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Lawrence White
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The Dignity of Work is offering a five-week Construction Training and job placement opportunity for job seekers in Virginia.

Learn more and register for this exciting career opportunity today at The Dignity of Work - Construction Training & Job Placement Program

Advance your future, build a career in construction! Complete this short training program Dignity of Work will connect you with well-paying employment with reputable Virginia contractors!

Program Benefits:

  • Comprehensive Training - from learning construction fundamentals to earning industry certificates, position yourself for long-term success.

  • Excellent Wages - connect with employers to jumpstart your career at $15-$17 per hour + ability to grow your salary with experience.

  • Work for the Best - take matters into your own hands by deciding which company is the best fit for you.

Ready to join? Get all the program details and sign up today at The Dignity of Work - Construction Training & Job Placement Program

#DignityofWork #hiringnews #jobsearch #construction #careertraining #entrylevel #noexperince #Virginia

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Lawrence White
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A college degree used to be a necessary Key to Success but the alarmingly high cost tuition, rising workplace competition for entry-level jobs, under-employment, and poor staring pay-rates has raised some important questions about the value of a college degree.

So, what do you think, is earning a college degree a good thing, a bad thing, or indifferent?

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John Huang
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The health care industry is booming and opportunities are everywhere. The good news is that you don't need a medical degree or previous health care experience to find a job in this industry. Here are three of the most popular roles that health care companies are hiring for that many job seekers can apply to:

  1. Home Health Aide Many terminal, disabled, or elderly patients choose to receive at home instead of in a hospital. Home health aides visit these patients to provide medication, check vitals, and offer company. As a home health aide, you may also perform housekeeping duties such as sweeping or laundry. Unlike many other entry-level healthcare jobs, becoming a home health aide requires no certification or degree. Most employers provide on-the-job training. see Health Aide jobs

  2. Medical Assistant Medical assistants are the front desks at a doctor's office. They greet patients, file paperwork, and schedule appointments. They may also coordinate service with external laboratories, perform some billing duties, or perform small patient tasks such as taking vitals. Most medical assistant positions only require a high school diploma or equivalent. Most of the training is provided on the job. see Medical Assistant jobs

  3. Medical Billing and Coding Specialist The medical industry has a system of codes that ensure that visits and procedures are properly coded and billed to insurance companies and patiences. Most doctors don't have enough time to read through their reports and assign codes so they will hand this work off to specialists to handle the data entry. Many of these positions even allow you to work from home. Medical coding jobs typically don’t require a college degree. There are some certifications you can earn to make yourself a more attractive candidate, but they are not required. see Medical Billing Specialist jobs

If you are not having any luck with online applications, try reaching out to your local doctor's office to see if they are looking for any part time help.

Have you applied to any of these #healthcare roles or worked in any them in the past? Share your experiences in the comments below!

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Lenin Pina
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Apprenticeships Are Making a ComeBack in the US Workforce. On the job career training opportunities in...

  • Technology
  • Healthcare
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Heavy Equipment Operation
  • Transportation & Logistics and other major industries are now offering apprenticeship opportunities in order to attract more new workers.

Anyone currently exploring career paths without drowning in college loan debt or career changes with better income and advancement potential should check out the US Department of Labor's Apprenticeship.Gov career site and take advantage of the new job offers and events happening during National Apprenticeships Week.

Go to Apprenticeship.Gov right NOW for more information.

#Apprenticeships #USDOL #HiringEvents #EarnLearn #CarrerChange #CareerTraining

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Apprenticeships Are Making a ComeBack in the US Workforce. On the job career training opportunities in Technology, Healthcare, Advanced Manufacturing, Heavy Equipment Operation, Transportation & Logistics and other major industries are now offering apprenticeship opportunities in order to attract more new workers.

Anyone currently exploring career paths without drowning in college loan debt or career changes with better income and advancement potential should check out the US Department of Labor's Apprenticeship.Gov career site and take advantage of the new job offers and events happening during National Apprenticeships Week.

Go to Apprenticeship.Gov right NOW for more information.

#Apprenticeships #USDOL #HiringEvents #EarnLearn #CarrerChange #CareerTraining

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Lynn Areno
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I’m really feeling down due to job searching and searching for something that I would like to do and when I do find something that I would be interested in, they “prefer a bachelor’s degree”. I can’t afford to go to school to get a bachelor’s degree and all the jobs that require or prefer some sort of degree, I could just be trained on and do a good job at it. It’s ridiculous and frustrating!

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Lenin Pina
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Interested in a Federal job? Hire Heroes USA offers federal employment virtual workshops to prepare transitioning military members, *veterans, and military spouses for their federal job search.

Attendees receive federal resume guidance, application tips, and job search strategies from a live facilitator. Interested?

Don't miss the last virtual session of 2019 happening next Wednesday, November 13, from 3p - 5p (EST). Click here and register for this exceptional career counseling session today!

#VeteransDay2019 #HireHeroesUSA #CareerTraining #CareerDevelopment #Military #veterans

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Earn While You Learn!! Discover career opportunities available to you through apprenticeship programs at the Chicago Apprenticeship Resource Fair happening Thursday, October 10, from 9a - 12p, at the Near West American Job Center, 1700 W. 18th Street, Second Floor, Chicago, IL 60608.

What industry are you most interested in? (*You may select more than one.)

  • Construction
  • Healthcare
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Other

Chicago Apprenticeship Resource Fair Registration

#Apprenticeship #CareerTraining #Chicago

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Carissa Thompson
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I am in a mid life crisis. I am currently a retail merchandise manager, formerly the General Manager of Sonic Drive In. I am 26 years old and I think I want to go back to school, I genuinely no longer want to manage others but would like to make the same salary as my intro and the opportunity for growth! I am currently around 58K+. Help! What do I go to school for and how do I manage my time to do so. I will also be putting myself in debt with school loans. What should I do?

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Chloe Guevara
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I’ve recieved my OSHA 10 and 30 hr certificate and am going to school to get my AD in environmental safety I would just really appreciate if I knew women or a woman in the field that wouldn’t mind me shadowing her. it would look excellent on my resume ☹️

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