Most jobs require you to be 18 years or older, but some can offer you a job at the age of 16 and up. The best way to figure this out is to check there website for an application or check to see how old you have to be to work in your state.
by Spencer Camus 20 months ago
I didn't get the job I went for. Who can offer words of wisdom to pick me up??The week started well enough, bouyed by a good interview, then found out today I didn't get the job. I'm okay about it I guess. However, what words ~ or hubs ~ of wisdom can you offer to beat disappointment and pick...
by Tony 7 years ago
I spotted a cushy little job last night on a jobsite and thought why not.. applied and they have spoken to me on the phone and are sending me a contract this afternoon! Is this a record?
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
Has anyone else ever been offered a writing job because of a hub you published?I received a writing job offer from a site to join their writing team because of a hub that was moved to one of the niche sites that won a Hubbie. I already have a full-time job, but I thought it is great that...
by bruyant 9 years ago
Should I quit my new job after receiving a better offer?Just got hired like 3 months before receiving a even sweeter deal. Should I quit? I only have been there for 3 months and the people there are really nice to me.
by paulnsubd 7 years ago
Which one will you pick? if someone offer you to travel back to past or to the future.
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Job listings say the unemployed need not applyBy Liz GoodwinNational Affairs ReporterHundreds of job opening listings posted on Monster.com and other jobs sites explicitly state that people who are unemployed would be less attractive applicants, with some telling the long-term unemployed to not...
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