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This topic is about discovering new career paths and jobs and providing resources to help you transition
Nezzar Joseph
5 days ago
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Opportunity to make up to an extra $2000 per month working from home

#workfromhome #careerdiscovery #interview Insurance and finance industry. Must have internet and eager to be trained.

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Elyssa Duncan posted an article
Jun 17, 2020

Hiring now: popular remote jobs you should explore now

Elyssa Duncan
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Jon-Paul Vicari
2 months ago
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2 companies hiring 3,000 people!

Detroit News

Quicken Loans and United Shore are each hiring 1,500 people over the next 3 months! You can check out Quicken Loan jobs here and United Shore jobs here..

#michigan #hiringevents #interview #careerdiscovery

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Claire Ingrand-Brovig
about 1 month ago
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First Job

Hello! I'm fourteen and eager to get my first job. #hiringevents #careerdiscovery #firstjob

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Laura Turner
28 days ago
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Hiring throughout the US!

Looking for a new job in hospitality? HSS is hiring throughout the US!

Click here: https://www.hssstaffing.com/jobcase/

#hiringevents #jobsearch #foodservices #retail #careerdiscovery

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Jon-Paul Vicari
about 2 months ago
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Virtual Job Fair

West Michigan Works! is hosting a virtual job fair next week for jobs in the following counties: Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon and Ottawa. You can register here and select jobs from over 40 different employers.

#michigan #hiringevents #careerdiscovery #hiringnews

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Heather Watson
2 months ago
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Once my state re-opens the first thing I will do is

I would like to go back to work preferably in a work-from-home situation. I don't fear going out in public, I really like saving gas and wear and tear on my vehicle! #workfromhome #careerdiscovery

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Robert Foley
11 days ago
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Well last month I had to let my last consultant fend for himself. :( Lead generation has slowed over the last four months and both RFPs and Staffing position leads have become more "tight" as of late.

I have a few colleagues in the Security Consulting Industry that have recommended I consider a career change. I've looked into it and found several accredited international certification institutions that can provide accelerator 5 to 10 day training courses and certification for both CEH Certified Ethical Hacker and CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Degrees.

While I have the time available, since I have a slow own in active contracts. My biggest concern is finding funding for the career advancement. My initial research quotes both programs with a minimal cost of over $13,000 and if I have to take supplemental training prior to the main program it could be as high a $24,000?!?

If the contacts my colleagues have stated they'd refer to me are true I might be able to repay that cost in less than 8 months of work. Alternatively Security Engineer and CEH employment start at $103,000 and above.. Provided I score high and provide quality services.

If it were last year when I had a surplus of savings and my companies where doing much better that might be something I could get a loan for and may off over time.

Now, with Covid and a serious reduction to single digit contracts, SBA loans, and mounting debt. That seem less likely.

Ok enough story time.

I wanted to ask if anyone is aware of State (based in Oregon) or Federal programs I could petition for grant or business/personal loans for reeducation and or career advancement for folks over 40 years old?

I'm going to research myself, but thought more informed folks may know where to point me in the right direction.

Any ideas?

#careerdiscovery #grants #reeducation #loans #coronavirus

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Ramu Iyer
29 days ago
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ASK: How can I find a job for persons with developmental disabilities?

I am an Employment Consultant in Seattle with a mission to create life opportunities for persons with disabilities. I help this talent pool become gainfully employed and thrive in the community. According to the Bueau of Labor & Statistics the unemployment rate for Americans with disabilities is around 70%. With #RemoteWork becoming mainstream many of the individuals I support seek to #upskill and join the digital economy. Not everyone has a college degree or an IT background. They are resilient with a learn-it-all attitude and are often early adopter of assistive technologies that create a pathway to independence. During #Covid19 a job opportunity that is meaningful is a game changer and can overcome social exclusion and build a reservoir of hope for this talent pool. That being said it is one job at a time! Thanks for any feedback or pointers. #workfromhome #careerdiscovery

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Jon-Paul Vicari
about 2 months ago
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Employee safety at Chipotle

A recent report showed Chipotle as one of the safest and most compliant restaurants to work at!

You can apply to Chipotle jobs here and you have to be at least 16 to apply!

#interview #foodservice #chipotle #hiringnews #careerdiscovery

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