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Shayna Resnick

Don't apply for those jobs

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Edward Gengler

Some Wal Mart stores do not exist. All job sites have sent me these.There are atleast 5 stores in 20 mile radius not accounted for. Asked about it and np one can answer.

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Brooklyn Mattison
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2 months ago

WANNA GET HIRED? Here’s what you need;

Less IS more. 6 things you need FOR SURE on your resume and WHAT goes in each section.

1.) CONTACT and name. Yes. Contact. The employer needs to see where they can reach you to hire you!

2.) Your work experience. Well that’s pretty self explanatory.

3.) School experience! Add add add!

4.) Skills! What makes you YOU!

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Melos World360
over 6 months ago

Amazon gift cards

Does anyone know if Jobcase sends people $100 gift cards or is it a scam

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Lilly Gomes
3 months ago

Facing new employee burnout already.... help?

I'm a new nurse and I feel like I need to say "yes" everything that is sent my way (shift changes, additional duties, extra hours, etc) I want to look good for my new supervisors and I want my coworkers to like me.

How can I say no? Should I say no??

I always work really hard at everything I do. But it's only been 4 months and I am TIRED from all the extra things i've been doing for my coworkers and other hospital staff.

#adviceplease #burnout #help #nursing

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Christina Johnson-Bradley
over 6 months ago

Overqualified???

I am so tired of being told I am overqualified for a position I have applied to. Please correct me if I am wrong, but if a person is overqualified for a position does that still mean they have all of the qualifications to do the job they are asking?

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Isla Alejandro
3 months ago

13 months unemployed, am I doomed?

I have been out of work since summer of 2020. The pandemic has made it really hard, I was scared to work bc I have an elderly aunt who lives with me. I really want to get back into the workforce, but its been so long. Am I screwed?

How do I explain this to a future employer?

#SOS #Help #coronasucks #advice

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Darryl Hartley

Probably so but keep your chin up you will find a job soon maybe possible It could happen Stay positive and watch out for hurricanes

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Michael Arroyo

Quit my fast food job after four years of working for minimum and a lot of aggravation.

Glad I did it and never look back! The future is now wide open for me.

Great luck to you!

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Jamie DeHart 
4 months ago

Looking for job at an Vets office

How do find a medical field job without finishing your degree #help

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Jenn Housewright
4 months ago

How do I make this site stop sending me jobs in cities I don't live in??

They keep sending me jobs located in cities I don't live in and can't commute to. How do I make this stop??? #jobsearch #advice #help

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Ford Simpson

Explain that you want local work and are not able to relocate at this time. Set a limit of how far you can travel. Things may change in the future for you. Some companies will foot the bill for you to move.Good luck,Ford

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Lawrence White

Hi @Danielle Lawson , this post is a few day's old. Are you able to log in now? Other members have found helpful info around this issue on our Unemployment Resource Center. Take a look and let us know if you're able to resolve your issue. Thanks

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Cheryl Holland

You might ask if you need your own transportation to bring tools or food, safety equipment? If you need something special ( left handed tools? Frequent breaks?) this is the time to ask.

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Dixie Melkus

Dress neatly and professionally, Have a list of prepared questions. Ask about uniform requirements and are they provided. Many volunteer jobs now required a background check and drug testing. Ask about orientation and training for your volunteer job.

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