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Posted on 01/30/2010 5:05:45 PM PST by Cindy
It's a new year and time for a new thread.
If you're looking for a job and/or a career; this is the thread for you -- so bookmark it and tell others about this thread.
Updates will be ongoing.
Wife is looking for a job as a paralegal in the Wash. DC area. Been nearly a year now, a few nibbles but no bites. She has a MS in criminal justice, I don’t know what the issue is.
Thanks for sharing. I am at such a dysfunctional company and am looking to bail out as are the two other sensible people there.
Will take any job doing anything at this stage..
Previous threads with good links and suggestions:
“ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB?”
Various ^ | August 2, 2009 | Various
Posted on August 2, 2009 9:28:37 PM PDT by Cindy
“Are you looking for a job?”
careerbuilder.com/ ^ | n/a | n/a
Posted on November 22, 2008 1:01:47 PM PST by B4Ranch
I’m sorry to hear that.
Well maybe your wife can surf the links above.
Maybe there will be a bite or two.
I have a decent job yet I have been relegated to the office until things pick up.
I am also attending culinary school and I am looking to pick up a second job when I am finished.
I am located in Ogden, UT
My personal motto in life is, “Don’t quit your job until you find another one.”
I hope the links above will help.
The links above should be helpful.
I know at one point of my life I had 4 part-time jobs until I got the career job I was looking for.
After a long year and some change, my actual job is almost ready to greenlight but now I seem to be encountering the most resistance from certain elements of HQ who apparently want this branch to fail. However I am pegged for field work sometimes and that makes things more tolerable. I am still working on laying plans to go work for myself and building some clients.
ON THE INTERNET:
Are you looking for a CHEF-related job?
Thank you for the bump Jet Jaguar.
Here’s a START UP guide to starting your own business Wally Bert:
Sign up for an annual membership on the genealogy websites (like ancestry.com) and then offer your services in the local paper...such services being the research of family genealogy.
Many folks are willing to pay for such research but cannot or will not learn the intricacies of such sites and, as such, are unwilling to make long-term commitments to such sites that are often needed.
Use your imagination...and good luck!
Network, attend receptions, parties, DC Bar functions, voluntary bar, Court stuff. Even though unemployment is "low" in DC, in a tough economy it's more, not less, of "who you know."
There's the temp-to-permanent route, too.
Just thinking out loud. All the best to your wife andyou.
That does sound interesting.
Thank you SonOfDarkSkies.