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Joyce Winters
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3 months ago

There are a lot of you that have not taken the time to fully complete your profile here on Jobcase. It is very important to make sure that your profile is completely filled out, it shows potential employers that you are serious about your job hunt! Your profile should highlight your skills and expertise, it will show employers what assets you will bring to the role you are applying for.

A few different things that employers look for on your profile is gaps in between jobs, companies you've worked for, how long you've been at each position, your job title, your responsibilities and your accomplishments.

In order for Community Specialist to assist in matching you with job opportunities, the first thing they look at is your profile. They want to make sure that you're the right fit the job! They're looking at your skills and qualifications to see if you would be successful in a particular role or not.

For some, this can be challenging, recalling dates of employment and listing important information regarding qualifications, but it will pay off in the end when you land an awesome job opportunity! Remember, if you need help filling out your profile or you have questions concerning something you are not sure about, do not hesitate to ask. Happy Job Hunting :) #jobsearch #wordsofadvice #Skills #Jobexperience

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Carlos Clyburn
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Airframe and powerplant license, or aircraft maintenance experience. I got my job from Military experience working on aircraft. Some companies will hire you as a worker with less pay if you lack the experience required. I hope this helps.

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Fallon Owen
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Cocoon Bare is the #best place I have worked. The owners are amazing the staff are totally awesome. I really grew as an esthetician within this company. They offer extensive #training, gaining new techniques and different #skills. They worked with my schedule being a single mom and taught me to the ins and outs of the industry. The only reason I’m not there today is because of moving. I still truly miss my clients, all the staff and especially Sarah the owner.

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Arsha Fazil

Hai Ms.Goodson, I am happy to answer this, -Amazing Communication -Positive Attitude -Look approachable -Pleasing or soft tone of speech -Willing to relocate -Flexible and adaptable -Team leader and able to work in grp -Meeting new people and many more I have mentioned few main and important stuffs to maintain.Thanks. And all the best Ms.Goodson.

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Kathleen Gay

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As a retired FA and Inflight Supervisor I would say be positive, and trainable. Every airline will train you on their way of doing things and each airline will be different. How you look in your dress/suit will be how the airline will see you in "their uniform." Be neat, hair, nails, suit/dress not too short, right below your finger tips. Earrings not larger than a quarter. No, eyebrow, lip or visible tongue rings. Be careful with tattoos too. Smile and have confidence. Read the departure announcement as it is written. You got this.

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IssBacon

I Can Watch People From Cameras Stay Up All Night, & Has To Be On Weekends Because I Have School If Its Summer I Can Do Weeks

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pure evil

can I work there at 14

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Lauren Jacobson

Patience with people, it's very fast paced, ability to learn all skills, open availability, smile ALL the time

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Shaunta Jackson

Good team player

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Colin Rocker Rice
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College is an incredible opportunity to learn new skills.

Check out my video below and let me know what other skills you think a college student should be developing!

#college #skills #21centuryskills #careerdiscovery

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Zied Jemai
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See the work done on the job site A clear and complete view of on-site work progress against the project plan Improved work and successful project delivery. A sound and flawless communication system. Good communication on the construction site will improve the performance of activities in the project schedule Ensure better project control. Project health and profit Communication is more than important in the construction industry. A key component to the successful completion of a construction project. Properly plan communication methods Use a formal chain of contact. Keep checking the quality of the connection. Provide correct information The foundation of a successful construction project Communicate details of safer and better practices for a particular task. Communicate messages to workers efficiently in the smooth running of the project. Building techniques that improve communication in the construction industry. Invest in technologies capable of communicating critical updates around a construction site. Construction projects in terms of size, budget and objectives. Prevent errors and tremendous work pressure. Standardization helps identify critical problems at an early stage. Efficiency on the job site. Responsibility for updating and reviewing work techniques and methods Ask questions directly to get specific information from the speaker. #employmentopportunities #hiring #backtoworkri #wordsofadvice #advice #motivation #hobart #networking #inspiration #experience #skills

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