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Jade Andersen
3 months ago
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Need help with MARKETING?

Are you a Small Business Owner Needing Marketing Help?

I recently started a Marketing Consulting business to help small businesses with their marketing. I realize that coronavirus has really hit hard on small businesses, and I'd love the opportunity to help them with my marketing experience. From social media management to website design, I have a passion for helping businesses grow. If you or someone you know needs help marketing their business, let me know! I am offering a FREE 30-minute virtual consultation. I proudly offer affordable, customizable, and virtual one-on-one consulting. Let's start working together today! I can consult for any industry.

Check out www.jyamediaconsulting.com or https://www.facebook.com/JYA-Media-Consulting-110265024007197! If you are struggling with the pay, let me know and we can work something out.

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Lenin Pina
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Thanks Jade, best of Luck with your new business.

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John Huang
5 months ago
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Alaska Worker and Job Seeker Resources

List of state resources for job seekers, current workers, and the recently unemployed who need help.

State Work Development: https://jobs.alaska.gov/ Unemployment Benefits: https://labor.alaska.gov/unemployment/ Worker Rights: https://labor.alaska.gov/lss/whfaq.htm Discrimination Claims: https://www.workplacefairness.org/file_AK Paid Sick Leave: https://www.paycor.com/resource-center/state-paid-sick-leave-laws Workers Compensation: https://labor.alaska.gov/wc/ Health Insurance / COBRA: http://doa.alaska.gov/drb/cobra/#.Xmz0c5NKiu4 More Local Resources: https://www.careeronestop.org/LocalHelp/local-help.aspx

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Jade Andersen
5 months ago
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Alaskan Oil and Gas workers needed now!

There are plenty of oil and gas companies hiring right now and if you live in Alaska, check this out [here] (http://www.jobs.state.ak.us/energy/index.html)!

#alaska #coronavirus

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Kyle Mola
5 months ago
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Alaska Workers and Job Seekers Resources

List of state resources in Alaska for job seekers, current workers, and the recently unemployed who need assistance.

Unemployment Benefits: https://labor.alaska.gov/unemployment/ Work Development Resources: https://labor.alaska.gov/dets/step.htm Health Insurance / COBRA: http://doa.alaska.gov/drb/cobra/cobraInfo.html Childcare Resources: http://dhss.alaska.gov/dpa/Pages/ccare/default.aspx

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Jermyn Harrell
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Doing that still can't get through to talk to any always busy and can't login only to get kick off

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Marcia Whitehead
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No I haven't heard about it

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Gregorio Smith
4 months ago
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I'm a laid off Machinist still looking for work.

I'm just giving a little update on my job search so far. Since the last time I posted on here I've had 4 interviews. I'm just waiting for some feedback from 3 of them. One of them wanted to hire me on the spot for far less than I was making previously from my other job. I'm willing to take a little pay cut to prove my skills and work ethics. But this was literally embarrasing to me with my many skills and what I have to bring to the table. They offered me $43,000 to start, I was making $60,000 + at my last job. I ask the interviewers is there any room for negotiations. They ask me what would I suggest and I told them $52,000. One of the interviewers quickly said "we don't have some engineers and supervisors making that kind of money". I said "I have a lot to bring to the table" and everyone agreed. They told me the max the would go is $45,000. I told them let me think about it. That was 4/2/2020. I know I need to work and bring money into my household to keep the roof over my head and food on my table. But there is several thing I know I have working for me in my life is my wife of 32 yrs and the back up plans we've created over the yrs for times like this. I want to really go back to work but I'm not going to be handled like I'm desparate. I'm a patient person and I know that ideal job will present itself to me in the near future. Ok guys thanks for listening and please everyone be safe.

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Nancy Belinsky
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I've had several people lowball, if you're out of work they think maybe you'll bite. I've done that too many times and as a result stayed at the same crappy level unhappy in my new job. Won't do it again. The thinking I think is they can get younger cheaper for those positions but salaries aren't one size fits all. I just go on to the next one if they won't negotiate.

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Luis Calvillo
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Yo hago tape & float Drywall texture paint and fences

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John Huang
5 months ago
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Top 5 Resources that Every Job Seeker Should Know About

These government and non-profit organizations offer free benefits, services, and employment resources for job seekers. Explore these sites to see what is available in your area and get the support that you need. Benefits.gov: https://www.benefits.gov/ One place to see all available government benefits in your state

American Job Centers: www.careeronestop.org/localhelp These centers provide high-quality services for job seekers including assessment of skills, abilities, aptitudes and needs; assistance with Unemployment Insurance; access to employment services such as the states' job board and labor market information; career counseling; job search and job placement assistance; and information on training, education and related supportive services such as day care and transportation.

Job Corps: https://www.jobcorps.gov/ Job Corps is the nation's largest career technical training and education program for low-income young people ages 16 through 24. Job Corps graduates train in the skills needed to start a career, enlist in the military, or move on to pursue higher education.

Locate Housing Support: https://www.hud.gov/topics Housing and Urban Development site that provides information and resources for affordable housing.

SNAP and Food Bank Information: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/state-directory https://www.feedingamerica.org/ https://www.foodpantries.org/ These programs provide assistance and information to anyone needing help with food security.

More Jobcase news and resources can also be found in state topic pages below: #Alabama #Alaska #Arizona #Arkansas #California #Colorado #Connecticut #Delaware #Florida #Georgia #Hawaii #Idaho #Illinois #Indiana #Iowa #Kansas #Kentucky #Louisiana #Maine #Maryland #Massachusetts #Michigan #Minnesota #Mississippi #Missouri #Montana #Nebraska #Nevada #NewHampshire #NewJersey #NewMexico #NewYork #NorthCarolina #NorthDakota #Ohio #Oklahoma #Oregon #Pennsylvania #RhodeIsland #SouthCarolina #SouthDakota #Tennessee #Texas #Utah #Vermont #Virginia #Washington #WestVirginia #Wisconsin #Wyoming

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you so much John for sharing these resources! : )

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Daniel Schaefer
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These are great resources John!

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Jade Andersen
5 months ago
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Alaskan jobs available for hire!

Are you in need of a job and reside in Alaska? There are many job positions open on a state level as well as some in Anchorage, Juneau, and [more] (http://akhire.com/job-seekers/open-positions/)!

#alaska #coronavirus

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Jade Andersen
5 months ago
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Seafood and fishing workers needed in Alaska!

Are you interested in the seafood or fishing industry and live in Alaska? Search for jobs and check the site out [now] (http://www.jobs.state.ak.us/seafood/)!

#alaska #coronavirus

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Anthony Rocco
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Im in how do i do it

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Jade Andersen
5 months ago
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Want to work for the state of Alaska?

If you currently reside in Alaska, the state has listed a variety of positions that are hiring now!

Go check out the jobs hiring here.

#alaska #coronavirus

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