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Should I work full time during college?

For some background information I'm pretty broke. My family dosen't have the best circumstances and they're trying to invest in a new location for a resteraunt. I'm going to be attending Northeastern Oakland next school year and I'm wondering if I should work more than a federal work study. A friend that I meet going to the same place told me he could hook me up with a good job.

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andrian504 views

how to be happy in work?

i need a job with no pressure

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Tom209 views

if i learn programming , and work as freelancer is good and better than other work ? ?

if i learn programming , and work as freelancer is good and better than other work ? ?

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tori538 views

how can I make money from home?

is there a way to read books for a living and make money from it at any age anywhere???

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Emily495 views

If you start a job you don't like, what is the best way to start another career without spending a lot of money? ?

I know things don't always work out, but how would you start over if you had to?

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Payton270 views

How many hours do you work a week, or a day?

Me looking into jobs I also look at the amount of hours needed to work because I don't want my whole life to be work.

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Working in neurology do you work in teams or independtly?

When you work in neurology do you work independtly more or in teams? Based on what you work with, do you like it or do you perfer working in a different way?

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malachi378 views

What kind of hours do power distributors and dispatchers have?

wondering for flexibility and good compensation

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Emma334 views

What are some challenges you face when working with different types of people every day?

"Question Writing Tips"

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Emma319 views

What hours do you work?

Pediatrics, Pediatrician.

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John374 views

What hours do electricians have?

Are they inconsistent? Are the hours dependent on your salary or the other way around?

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Aaron2977 views

How many years do you need to work at a place before you become a manager?

I really like my job and I'm becoming a trainer for people but not yet management i want to get to that level.

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Sam659 views

What’s a good career to work with kids?

What’s a good way to grow experience working with children? I’ve always liked kids and would love to have a career working with them it’s my dream job..

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Kendrick336 views

What are tips for getting a job early age and completing school ?

Simple tips to avoid more work then nessacary.

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Brenda5205 views

What are some good part-time jobs for high school students who want to work in the medical field in the future?

What are some good jobs for high school students that can help prepare them for a career in the medical field?

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Isabella397 views

How much does the Sarbanes-Oxley act impact your daily work?

Just curious.

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Moni1133 views

How do I manage both school and work?

I'm a student and hoping to be able to work over this summer but my school keeps roping in new possible things to do, some of which are being labeled as mandatory. I need work experience though. What should I do?

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Righley157 views

How? Can I start making a lot of money?

How am I able to keep up with work and school and be able to afford things I want when I have very little hours? I don’t know what to do or how to make enough.

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Gloria362 views

What are some challenges you face when working with different people every day?

Knowing that we will see different people every day, what are the challenges you face when it comes to handling problems in a professional way?

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Ezekiel453 views

What kinds of hours do jobs look for you to work? security guard

do they want more of night shift or early shifts

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carlos322 views

what are the usual hours for a electrician ?

first time apprentice

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joshua1229 views

How dangerous is working in electrical engineering?

Is working in a substation a safe workspace?

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Ethan509 views

Getting started in Biology

What are the first few steps I should take to start working in Biology.

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Leonardo522 views

What are the benefits of working in construction?

i am starting technical training in facilities maintenance and would like more information

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trevaire453 views

how young can you be to work construction

#working #social-work

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Paajcha Julie1428 views

How to deal with poor leadership?

Without giving too much information away, I’m dealing with a boss who isn’t the greatest when it comes to leadership skills. I work online as a scouter for deals, meaning I search online for discounts, and I’m technically an independent contractor. When I first got the job, I asked many questions such as earning potential (since it’s commission based), if there’s a quota I have to fill, and what my role entails. To keep it short, my boss never properly trained me regarding my job. She did do a short video on the basics, however she didn’t go into great detail into things such as what the values were in the organization, what to expect when posting particular items that are discounted, tips on how to be more efficient when posting, basically anything that could help me become a better worker. To my knowledge, isn’t that what a leader or boss should do? Guide and mentor those under you? Especially when they’re new? Let’s just say her communication skills aren’t exactly the best. What has frustrated me recently is that she sent me a message saying that I apparently was “working for myself” and wasn’t working with the team. She also mentioned things that I had no idea about, things that are very specific to this job and organization, and that I wasn’t doing these particular things. How am I supposed to know these things if she never relayed the information to me in the first place? That’s her job isn’t it? To relay information to me so that I don’t mess up? I have prodded her over time regarding my work because obviously I want to know how to do my job well, but I feel like the boss/employee dynamic is unbalanced, meaning that I feel like I carry the burden of having to figure things out. I understand that as a worker, there are things that I have to do on my own but when there are things that are content specific, that should be on the leader’s plate of responsibility. There are some things that I cannot figure out on my own because they are that specific. The nature of the job did come off as a “do it on your own” type of thing, especially because she told me that there was no quota to fill. I don’t claim to be perfect. I’m still learning as a worker/employee like asking important questions and being more assertive when it comes to certain things. But this lack of good leadership isn’t really helping. Also, another question. Is it in the worker’s/employee’s place to constructively criticize their boss/leader on their work ethic/skills, etc.? There are more things I can say and want to say but I’ll stop here. Thank you for reading if you made it this far. #management #organization #community-management #leadership #work #organizationalleadership #working #business #online #boss #technology #criticism #job #sales

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Kaiya467 views

is it a lot of work trying to become an daycare owner?

#working #work

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paul449 views

should i work at a dealership for toyota or a another ?

#work #working

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Taliah753 views

What's the best way to find a job after college?

I know for the first few years of my career I would want to work at an Accounting firm or in a stable position as a accountant for a company. #career #career-counseling #working #jobs #job

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sophia621 views

what can i work with a BS in biology

I'm a biology student and i graduate this semester with a BS in biology so i was wondering what can i work in the meantime before proceeding with my studies ... #working #work

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