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Emily338 views

What programs should I look into where it leads to a remote, hybrid, or in-person job opportunity for possible higher pay and job guarantee after college years?

I have an AS Degree in Physical Science from a community college in Fall 2021. I don't have enough lab experience due to 2020-2022 shutdown. I have been working from home for a company involving data entry from 2021 to now. I am not sure what other career to look into as I am not the same person that wanted a Bachelor's degree due to finances. I am not sure if I should look into 3-12 month programs of a certificate as I don't have experience.

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Adam928 views

What are the different types of consulting I can get into as a first job?

Recently graduated and am looking for entry level positions that will lead into consulting positions

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EVJNA373 views

how can it help?

how can culinary arts have an affect on someone whos only just starting and doesn't know a thing about culinary but once to venture more into it so they can complete one of there life goals

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diana244 views

How do I find a job hiring at entry level?

Many job listing will often not include which age is the minimum, nor if they're entry level friendly. I have no idea how to determine whether or not it's okay to apply.

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Arianwyn271 views

How complicated can life get with college, and how can someone manage it? What are good first time job options for someone in college?

I want to be able to manage stress levels while in college so I can get my schooling done and to get ready for the real world. I would want different job types that can be manageable and pay well enough for a college student.

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D'asia378 views

What piece of advice or perspective can you share as I enter my senior year of college for BSW Social Work? :)

I am excited and was hoping to read perspectives on career pathways starting out in the field, licensing tips, entry level jobs/experiences, and etc.

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Ahmed1965 views

What is required to secure a job interview at publix?

So I've applied online on publix.com/applications and have already filled out the application to three stores;two of which of visited once in person and one of those two I've visited twice and called twice to speak to their manager. I'm going to go a third time so I was wondering how I could captivate the manager's attention to secure an interview

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jojn364 views

how do i know when to get a job?

how do i know when i'm ready to get a job because i really want to work but idk when i'm ready for it

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Faith10397 views

Can anyone recommend a remote entry level job that does not have calling?

I live in a very loud house, I would prefer not to be calling customers, I think I could do conference calls with my coworkers but not customers. I have been looking and everything I find seems like a scam… linking to sketchy sites which want me to pay money to get a “certificate” or just straight up tries to get me to sign up for another job searching site that doesn’t have the job I was looking for in the first place. Or it’s just a survey site! I have been looking for clerical or data entry. I enjoy organization and feel like those type of jobs would suit me better than sales. I am looking for something where I can start with no experience as well. I am 18 with a year of experience working in person. I don’t plan on going back to school to get a degree. I have a high school diploma. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Chiara1748 views

What are tips for starting in IT Help Desk?

Hi! I'm looking to enter IT. Most people that want to enter IT start working at a help desk. Before working in help desk, I think it's important to get some advice and pro-tips. What should someone know before starting at IT Help Desk?

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Ryan261 views

What skills will i need when in the IRS?

What abilities will i need to get my job done while working in the IRS or what skills would look good on my resume that well help me get the position to get the job?

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Zachary311 views

How can I get an entry-level IT job?

just need some advice on how to get a foot in the door of the IT world.

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Jessica633 views

How to get an entry job level in IT with no degree or experience?

How to get a job in IT with no degree or work experience as an adult? What are the best places to look? What skills can I learn on my own to make that happen?

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Rhianna437 views

What is any advice for becoming a Speech-language pathologist in Ontario?

What should I major in for undergrad that can also be a good degree on its own? What is this subject like? What are the Pros and Cons of this profession? What are some entry-level job salaries?

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Sarah1192 views

What is Linkedin inmail vs linkedin message for job Hunting?

Key difference between Linkedin inmail and linkedin message

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Anne356 views

How can I get clients as a virtual assistant?

I'm a grad year student of the University of Lagos, Nigeria. I just completed a professional training to be a virtual assistant and I'm looking for entry level jobs. My areas of specialization include Internet/Online Research, Proofreading/Editing, Data Entry.

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Ki Hyun375 views

decision-making for my first career job.

The first option is the company is a Quality Assurance test engineer in the IT of the car industry. The second option is the company using software for drawing 2D and 3D drawings of the boiler in the boiler and combustion company. Is QA good for a long-lasting career? On career review sites, there are many negative comments about this role.

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Monica670 views

Where can I find jobs in music video production, particularly on set? I am looking for an entry level job, production based. Are there any job sites or production companies in the NYC area?

I looked through showbiz jobs, entertainment careers, google jobs, and linkedin and I cant seem to find jobs related to music video production.

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destiney717 views

How much does an entry-level medical assistant make right after trade school?

I want a job that can help me be wealthy and live the kind of lifestyle I want.

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Maddi1223 views

What are some good job options for college students?

I'm not in college yet, but I'd like some ideas for a few years from now when I do go to college. Also, what should I look for in job while I'm still in school, whether it's highschool or college? I'm planning to apply for jobs this summer, but I've never done this before and don't want to go in blind. #jobs #job #entry-level #higher-education #college #first-job

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Grace1202 views

When can I "hang up the towel" at a well-paying job and pursue my real passion?

Context: I am a senior in college tracking towards a full-time offer from a well-established investment firm after graduation. While I am excited, grateful, and feel relatively prepared (business major for the past four years and have interned in finance) lately I've been feeling the pressure on if I should instead follow my "true" passion since childhood: writing. Assuming I don't need to become a novelist, but would be fulfilled with simply a more creative occupation like a marketing assistant, creative coordinator, etc - my question is this: At what practical, financially stable point can I "throw in the towel" with my finance job in order to pursue a career I am much more passionate about but will pay much less? Is this advisable in the first place? Thanks for any advice! #business #career #finance #creative #art #marketing #entry-level

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Mary511 views

What career is good for a person that is detailed oriented and leader?

I am 21 job seeker #entry-level

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armando487 views

What are the cons of becoming a computer and technology systems manager? To go along with that what are the pros?

I am a senior in high school #entry-level

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juli560 views

How can a 15 year old get a job in nyc?

I've been trying to get a job, but everywhere says they hire at 16. #job #entry-level #jobs #job-search #first-job #15

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Cyrus421 views

Should I have more tools on hand than not enough?

I am a job corps student in automotive mechanics and I was wondering should I bring more tools than not enough if the job site is not a cooperative job site and I'm underneath a vehicle by myself. #first-job #student #entry-level

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Linh Thuy702 views

How to obtain better skills for real jobs?

Most recruiters feel that fresh graduates lack necessary skills for the job. So what is your opinion about this? #entry-level #business #job #job-opportunities #JULY20

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Paridhi1229 views

What are the differences between Wix, Go Daddy, and WordPress website builders? Pros & cons?

#technology #website-development #entry-level #Wix #go-daddy #wordpress #web-design #website-design #web-development #website #organization #nonprofit #front-end

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Grace763 views

What should I do to get a first time job?

I've made a basic resume, and because it's my first job I don't have much on it. It's basic, and has some skills and volunteer experience on it. But when I applied in store and online to about 20 places, none of them reached back to me. #first-job #entry-level #job-search #resume #JULY20 Is there something I can do?

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Nancy832 views

I changed my major

I was majoring in mechanical engineer then I realized that it wasn't met for me so now I'm doing information technology . Any advice? Entry-level job? #information-technology #entry-level #internship

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Rana937 views

As recruiters, Do you make your decision according to GPA?

I am graduating in June from energy engineering. My accumulative GPA is 2.7 (B- in my country) and I don't know if this would be a problem in finding a job #electrical-engineering #engineer #job-application #job-search #gpa #entry-level #interviews #engineering #

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