How I did it: I applied to numerous companies via their websites and I applied for every job that came open in my profession. I think that the job alerts from indeed.com set to my specific job title and location were most helpful. I only got junk mail from posting my resume on careerbuilder, though I still checked it periodically and applied for several jobs through them. Read how I did it… 1 week ago
I had an interview last week that went smashingly well, but they are having trouble tracking down info from one of the companies for which I worked while living in Texas. I’m going to try to take care of the snafu tomorrow and hopefully be able to mark this goal done within the next couple of weeks.
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Well I have 5 jobs. So I guess that is completed! haha. Although, these 5 jobs hardly pay the bills. I guess my new goal should be to get a job with benefits and move out. 3 months ago
part-time job with the people I was working for that ended last September. 3 months ago
Lowe’s or a tennis facility would be good. 5 months ago
I might need for my ankle to heal before I do this. I’m noticing I my back getting really tired if I stand for extended periods of time after work, I think it might be ankle related because it didn’t happen to me prior to my sprain. 5 months ago
Work is slow right now and I could use some extra income and it would be nice to pay off my student loans faster. 5 months ago
Between mid-July and the end of September I had a second job working in a bistro of a hotel. It helped me raise money to pay my dad off for car repair, and pad my savings account a little faster. However, I quit the job earlier than I would have liked because I thought I was doing a lousy job and it would be better to part ways. 7 months ago
ended…time to start looking again. 8 months ago
The hardest part of the interview process is not the anticipation nor the interview itself, but waiting for the decision afterwards. I’ve been in a slump since mine yesterday and have not put out anymore applications in case I jinx something.
Eeek! 8 months ago
How I did it: I applied to about 400 jobs this year. I already had the one but they varied my hours so much, sometimes only working 13 hours a week, just above minimum wage. I decided I needed a second job. I kept applying and applying. I gave up hope several times...but then I kept applying. Read how I did it… 8 months ago