Najee Conover
11 days ago
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I’m 23 and I’m looking for my first job. I have no Highschool diploma due to personal problems but I’m dedicated towards everything I do

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Ashley Rusler

i am 16 and looking for a job

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Lynne Metz

I am 75 years old and the last state that I moved from is Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Won't move again.

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Donna Trovato

Were r u located? They r hiring at The Perennial farm on glen arm rd in glen arm md.

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Gabriel Sisto

This channel there is no faithfulness I'm struggling to look for a job with my full document and work experience for five years and no one is even interested to view your documents. what if I'm student who is looking for a job without experience what will be my position this world is not healthy

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Delores Johnson

Most places won't hire without a HS diploma or take classes thru the County you live to get your GED. Good Luck young man!

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Delores Johnson

Amen.

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Irene james

I would research about the company you want to work for. Look for their job descriptions. There are trade jobs like mechanics, carpentry, plumbing that take on apprentices. Most retail places while they have the box to check hs diploma very few actually ask to see the diploma let alone look to see if you’ve graduated. I could write that I have a masters.... doesn’t mean I actually do. But I’m honest I only have an associates. What matters is the knowledge and confidence in yourself . Basic math like adding subtracting and doing percentages are all you have to know in retail as a cashier. There are places that you have a “utility job”. That means you load product into people’s vehicles and work in the stockroom. Good luck

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Ryan Miller

I'm here to give you some encouragement. I ran the Recruiting and Training division at the last company I was a part of, and to be extremely honest, the most important part of any job search is knowing what you want in terms of a career, and then providing a stellar interview once your foot is in the door! Carpe Diem! If you give a Recruiter no choice but to hire you, you will succeed! Don't give up either...COVID-19 ruined plenty of industries and outstanding opportunities that came with them, but there's definitely still a job market out there! Let me know if I can help any further! Good luck!

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Sabrina Pruitt

If you are dedicated and I was you I would go get my GED, then I would apply for jobs. Maybe in the mean time look for fast food jobs.

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Tim Gerringer

Also Najee people lie about having college degrees all the time. Don't think many will check to see if you graduated from high school. Fake it till you make it. You don't owe them anything except a days work. The cowboy ways is to say If I take a man's money I do the job he pays me for.

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