Work right now with mental health but I need another job the economy is so bad that I need to have two jobs instead of one I'm looking for employers best family oriented that understand Families First and everything else is second but also I am very dedicated when it comes to job I don't play around when it comes to a job I'm not perfect or close to it and if anyone or any job I like to try me out please contact me thank you
Amazon's Just Walk Out Technology is about to dramatically change the way we do our grocery shopping but what does this mean for the future of retail employment? http://www.wsj.com/articles/amazon-grocery-store-concept-to-open-in-seattle-in-early-2017-1480959119
If malls are dead and retail industries leaders like Macy’s, Sears, and Kmart are closing stores then where will the future jobs be for the millions of the moderate to low skilled American workers?
My coworkers say I’m indifferent to more income because I’m still in school, don’t have any kids, and only work part time but I think that’s ridiculous. They don’t understand why I suggest we proceed with caution towards this national $15 minimum wage increase push. My boss told me the only way he can afford to pay $15 bucks and hour to all the workers in the restaurant is by cutting at least half of those jobs. That’s means more people will be forced to go out there and look for another job. I’ll probably be one of those to lose my job since I only work part time. How is that good move for the economy?
Trump's our next president!! So what the hell does that mean for jobs? I heard that he'll bring back jobs to America. Please please please - it's time we stop shipping them out overseas. But I'm worried because people are warning we're going to have another recession with him in office? I don't know what to BELIEVE!!
This Atlantic News article was shared with me by a co-worker today so I decided to move the message along to the community. It reveals what we already know first hand or may have experiences but too ashamed to talk about it. Great Read - http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/05/my-secret-shame/476415/
I graduated from college with a Bachelor’s degree earlier this year and consider myself to be a well rounded, knowledgeable, and hardworking job applicant who’s willing to start off at a humble (low) salary for MEANINGFUL work…. So why can’t I find a job?? How can I get experience if no one is willing to give me an opportunity to learn? I’ve sent out numerous applications with cover letters detailing my educational experience and academic achievements but obviously that’s not enough. Where are all these jobs I read the economy is creating and what do I need to do to get one?
I'm so sick and tired of hearing on the news that unemployed is down. Guess what, politicans? unemployment is still a HUGE problem. Just look at everyone on this site. It's so hard to find a job in my hometown that I'm considering uprooting my family to where the manufacturing jobs are, and even that isn't a guarantee that I'll get something. Unemployment is still a problem - DON'T IGNORE IT!!