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Bud Perez
4 months ago

Our job is part of home, forced to find a new home new ideas new job. Trust worthy, loyal, Law bidding, Honest

Things have changed from the last time I had to look for work. Hard to get through all the fake to get to real jobs. Finding it very hard to connect with Employers. IM sure I will have to learn new things, that part is easy, selling your self today is harder. I knew my job well, or I would not have been there 20 years Loyal employee, hoping that will amount to something. #careerchange #motivation #jobsearch #inspiration

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Frank Winston
4 months ago

Do your job to the best of your ability communicate and be proactive

I'm sorry to admit and say that these last few months have took a toad on my decision making think maybe I have out done my welcome and maybe it's time to move on🤥 #wordsofadvice #jobsearch #careerchange #reflecting #motivation #inspiration

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Maria Luca
4 months ago

Need a career change Looking for administrative Work. #careerchange

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Nathan Long
4 months ago

looking for work

Would really like to have any work. Better than being homeless an searching aimlesslee allday. Please HELP S.O.S #housing #retail #careerchange #pharmacytechnician #money #cashier #student #florida #stocking #foodservices #hiring #college

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Jennifer Young

Currently, Jobcase only has US job opportunities in the job search , so I'm not sure that's helpful for you in Turkey at present, but stay tuned... I noticed that you mention no experience on your post. You might want to look at the Getting Hired Resource Center regardless - there's lots of articles and practical tips for kicking off your search that might help.

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Akiko M
over 6 months ago

How did you make career switch from manual QA tester to automation QA engineer without CS degree?

Hello there, I would like to know if anyone had a career switch from manual QA to automation QA with similar background to mine. I have a long experience in manual testing and about a few years with automation + manual QA role (Front End only) and less than a year of Front End Dev experience. My educational background is MA and a few CS certificates from a community college. I am a woman and have two kids.
My previous female coworkers who have only manual QA background and are raising kids do not even try to train themselves for automation QA roles because it is just too hard, studying and taking care of the family. After laid off, they merely become housewives.
I got laid off a few month ago and it is very hard for me to find a new job. Because I do not want to give up like them, I am learning new skills on my own. I would like to hear your experience/advice in this sort of situation. Thank you so much in advance!!!

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Liam Cullen
over 6 months ago

Square Peg in a Round Hole

The US Dept. Of Labor jobs report released this week shows an increase of 5.9 million new jobs added to the economy as of July 31st, 2016. What does this mean to me? As an unemployed college graduate with six years of previous work related experience trying to find a job over the last 13 months I’m left to interpret this report as there's something wrong with me not the economy. I’ve tried everything within my power to find a job but no one’s interested. Am I just unemployable? How can I reinvent myself to fit into one of these 5.9 million new jobs? http://www.bls.gov/news.release/jolts.nr0.htm

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Candice Horace
over 6 months ago

Good jobs are hard to find

But I have been working in sales for about 3 years but I don't see myself going anywhere cuz I'm still a cashier in a pick and choose a favorite and I'm a hard worker I just don't get it and I feel like if your job no longer pays your bills and what are you still doing that I just need a job that's good and I don't have to live from paycheck to paycheck

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Brianna Peura
over 6 months ago

Desk job at 20?

I've been a hostess for awhile now and in high school was even doing other food service jobs. I really like my job and work with some amazing people, but i have an illness that causes me a lot of pain, which makes being on my feet for so long really tough. I've applied to receptionist jobs in the past with no luck. I only have food service and a little retail experience. What other jobs are out there that don't require standing with great customer service skills for this 20 year old? And what is the best way to get hired at these jobs?

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