11 Commandments For Gen Y Job Seekers

Home Repair or Construction. Many high schools have construction or industrial technology programs that employ many types of specialties. Carpenters, plumbers, and electricians can cost in excess of an hour. Call the local high schools and speak with the teachers to find the best students suited for your particular tasks.

6) Computers – Today, a computer is a must for any job search. It is on the computers where you find many jobs, where you do most of your research and where you will apply on line. If you can afford your own, that is best but there are free computers at the library and at your local career center.

From the consumer’s side, a trip to a restaurant is a place to go to be pleased, to have someone else cook for them and to have a professional work with the spices to create a dish they will like. Having salt on the table isn’t satisfactory to most of them because they feel like they are not getting what they paid for.

This extreme action – as extreme actions usually do – is starting to cause arguments. In this case, there are lots of different sides. The idea is that if everyone does it at once, taste buds will adjust and everyone will become healthier. It sounds simple enough, but turns out to be a rather thorny issue.

As the population in California grows, so does the need for more medical facilities, and for Cal jobs in medicine. For example, according to the Orange county Register, a private health provider will soon open a new hospital in South Orange county to accommodate future growth. The new hospital should open in the fall of 2007 and will cost about 5 million. The facilities will provide approximately 600 to 800 additional jobs.

Lots of companies may opt for advertising positions in the newspaper – instead of the internet – because they won’t get crushed with a pile of resumes that way. Remember, there’s more to research than the internet! Your local newspaper can help you find jobs right in your neighborhood.

Persist (politely). Sometimes the job goes to the person who is in the right place at the right time. This means you must stay on recruiters’ radar screens by regularly reminding them of your interest and your fabulousness. Some ideas: Check in every few weeks with an additional suggestion for what you can contribute to the company, drop a note when you see the company mentioned in a news article (another great reason to set up those keyword news alerts) and check in whenever you have a new accomplishment to share. Warning: Don’t make contact more than once a week. I said persist, not pester!