If you started a job in the last six months, how did you learn about it? Job fair? Careerbuilder?
I started and ended a job in the last 6 months. The way I heard about the job is in the classifieds section of the newspaper. That is a good place to search in addition to Craigslist.com, Careerbuilder.com, Monster.com and job fairs. I got a call back from Craigslist when I was looking for jobs. Another good place to try is Temp agencies.
Most of the jobs that I started came from word of mouth, someone told me about the opening. thats why I feel networking and keeping social contacts are important to finding a job.
I went to the college placement offices. You can use them for free. I also hard word of mouth and got a recommendation from a lady who works out at the same gym as me.
by MRobert2011 8 years ago
In my opinion, it is NOT through sites like Monster and CareerBuilder. I recently read a stat that said only 4% of job seekers found a job through the online job boards.
by Elizabeth 6 years ago
What is the last random act of kindness you have showed in the last six months?When we send kindness out into the universe,the universe smiles! Random acts of kindness can be a way to" pay it forward" to the universe.
by purple03 8 years ago
i am a newbie here.and i am so disappointed when adsense didnt accept my application.. what seems to be the matter?is there any other provider in making money except adsense?thank you.
by threekeys 20 months ago
What did you learn about yourself or life last week?
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Google have blocked IP address (for last 7 weeks). What can I do?
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