I’m turning 18 in a couple months, but I’m feeling too impatient to wait to apply at Fedex lol. Do they hire 17-year-olds? Or should I wait until I’m 18 just to be safe?

Call and see,you need to see what there qualification are,investigate,hustle check them out,.

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Hello community, the more time I spend around the topic of ageism the more, frustrated, disheartened and even angered I get. My passion on Jobcase is sharing any discoveries, tips, and strategies I use personally or come across so we can all take individual action toward personal success, however, I can't help but think we have to do something more.

Here is what I know: I know for sure the Jobcase staff is fully aware of this issue and actively... see more

I thought I'd share this article I saw today with the folks on this thread, as it has some good tips on fighting... see more

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Experienced more than 8 years in Property management. Administration and Customer Service


Hi my name is Paul Mycroft I dont know why I am not able to respond to a message but lisa hicks messaged me... see more

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So I got laid off it will be a year as of the 25. I have to say I am utterly drained in every sense! Iam mentally emotionally and spiritually drained!! I just don’t know what do I actually dread this life of nothing!!!! It’s so hard to stay positive especially when ur going insane from billls and daily struggle! I think it’s ridiculous what these companies expect from us (qualification wise). Why do I need a bachelor degree to sell a mattress I’m... see more

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Don’t emphasize your length of experience, emphasize your capabilities!

Highlight the accomplishments you’ve achieved over the years and demonstrate your worth. Be sure to show genuine excitement about the work that you do. Instead of discussing how many years you’ve been in the field, say something like this:

This is my sweet spot! I’m thrilled about the potential of being able to bring my skills to the team! I love working within a dynamic... see more

Best stafflng sucks.

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So here is my frustration. I work in a field that requires a person to actually know what they are looking at, in the field. I am an occupational health and safety specialist. There is a lot to being a good safety pro. Your have to be familiar with government regulations, you have to be able to develop training programs so that employees understand those regulations and how they effect them, and then you have to deliver said training materials in... see more

Hmm, it's been my experience that employers care more about experience than a degree. In fact, a friend in the Navy... see more

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Welcome to “Adjunct World”, buckle up it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
When I decided that I wanted to teach at the college level I had zero idea of the world I would be walking into. While I love teaching, I do not love the “academic culture” that has confronted me throughout my journey to find a fulltime teaching position.
After attempting to apply for fulltime positions (and actually be considered for any of them) my desire to teach fulltime... see more


Rick Willems, have you checked out or tried this site? Search the world's largest database of higher education... see more

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Good company we did a lot of work commercial and residential schools work

How did you get started in that industry, Tomas Solis ?

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Tailoring Your Resume

Using a generic resume for the job search may not achieve the results that will get you the job. To get the best results possible, you should cater your resume for the specific job and company that youre applying to.

The only problem is that you’re not sure how to create a job specific resume. With a little time and energy, here are a few ways you can revise your current resume to fit that particular role:

Study the Job... see more


These are fantastic tips Patrick Coppedge especially the first one which is to tailor your resume to that specific... see more

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Keep Fluff Out Of Your Resume

Your resume is the most important tool to have when looking for most jobs. It must be as close to flawless as possible otherwise, you won't get a chance for that face-to-face interview to let potential employers know why you are the person they should hire. To make sure your resume is in good shape, here are some details you may choose not to include in it.

1.) Photos

Unless requested or depending on the industry... see more


Hard to tell what who wants in a resume because someone may want mountains of information in an application while... see more

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Patrick Coppedge

Never really understood the concept of excluding personal photo from the resume:

  • 1.) Photos
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Every day I check my email and see emails stating “We appreciate your interest but are passing...” or “Thank you for applying...we will not be moving forward...” - even more disappointing is when I actually interview (in person, Phone, video), sometimes more than once - and they seem like they went well...a few I honestly felt I was about to receive an offer right then..the conversation is smooth, without any long pauses and it’s left with a... see more


Hope you are ok friend try looking at upper Michigan jobs every where

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