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Updated on March 23, 2013
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Your Dream Job Is Out There and Calling You

© 2005, 2007, 2013; Patty Inglish.

Are you looking for a job or a new career? It may be actually calling to you. Read this and find out how to answer it.

Do YOU Have a Calling in Life?

You have arrived at this great site, because you are probably looking for a new job for yourself, or a family member or friend. Unemployment in America or in your particular state may be low at this time, but plenty of Americans are looking for good work that pays well and offers an opportunity for advancement and perhaps education as well. Some fringe benefits would be nice too, such as sick days, vacation time, health insurance, flexible spending accounts, retirement accounts, stock options, company discounts, and other choices. Further, most people would like to be recognized for accomplishing good things on a job they like to do.

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Looking For Work

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Work and Money

When the US Federal Minimum Wage rose to $7.25 per hour, it was much more than the previous $5.15 an hour, but still not enough for a single individual to live alone in a suitable dwelling and pay for utilities, food, and clothing. How about a car, gasoline, and car insurance? Each new US Minimum Wage seems not enough.

An entry level position may not pay a lot of money, but it will give you the opportunity to find out what kinds of work you like and do not like to perform.

Work should be enjoyable. It should not be punishment. It should be something you like to do and which is suited to your talents, skills, ability to learn, and work style. You may already know what your calling in life and work is. It is that particular activity that you know you should be doing. If not, there are ways to determine your calling and we can help you.

At Your Service For Jobs

Please enjoy this page of resources gathered from years in award winning workforce development projects. We helped tens of thousands of adults and teens find jobs, apprenticeships, and college programs under the Clinton, Bush 43, and Obama Admministratons. Some of our pages are very popular for employment related questions and answers.

Consult with HubPages for Your Career and Education Needs

We can help you answer your calling through listings of a variety of job and training related resources, interesting articles about creative methods of job search, and a variety of other related topics. When you have a work related question, ask us by submitting a HubPages Question.

There will be job listings for specific states in the USA, various cities, and even areas of Canada from time to time and there will definitely be updates about the major job search engines on the Internet and information about new ones. In addition, we will offer suggestions and ideas about ways to get yourSelf noticed on the job in a way that will earn you respect, raises, and promotions along the path to a successful career.

Many individuals, especially in America, work in more than one career during a lifetime. If you are looking to change careers, develop your career into a new spin-off business or job of the future, or learn skills for a totally new career, this is also the place to look for help, information, and ideas.

Perhaps now is even the time to begin your own business. We can suggest ideas and resources for that as well.

One possibility is to write at HubPages and earn income through our affiliate programs. If you are not yet a member of HubPages, please join free-of-charge and contribute to our discussions. Write your own Hubs about the vital issues that are important to you, share your short stories and poetry, or write something fun. 

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    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      3 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      Thanks for reading and posting a comment! I hope these ideas help you and your friends.

    • antigravity profile image

      antigravity 

      3 years ago

      This is a good piece of information about job and internship, because both have a unique feature in any individual's career life.

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      Charon 

      8 years ago

      Thank you for the valuable information.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      I am writing more about education, going state to state....

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      VinceSamios 

      10 years ago from Australia

      Another excellent hub - there is a reason you are one of the top hub writers!

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