majors. They did PAID intern work for one full semester at IBM, XEROX, HP, and PANASONIC... And received 3 full credit hrs. towards graduation. Now these people got regular pay and gained real company experience. Other majors like Social Work, Music Education, Elementary Education....etc... don't gain the same benefits on student placement. This practice kinda tapered off after a few yrs and large companies didn't take as many student trainees. Lets go foward now...... First we don't know what your degree is in.... Next we have no idea what type of job you are looking for.... Last in what state do you live in. Do you see now just by my questions why student placement don't fully make you ready for the job market?? Think about what would happen if you were a new truck driver in Las Vegas in that traffic or Dallas. Now come back and fill in the blanks for us.... Then we can start to help you. Relax Mr. Williams your degree counts just by the fact that YOU EARNED IT!!!!!

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Carolyn Todd
over 3 years ago
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Job search

Good afternoon, Just reaching out for some pointers on how to get my foot in the door for some medical assistant experience? I have applied for numerous jobs but no really getting in call backs and I think its due to me not having a lot of experience. Any Suggestions?

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Frank Valenzuela
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Hey Carolyn, I don't know what your situation is, did you just graduate as Med Assistant, have you tried applying at Mental Health Hospitals/Institutions, they're always looking for people with or without experience, that can help you out some, some facilities are union to so look into that in your area, you will learn alot believe me and the pay is not bad either ..

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patricia pope
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find a online school or take the necessary courses need for medical assistant get your certificate than apply for an Medical Assistant position. peace be with you.

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Htoo Say
18 days ago
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I’m 17 year old and look for a job. I live in Portland Oregon. I would like a job that let me work around 12 or early to 4pm. #noexperience #teen

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Jacqueline Martinez
8 days ago
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Job search

Hello I’m 18 I have a 2 year old child I have no work experience but I’m willing to learn! #babysitting #noexperience #retail #sales #teenjobs

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Alright. I have a job offer only if you are interested

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Anonymous User
over 3 years ago
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company's are too fussy

I have had my CDL-A since February 2015, drive for CR England until they started miss treating me and left. I have been trying to get back on the road ever since. Every place I have tried has said you don't have enough experience, when you get it call us. I'm like and have said many times to so many, how do you expect me to get more experience if your not willing to give me a chance to prove myself? That's out requirements, I replied no, it's not. The trucking industry is letting the insurance industry dictate who you can hire. All I want is 2 things, decent home time and to have the wife along to keep me company. Too much to ask I guess.... Very frustrated right now.

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Mikkel allison
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Apply at Knight TRANSPORTATION.

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Patrick Killingsworth
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I agree with u I have been experiencing the same problem and it unfair that u spend so much money in getting my CDL and these company r allowing the insurance company to run there company for them when there r a high demand for trucker COME ON now I have to resort work outside of my career just to stay alive it is so frustrating I have had my CDL since April . Since many company want experience were can u go and get it when everyone is saying the same things SMH

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Rhiannon Shelnutt
over 3 years ago
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Frustrated and Stressed

I feel like because I went to get my degree right out of high school rather than straight into the work force I kind of messed myself up for getting a job. I chose to focus on my studies rather than get a part time. Probably not the best idea but I know my own limits and I knew I wouldn't be able to handle it. Anyways, I feel like I'm between a rock and a hard place. I have this degree but most places that are used to gain experience won't look at me thinking I'll ask for higher pay, that I should be someplace much better (which I appreciate) but I go to these "better" places and they don't look at me because I don't have the experience. I'm not sure what to do. I've been a temp for just over a year now, going from assignment to assignment, with large gaps in between. It's stressful not knowing if I'll have a job next week or if not when the next one will be. I've been applying to so many places I've had to submit hundreds of resumes by now and not so much as an interview. I'm open to any suggestions or recommendations or ideas. I'm super stressed and frustrated. I'm in my second temp assignment (4th total) with this company. The last time the assignment was over I was month before the next assignment and I only one interview during that time. I can't afford to have that happen again.

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Tom Magney
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Your listed job skills should include researcher; data collection and collation; and expert report writer. You've got a history degree, and I'm sure you were called on to do all of those things during your "tenure" at college.

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Jospeh stair
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I hate to say this but you messed up with school. Going to school and studying was not the bad part. The bad part was not that you were not working during that time. Most employers understand the issues of hiring college students. But they also know the rewards for both student and themselves. Often there is a mentoring that occurs and long term relationships and connections. The second is that the work history looks great. Loyalty is another product of working while in school.

I worked in schools for years. Dealing with students workers was a wash when it came to productivity. In the end, they often had an edge over other applicants because of all of the mentoring that was done.

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Carman Evans-Waugh
over 3 years ago
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Wanting a part time job at walmart

I have only worked one job in my 39 years of life I been looking for work but keep getting we want experience how are u to get experience if u never get hired anywhere?

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William Agnew
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Wal-Mart will hire you at entry level with no experience. Go to walmart.com/careers.

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Carman Evans-Waugh
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Like I said I am only 39 and worked at the fair as a ticket taker I want to get more experience but no one will give me the opportunity to work on getting the experience I am on ssi been on for since I was 21 I want to get the experience to work

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Silisia Wall
over 3 years ago
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No job experience

I don't understand why it's so difficult to get my first job without any job experience. I've done volunteer work in school but that was about it. I have nothing to put on a resume, but volunteer work. I thought people looked for inexperienced workers so they could mold and shape them into the type of worker they need. What am I supposed to do? I really need a job as soon as possible.

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Stanton Williams II
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Generate some references that will verify your work experience, seek jobs that state no experience or entry level OK try the urban league for job skills training

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Tony Garris
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I need a job as soon as possible

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