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Mary Webb
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Eleana Bowman

Hi @Mary Webb ! What role are you interested in at Moog? I found some information on their career website about their hiring process that might be useful!

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Jessica Compton

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Elyssa Duncan
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4 months ago

What stresses you out most about the job search process?

A. Figuring out what jobs I am qualified for
B. Writing a resume
C. Crafting a cover letter
D. The actual interview
E. Other (please explain)

Share your pain points in the comments below. The more detail you provide, the better we can help you overcome these barriers! We're here to help. 👍

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Diana Aqra

Definitely feeling lower about myself during the job search. I know I have great qualifications, but the lack of wins and the overwhelming nature of online job searching is hurting my confidence.

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Siawe Harrison

Just thinking, how it will be to work without getting your wages? Please, someone should enlighten me

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Christie Cress

I realize it’s difficult to see and know what the staff on site does however my experience has been it’s not about me but them.

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manuel rios

Show my skills and learn from you.

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CarolAnn Ceraldi

It is very difficult. Sometimes you need to be appointed by the local politician to ANY position at a Public Library. A lot of jobs are part time with no benefits.

Good luck to you.

CarolAnn

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PAULINE FOLEY

Try their websites and see what’s posted but be on notice that there’s very little turnover in libraries. 90 percent of those that I see @ my library have worked there 10 or more years. Try school libraries to widen your search.

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Michael Frash
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4 months ago

What's the best part about starting a new job?

A. Doing something new
B. Talking to different people
C. No more job searching
D. Getting paid!

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Lisa Lawson

A NEW CHALLENGE.NEW PEOPLE TO WORK WITH.

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Peter Chan

Most importantly getting paid but the other parts A & B are essential too. Starting a new job should mean learning something different, new routine, also will have a chance to meet new people. I believe interacting with various people will hopefully learn more & gain trust from them!

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Kenneth EcHOLs
4 months ago

Manager day shif

Speedway jackson mi. Sargent rd. 1600. #nowhiring #nationwideusa #hiringprocess #career

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Johnnette Kaliko
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Candy Cupit

Actually u can just go to www.Costco.com and fill out an online app..give it two weeks or so..then I would inquire at location ur interested in working at..when I was hired I went to 2 interviews..individual and group..had drug test..criminal and credit chk..and then orientation!!

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Candy Cupit

Costco is not looking for prior experience they are looking for honesty..loyalty..and dependable..integrity is very important as well!! Good luck!!

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Carlos Quinonez
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barbara mitchell

After you put in your application it’s best to go up there and talk to a hiring manager in personal

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Steve Stewart

Not much just apply

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Crystal Vandiver
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Howard Peacock

It is a long process fill out the application they want 10 years of where you lived. 10 years of job history. They also look into your credit report and your arrest record. Once you they call you. You must take and pass a drug test. And they interview twice in the same day. Resume with any all qualifications that you can do the job. But it is a great job.

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Bridgett Irving

Thanks for good information.

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