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This topic is about discovering new career paths and jobs and providing resources to help you transition
Eleana Bowman
Community Specialist
about 4 hours ago

Did you know you could earn upwards of $100k/year as a truck driver??

That’s right! Truck driving can be a high-paying, extremely exciting career path. If you enjoy driving and value job security, then you may want to explore job opportunities in trucking.

There are different types of trucking jobs to choose from, each with their own niche responsibilities. Check out this article, What are the Highest Paying Trucking Jobs? to learn more!

Have you (or anyone you know) ever worked as a truck driver?

#careerdiscovery #truckdriving #highsalary #jobsearch

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Jeff Martyka
about 1 month ago

What is the TRUE cost to WFH?

I am amazed at everyones rush to Work From Home (WFH)..... Have you even considered the financial increases you assume when you do so? When you worked in an "office" you probably turned down your HVAC setting and switched off your lights before you left for work. NOW you are at home and that small savings has been eliminated causing your electric bill to increase. When you worked in an "office" you had all of your electronics plugged in there and never were charged for the energy consumption, internet use and a myriad of other energy gobbling issues. NOW, all that is on you increasing your utility bill, internet bill and any additional "maintenance issues" that have to be covered. When you worked in the "office" you were clearly covered by the organizations insurance, had a work space that "was the safest the employer "chooses" to provide, participated in fire drills, had functioning smoke detectors and fire extinguishers where local regulations require them. NOW, many are working on makeshift desks, bought the cheapest extension cords and outlet extenders possible (Human nature at work!) and COULD find yourself fighting your employers Insurance Carriers when something "happens" and you tell YOUR Renters Insurance or Homeowner Insurance Carriers that the "event" was due to your working from home.... Ahem, OSHA set the stage when they published this new group is NOT covered by years old requirements.... Talk to your Insurance agent, MAKE SURE you are covered! (YOU MAY NEED TO PICK UP ADDITIONAL COVERAGE OR AN UMBRELLA POLICY). Look,WFH is great for many. I am not saying it cannot be done. What is a CONCERN is the costs and LIABILITY you MAY face by doing so. It will be different for everyone but all I am asking is: What is your true cost to WFH as you have the potential to decrease your income and not have the insurance coverage you think you have..... In today's world it is WORTH looking into. #workfromhome #insurance #energy-efficient

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Isael Dominguez
8 days ago
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Stephanie Monahan

No success, set up for failure in my case

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Danielle Avila

They don't always promote within the store. I've been employed for 3 years and was told I probably won't even get an interview.

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Joyce White

No job is worth two hours. Its time to move. What happens when your car breaks down or you wake up late? Only a desperate person drives two hours anywhere. Sitting is not good on the body but if money or a certain type of job is more important than your body go for it!

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Joyce White

And living close isn't always good. I lived two blocks from my job and I was late all the time. My boss called into her office one morning and asked why I was late since I lived so close. I looked directly into her eye balls and calmly said "Traffic" went to my desk. She never said a word, she only continue to laugh as she closed her office door. I think she thought it was safer never to speak to me about being late again. Besides, I could have ran home to get a weapon or something.

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DeAngela Towles
13 days ago

Still looking for clerical or admin work from home.

#workfromhome

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Aaron Vetter

Explain the type of freight you loaded, rigging used, types of cranes, and your skillset as an operator.

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Gustavo Haro
22 days ago

How will working at Humana help me grow a career?

Humana will help me grow my career by helping me recieve a higher level of education to receive higher positions in the company.

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Martin Thomas

I worked for Humana for a 3 month temporary assignment and I got a feeling for the work culture. I found I love working with Humana and I believe it is the perfect place for my to grow my career. Providing excellent customer service is what I like to give and Humana provides the tools for me to do so.

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Raymond LITTLE
15 days ago

I posted about my success story

I have been around a long time. I wore a lot of hats through the years.However, through all the years I've always managed to reach the top because I'm goal driven organized, trainable,most importantly I'm determined to be successful.

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Carlos Pe?a
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Robert VanAuken

As a manager you must lead by example, but most importantly your sales staff needs to know you have their back. Training sales people is easy, teaching them not to be is the hard part….. Simple solution, teach them how to make friends……

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Jennifer Chukwualuka

As a sales manager you have to master your every responsibilities( be a leader) prepare yourself for the future growth, because the higher, the more important for you to know how and when to get things done.

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