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Andy Rodriguez
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Hi there, If you're looking for jobs... Just out of curiosity, would you be interested in a tech thingy that lets you organize your jobs in a spreadsheet like this? And not only that, but you can pay an experienced job seeker and they’ll do all the work of filling out all the applications for you, at just $3.99/hr? You can save ~14 hrs a week and apply to hundreds of more jobs, and save all that time for other things

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Kelly Bertera
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UPDATE: Here is a message that I got from the company yesterday

Good morning, Kelly-

I hope this email reaches you well. Thank you for being flexible with us getting back to you. I’ve circled back to the Hiring Manager and we are open to offering $50,000.00 annually. Please let me know if this is a more agreeable number.

Thank you and take care

I was currently offered a position and it has benefits and is a union position in a city role. However, they offered me $45,000 annually when I had told them my previous position I made $55,000 and in my interview I told them that's the salary range where I would be comfortable with. I understand I may not go into a new job and make the same. However, the high end of the salary they showed on the application site was $55,392. I have over 13 years with my previous employer doing the same work. Is it ok to negotiate salary and what is the best approach to do this? They gave me 4 days to respond to the offer letter and to start on October 31st. Thanks in advance! #joboffer #hiringnews #jobsearch #application #interview #help

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@Kelly Bertera congrats on the updated offer!

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Jose Ramirez
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Mig Welder at Midwest Labor, looking to join a team with safety and integrity.

You might receive this advise too late for this particular job, however answer to ur question is during the interview it's negotiation time! You expressed your experience, you have to be realistic with what your seeking. I've agreed to position in the past that paid me close to 10,000 less than my previous job, and as u said doing the same thing. The catch was we would sit down again after 90 days and talk again. Once I was able to prove I can do what they asked they not only matched what I previously made I got a few hundred bucks more a year. U gotta understand they don't know what ur capable of and mo employer is going to pay what ur asking with out knowing if ur worth that, however as I mentioned have a agreement that y'all will sit again and talk $ after 90 days. They sure will act like they forgot, however if u proved ur worth it will be rare if they don't give u what u want. Especially after they seen what u can do they not gonna let u walk away period. A lot of employees make the mistake of going into a interview "hoping" to get the job no! You gotta go in there expecting to get the job, with the mindset of they don't hire u, that will be their loss. Believe me a positive attitude does make a difference while in the interview. I noticed myself feeling way more comfortable not on edge when I changed my mindset. Ii surprised myself on how I am able to sell myself for the wage I'm seeking. Also believe it or not the interviewer can tell if u on edge or confident. It makes the difference between not just getting the job, getting the job on ur terms.. I hope this message helps you now or in the future. That goes to anyone else who reads this message.

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Zana Mott
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about 1 month ago
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Michelle Biggart
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Yes, would love something I can do from home!

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Sue Elvins
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A suggestion I can give you is to watch updates on the message board from the community members as they do post openings from companies that are remote. I've always had quite the benefit when seeing these links as they are always open still from the company. Another suggestion is go through the topics and click on those that are most favorite to read.

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Amit Duggal
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about 1 month ago

Hi I am in India and I am looking for job I have good technical support experience. I am also holding B1/B2 visa for USA. #workfromhome #jobsearch. Please help me in finding a job #help #job

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about 2 months ago

How do I delete this account? #help

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Kieanna Finister
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3 months ago

I never had a job at least a real job just gigs like Jyve and currently UberEATS which are okay but not like a real real job I'm 28 and need to get the ball rolling on finding a real 9 to 5 but I don't really know where or how to start can someone please help me . I am having a hard time with this because I have so little experience I attended high school and graduated but it was 2 years after my original date but besides that I just didn't learn anything that was necessary it basically was self help continuation and I didn't gain any real knowledge from that so can I please get some guidance , advice , anything from someone #jobsearch #advice #Help

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Olivia Soileau
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3 months ago

worked tirelessly to get on an a paid intern for a nursing home Administrator only to be sabotaged by my preceptor, she was the same age as me and constantly making smart gly remarks about how I as getting paid for my internship And how she didn’t. The difference is that she went through her college curriculum whereas I had already graduated and had years of experience. These paid internships are rare now a days because the nursing homes do not have to pay and receive free interns, so for a company to take on a paid intern is rare. Since then, I am having trouble finding a job. I am applying outside of my industry just trying to find something yet it has been two months. Is it because when they pull my background or resume Is there some sort of “non-hire” on the backend I am unaware of? Can I till use my experience without it hurting my chances of getting hired on? #jobsearch #advice #background #resume #help

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Malcolm Hawthonre
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yes. i knew a employer who did this to some past employees. they have a list where they blacklist you so they will know not to hire you if you previously worked a previous job.

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Ornelius Palmer
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3 months ago

Trying to apply for family dollars on 50th & 10th #help #application

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Teresa Spradlin
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Cashier Tag Clothing In at Sparkle Cleaners

Go to the e re website u will get a call

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William Ricardo Tovar Leon
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Hola deseo trabajar con family dolar

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Musoke Moses a.k.a Musa
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3 months ago

Hi there!! Am a drop out of school due to lack of money at home. I have No job and I don't know where to start. I love to star a profitable Online business but I don't know. But I do believe anything Can Happen in Life. I only have my smartphone, I can't afford to buy a Laptop. And am like.....is there a job? i can learn from anyone using my phone that can help me to strat a living so that I assist my siblings also. #jobsearch #advice #help

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Brandi Zografos
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4 months ago

This sina job hunting tool right? Not a dating site?!?!?!?! My Man & I Are wondering just saying... Seems ppl want to get hooked up or something like that . No job commentary as of yet #advice #help

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