I NEED A JOB/EMPLOYMENT SARASOTA?
I am 19 years old and Looking for work! I don't know what I am doing wrong? I have tried and applied everywhere! What should I be doing or what should I try???
Is there a website that will give you actual companies that are hiring, I am tired of going to websites like SNAGAJOB.COM and CRAIGSLIST and finding nothing or being told that the position has been filled an they just havent taken the add down yet! I need a JOB and I need it badly!
Can someone PLEASE help me! I swear I have tried everything! I go to Craigslist EVERYDAY and there is nothing new! Is there any tips you guys can give me???
I am still in high school, So that is a minor Problem. I went to SCTI for Legal Administration Specialist, so I am great with Computer and Office Work. I speak some Spanish, I know alot to get me around and can understand it!
I just really need help, I am willing to do ANYTHING!!! I want some help, advice, or websites!!! PLEASE dont give me crap webites, THANK YOU!
Any JOB will do, living in Downtown Sarasota!
- ?Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Make babysitting flyers using the computer and put them in the library, people's mailboxes, and grocery stores.
Drum up more business and keep a notebook to schedule when you do get a customer.
Culver's minimum hiring age is 14 with a workers permit.
I called many stores because I am looking for a job. This was the response they gave which makes me happy after looking for so long.
Find a local one go online and apply and go in store to apply or call and ask if they are hiring.
What I did was Google a bunch of business near my home and found their numbers using Google maps or their sites and I called and directly asked if they are hiring and what age do they hire at.
Try local grocery stores, pizza parlors, retail stores, fast food restaurants.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Stay persistent something will happen. At your age I got a job in the cell phone industry and had no experience. You have to be able to sell yourself and convince them that you will be a good addition to their company. Here's a good wireless job center that I recommend you register for, search jobs and post a resume. If your resume is posted an employer could find you which is great. Good luck stay positive!Source(s): http://cellysource.com/wireless-jobs