We aren’t giving our careers to people under the age of 19.
It’s an entry level job doing order entry that pays $17 per hour. Not high up in the company, or managerial at all. I’ve already had a phone screening with HR, a phone interview with the manager and now they say they want to do another phone interview with another manager and if that goes well there would be an in...
I got myself in a huge mess. She used to be married to a coworker who got promoted to manager a year ago. He never discovered the affair between us. The divorce happened for other reasons. We met again and she told me how much she miss our time together. I told her I don't have any interest in her. That's...
Add them on if you ve been at those jobs for more then a few weeks or months. It shows you're willing to work, hopefully you've learned a few valuable skills, such as time management and being work with other people in a team.
The more experience you have, the better chance you could have of getting a job.
A job is what you make of it.
Follow your dream. You could work for a Florist at lower wage while perhaps studying Floristry so maybe after that you could start your own business and expand it into doing the floral arrangements for Hotels, Restaurants, Weddings etc.
Worked old job full time for 2 years. Quit job for new position providing 2 weeks notice. New position has 90 day probation period -- don't like new job -- getting let go in said probationary period via actions that are no fault of your own i.e. not fitting in learning fast enough - intentional or not : )
Your brother needs to tell his parents to butt out. First, it's none of their business. Second, it's too late to go back to school & earn a PhD in one or another science.
Sometimes I miss things, I don't have great attention to details. For example, I will be searching for something and its right there in plain view and I won't be able to see it. Also I am a little slow, I am better at being a robot, doing the same things over and over. Should I still have these careers in...
I work part time at a grocery store while I am in college. I was hired at this grocery store about a year ago as a cashier and thats all I have done there the whole time I have been with the company. Recently a customer got mad at me because I forgot to use her coupon that she gave me to use for her. She somehow...
I worked at this fast food restaurant as a server for a week and I'm trying to apply for other jobs right now but when I put down the recent jobs I've worked, I don't know if I should put that I worked as a server??
I’m a 23 year old woman. I work M-F 8-4 and I’m looking for a side job. I’m having a hard time deciding which to pick.
I got hired to be a server at a busy casino sports bar and grill and by Uber and Lyft.
Which would be the better choice? Pros and cons.
Realistic careers/jobs please.
Not rock star, famous actress etc...
If they serve until 10, it's unlikely that the last customer leaves much before 11. If it's a busy restaurant, it wouldn't be unusual for the dishwasher and cleaning up to go to midnight. They probably have a hard time filling those hours.
It's one baby who is super easy for 10 hours. They are paying 130. Is that a good accurate amount?
My parents have been hounding me to get a job. However, every single application I've been able to get asks for my Social Security Number. I tried to bring one back without it on there and they wouldn't take it.
Anyway, I've asked my parents if I could have the card to copy the number onto...