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Companies that do not require a college degree to be hired

Several companies have announced that you DO NOT NEED a college degree to be hired. These companies include:

Tesla: https://www.tesla.com/careers Apple: https://www.apple.com/jobs/us/ Netflix: https://jobs.netflix.com/

#findajob #career #nocollegedegreeneeded

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I need a job offer sponsorship required.if can possible please can you give me a job offer sponsorship thanks

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Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #4: 4-Year Degree Alternatives

Find Your Future Original Content Series #4: 4-Year Degree Alternatives

Don’t think a traditional 4-year university path is right for you? Don’t worry, Find Your Future is here to help. In this post, you’ll learn about 4 alternatives to 4-year degrees. Link to our Instagram: https://bit.ly/2KoVJDy

You’ve got a lot more options than you might think, from community college to apprenticeships. We hope that after reading this post, you’ll be more empowered to choose the best path for your future!

Also, stay tuned for more news on job openings and job fairs in the coming weeks!

#interview #followup #follow #employment #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #cv #youth #training #entrepreneur #findyourfuturela #fyfla #jobcase #resume #employmentopportunities #jobseeker

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you for keeping us posted and informed Find Your Future LA !

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Jamall Nunle
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I like working with you today

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Lilly Gomes
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That is really great info. I appreciate you sharing it.

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Education Resource Spotlight #2: Lynda

Did you know? Access to Lynda's full catalog of training courses is 100% FREE with your library card number and PIN!

Lynda is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that is a massive open online course website. From time management skills to how to master Excel spreadsheets, Lynda's course selection and industry leading instructors are ready to help you.

Visit findyourfuture.la/resources/education/ for the correct login link!

#findyourfuturela #education #learning #school #college #study #students #motivation #student #business #science #teaching #learn #university #training #knowledge #teachers #success #teacher #art #health #technology #career

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Laila Nashat
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Thanks so much for sharing this resource!

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Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #3: How To Follow Up After An Interview

Our 3rd post in Find Your Future's original content series is here!

Following up with an employer after an interview is very important. Not only is it business etiquette, but it also shows that you continue to be interested in the position.

In this quick guide, we give you some do's and don'ts for writing thank you / follow up emails and notes. We also give you some tips on what to do if the employer said they would have a result by a certain date, but miss the date or forget to reach out to you.

The guide is here: https://bit.ly/2ZlQWsS

Follow us on Instagram using the link above, and follow our Twitter @FYF_LA

#interview #followup #follow #employment #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #cv #youth #training #entrepreneur #findyourfuturela #fyfla #jobcase #resume #employmentopportunities #jobseeker

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you for sharing Find Your Future LA !

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Job Resource Spotlight #1: L.A. Youth at Work

Are you looking for a job, but need to learn the job skills to succeed? L.A. Youth at Work is an amazing resource on our website that allows you to browse free local job skills workshops by your zip code. These workshops are amazing ways to gain resume writing, interview, and career skills. If you’re free Tuesdays and Thursdays, take advantage of these events and invite your friends too!

#findyourfuturela #findyourfuture #fyf #jobresource #job #resource #freeworkshop #workshop #jobskills #training #seminar #localevent #resumewriting #interviewskills #careerskills #career #jobsearch #business #motivation #employment #careers #follow #success

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Thanks for sharing such great advice in the community Find Your Future LA !

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Questions for the crowd. (HELP!)

So I have a somewhat odd situation here and I'm looking for information on how to move forward in life.

Long story short I have a college education and a BA from a good university but I've never been able to use it. Instead I ended up working for a temp agency bouncing around from temporary welding/fabricator job to other job. I graduated at the height of the recession and was unable to find work that was commensurate with a college education. Instead I took blue collar work to make ends meet.

Then health issues intervened (and not on my behalf). After a very, very long time trying to figure out what was wrong I finally submitted to a battery of tests my doctor wanted and ended up diagnosed with diabetes. Dealing with that largely look over my life due to the specifics of the situation. Now that those things are under control I'm back in the job market for full time, college graduate type work but I'm so far in over my head that I feel like I just graduated Middle School.

None of that really matters but it's decent background information for my question: How does one, these days, go about getting a job commensurate with a college education other than going back to graduate school? The truth is that I'm really not sure I can afford to go to graduate school at this point because my wife is in a pre-vet program which is pretty darn expensive and, well, life in Colorado is too.

My college basically used it's name to get people jobs and that worked until the "Great Recession" now, I'm eight years out from graduation with basically nothing to show for graduating college and I feel like I'm spinning my wheels because I really don't "get" a lot of the job advertisements I see. I don't understand how you're supposed to get experience with a lot of this stuff and have no idea what most of these job postings mean.

So, I guess the question is this: How does one move forward in such a situation? A lot of the stuff on the internet is just clickbait, a number of the "job companies" I've used are just taking my money and offering me minimum wage jobs... I feel like I'm stuck. How does someone even get decent career advice without getting ripped off? Can some people recommend ways to comb through job sites and offers without spending time on worthless nonsense and scams?

I'm working on a graduate entrance exam at this point but I really don't know how useful that is. I mean, at this point is it worth $80K more debt for another degree? Are "headhunters" the answer? Are there actual companies that will work with you to find decent, non-temporary, employment? How does one even start this process without falling prey to scams?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.

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Countywide Youth Resource Fair | July 16 9:30AM - 2:30PM

Heads up! We’re going to be at the Countywide Youth Resource Fair. The fair is on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Meet us at The California Endowment on 1000 Alameda Street! See you soon.

#employment #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #youth #training #recruiter #jobseeker #employmentopportunities #future #resume #workshop #free #birthcertificate #socialsecurity #dental

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Ashley Wilson
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Wonderful I hope many attend Find Your Future LA !

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Apply Now! Job Openings from Sixt Now Available.

Our partner @SixtRentACar is #hiring rental sales & customer service agents in the LAX & Beverly Hills areas! If you'd like to gain rental sales, customer service, car preparation & fleet planning skills, this job is for you.

We've listed a few job requirements in our image, but if you are age 21+, have a drivers license, high school diploma or GED, and a very flexible schedule, you might be the perfect fit for the job!

Apply on Sixt's website: https://bit.ly/2Ou8Wjy

#findyourfuturela #sixt #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #youth #training #entrepreneur #recruiter #finance #future #resume #employmentopportunities #jobseeker

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Laila Nashat
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Thanks so much for sharing this opportunity!

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