THIS IS IMPORTANT! (This is how people get ahead.)
No matter who you are, everybody is connected to someone. That's the universal structure of all things. No one reaches their destination in life without the connectivity through others.
High dollar industry giants such as, Buffett, Gates, Douglas, Lady G, Whitney, Katie, Billy Ray, Stevie, Quincy, Jackson, Elvis, Jennifer, Drake, Usher, Cardi, Nicky, Jordan and the list goes on.
No matter who stands in the middle, you must be connected to the enterprise to make things happen and get results. The worse background in the world can lead to the greatest groundbreaking future experience to ever be told.
Just remember, absolutely, no one does it alone. Everybody is connected to someone special and that's how energy flows through interconnectivity.
Are you connected?
I Believe You Can...!
We all know that no person can be an island through life. Whether it’s family or friends, we all lean on someone from time to time.
You may be going through a tough time right now. Perhaps you feel like there’s nobody who can help you. If you feel that way, I would encourage you to reflect on previous times of need.
When you were struggling in the past, who helped you? Was it a parent or sibling? Did your best friend from childhood come through for you? Did support come from an unexpected place?
We may feel alone at times, but our history can remind us that we have supporters all around us.
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I am a Network and Telecommunications Specialist, with more than 15 years of IT career experience, being 3 in programming and analysis of Oracle systems, 2 in the Windows / Unix environments administration area where I have achieved my MCSE certification, and since then I work in the Networks and Telecommunications area where I have obtained my CCIE certification.
I would like to move with my family to USA and I’m looking for a job at Network area, but I don’t have a work VISA and I need a sponsorship. Thanks for any advice.
It is a funny thought that we are so intense on trading experience with youth. I know and believe there are opportunities for both. One should complement the other. In Northern Europe, people are hired if they have 3 degrees, 40 years of experience and are between 30 to 40 years in age. Not possible and very unrealistic. This trend should concern all of us, not just the job seekers but even more, the employees and the great people with visions of starting their own companies.
I am a perfect example of this. I will take whatever job I can get. If I could do what I really want to do, I would work within the Educational Technology explosion. To do so and be great at it, you need experience. At 55 and having had a great career in software sales, I am being discriminating against because of my age, even though I have a powerful rolodex and have made differences in corporate America.
The real question is, "how do you do things differently to market your shill set regardless of what it is and what you want to achieve. Using social media is very important. LinkedIn can be very helpful. Jobcase is a social media platform and serves millions of people well. There is, however, something missing. We have all these great technologies in place, but it seems to me that no one has yet to put the whole package together from education at any level to employment. These technologies exist. Many of them are developed in Europe, but has never seen the light of day in the US. I happen to quite a few of them and unless someone is willing to invest in bringing these technologies to the US, they will stay where they are developed.
Using Jobcase and the millions of profiles linked to them, we have a great start. We have to approach the job market in a non traditional way and I would love to participate to make that happen
There will be some great employers at the October 31st Cincinnati Works Job Fair, including the companies below!
To learn more about the job fair and to register, click here
Check out the links below to some of their open jobs- great way to prepare in advance for success at the job fair! Get to know the employers, review their job info, and keep asking/answering questions here on Jobcase to help yourself to be the best prepared that you can be!
3CDC Check out a listing of their open jobs
Amazon Check out a listing of their open jobs
Castellini Group Check out a listing of their open jobs
Charter Spectrum Check out a listing of their open jobs
Children’s Inc. Check out a listing of their open jobs
Children’s Hospital Check out a listing of their open jobs
DHL Check out a listing of their open jobs
FedEx Check out a listing of their open jobs
Fifth Third Bank Check out a listing of their open jobs
Hilton Check out a listing of their open jobs
Jack Casino Check out a listing of their open jobs
Jancoa Check out a listing of their open jobs
JBM Check out a listing of their open jobs
Kroger Check out a listing of their open jobs
Lithko Contracting Check out a listing of their open jobs
McLane Food Service Check out a listing of their open jobs
Sysco Foods Check out a listing of their open jobs
UPS (Warehouse) Check out a listing of their open jobs
Volunteers of America Check out a listing of their open jobs
Whelan Security Check out a listing of their open jobs
Woodforest National Bank Check out a listing of their open jobs
Wornick Foods Check out a listing of their open jobs
Our profiles/resumes are now online and with email we barely use paper anymore, but the one paper item you need in today’s job market is a business card. They are PERFECT for giving out at events like a job fair or even after an interview.
I know what you’re thinking, I don’t even own a business I don’t need that. Even if this is true, when you think about it, YOU are your own business. Each time you go on interviews you are in the business of finding a job and selling yourself.
You want those who interview you to remember you days after an interview is over, and not forget you seconds later. A simple business card helps you achieve just that and remind them of who they just met! It does not need to be fancy or expensive. What it does need to do is have the following info:
1- Your first and last name 2- Your email (make sure it’s current) 3- Your phone number (again current) 4- Optional you can add a few words about who you are or what job role you are looking for, an inspirational quote, or small list of attributes about yourself (like a mini pitch).
Design a card and have them printed and ready for pickup the same day at your local [Staples] (https://design.staples.com/business-cards?cid=PS:GS:CP:CP:e:28:71700000024972939:staples+business+cards:p24099268377&cvosrc=ppc%20nonbrand.google-cpc.staples+business+cards&cvo_cid=909374119&cvo_crid=217841500534&Matchtype=e&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvLeE4Kzr1gIVTVmGCh2ExAybEAAYASAAEgL9tPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds)
Or for more design options try [Vistaprint] (https://www.vistaprint.com/business-cards?txi=15626&xnid=TopNav_Business+Cards&xnav=TopNav) just make sure to check shipping and production times to ensure it arrives in time for when you need it.
There are hundreds of vacancy advertised but many of the posts advertised have people lined up to fill the post but the company rules are that they must advertise so that they are not been unfair a lot of owners have vacancy available but someone else is doing interviews and he will 9 out of 10 times give it to a friend I've applied for 300 njobs and have feed back from 3 but we must stay positive and trust the lord