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Bridgett Irving
about 1 month ago

Sales rep or Cashier

I want to find a job that is close to my 🏠 home. Please pray for me Community. #advice #sales #retail #government #noexperience #motivation

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Jennifer Young

Jobs that don't require previous experience are typically jobs that offer "on the job training", where you'll learn how to prepare food, stock shelves, use a register or point of sale (POS) system, etc. So I'd encourage you to look at fast food, retail/customer service, and some cashiering positions. Here's a short list of employers that are a good starting point.

Take a look at this article on 5 tips to landing a job without experience and remember that reaching out to your contacts and connecting is a great way to boost your job search.

Good luck 🍀and keep us posted on your progress!

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Maria Ruiz
over 6 months ago

Psychology

I'm so frustrated because I have a psychology degree and no will hire nor interview me because I don't have any experience at all.

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Monica Navco
3 months ago

Looking for new career.

#my résumé only tells you about the career I used to have. #advice I would love to be a greeter at a hair salon or something in that field or a manager etc. I cannot cut hair anymore due to my hands. What careers do you have out there that you do not need your hands? #general #noexperience other than cutting and coloring hair. I’ve worked n this field for over 35 years. #backtoworkmoms #motivation #networking #inspiration #courage #wordsofadvice #jobsearch

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Want to deliver packages for Amazon?

Apply to be a Delivery Driver for an Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP) today.

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Brooke Hanneman
3 months ago

Looking for first job

Hey! I'm 16 years old and a sophomore in high school. I'm looking for my first job. I lots of volunteer experience, but have never have an actual job. #student #teenjobs #noexperience

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Jackson Chatfield
4 months ago

Politics, the running of the country and such.

Should have happened a long time ago. I thought it was talked about in the 80s or maybe the 70s. Beurocrats are so lam. Is that part of human nature? So much gread and time wasted. Just think a out that for a little while. Maybe while you go to sleep. #noexperience

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Donald Cox CRT-RCP

Know your 'STUFF'. I have found many HR people are relatively clueless about the full aspect of what you try to get across to them. They are very complacent. Many have been in the same position for a long time. They act like robots. Two dimensional thinkers. No grey matter in the middle. This is wide spread.

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Violet Moore

How long have you been out of the work force, and it doesn't matter how long you are out of the work force because you do have skills, did you work before and even though you a at home wife or mother, it doesn't matter, get you a piece of paper, sit on your bed or at your table and write down what you did on your last job or jobs, and what you do at home, I guarantee you, you will see all the experience that you have and then some. The only thing is when you go out there to find a job, you have to sell yourself. Before you go out that door to go to an interview or fill out an application, I know you have mirrors in your home, stand in front of one of them mirrors and say to yourself or out loud, "I may have been out of the work force for sometime," but guess what, I'm better than anybody else that is coming to get this or any other job." Own that job that you are going for, because when you own it, it becomes yours!! :))

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