Anyone know of any legit work-from-home opportunities that are in Chicago, IL and/or that are outside of Chicago but the employer(s) is okay with me living in the city? I am only interested in opportunities that are for highly skilled and educated candidates that offer a decent salary and/or hourly wage. Thanks!
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Anyone here ever applied for or worked a federal job? I just received a tentative job offer for a position which I’m excited about. How long the process takes after the job offer is accepted? Can you negotiate the pay rate?
Since my accident while driving for Lyft I am without a vehicle and reside near a handful of warehouses I decided to check those within walking distance. Most want you to go through a temp agency which I didn't want because I need a full salary. I finally get the ok from one. I fill out application then had a fone interview 2 days later I get call for in person interview then a walk through. 3 1/2 wks no response so I contact the temp within the…
Work for manufacturing industry. Times are tough and company was barely a float for 7 years. Now a new company has bought us out and I am transitioning at my same pay. Should I ask for more money? They have reviews every jan/Feb. Is it better to wait and show my self worth til than?
I left a good job for one I thought was better. I answered an ad with an opportunity making 55k a year I was hired immediately by the company under the impression it was 55k it was not 38500k below my co workers who were entry level. This company had no policies or internal controls in place I suggested some ideas that would've made the internal controls in place and such. The CEO offered to bring my pay from 38500 to 45k then it would increase…
So I was offered a position within a company I'd love to work for and then was asked what kind of salary am I expecting. What should I tell the lady when I call her back? I don't want to undercut myself but I don't want to turn the company off either.
Question: If you were offered better pay and benefits at another job, would you leave a job you just started?
**UPDATE-SEE UPDATE BELOW **
After a month of applications the last 2 weeks have been wonderful. I’ve had several interviews, 3 more scheduled and so far 1 job offer. I have feeling I may be offered 1 or 2 more.
I’ve had to be submitted to jobs paying $12,000-$16,000/yr less than what I’ve made in the past. That’s $6-$8/hr less! I guess that’s to be expected after being unemployed for over a year.
What are your thoughts on taking a pay cut…
I make good money and don’t hate my job. But I have been offered a fascinating position with a start up. It’s a huge pay cut, like 50% of my current salary cut. They say I should be making what I make now within 18 months plus the stock options are great. Do I stay where I am or take a huge leap of faith? It will be hard to take the pay cut, but we can survive.
As stated in a previous post during my job search ironically I had landed interviews with the top two highest paying jobs on the same day which in turn left me with quite a decision to make knowing one certainly wasn’t going to wait for the other. I ended up going with the higher paying of the two and I’ll tell you now I’ve jumped through so many hoops during this application process I may as well had turned into a basketball. Despite all that…