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Your Questions About How To Find A New Job

Susan asks…

What Age is the Perfect To Get a Part time Job? What age did u start Advice?

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New Niche Finder answers:

16, not too young but ready to learn what the real world is all about. It prepares you for the future by giving a look at what your parents do (work) on a regular basis. Also introduces you to a wider more varied type of population esp. If you work with general public. I was 16 when I got my first summer job. Best (low paying) job I ever had. Plenty of great memories.

Paul asks…

What would a Dr. like house have to start off as? And what is his job called in the show?

His job looks like fun.

New Niche Finder answers:

Dr. House is a diagnostician. He specializes in “Infectious disease” and “nephrology”. Basically you have to go to medical school and work you way up in the feilds. However you will never be able to do what dr. House does because house works a “Head of the Department of Diagnostic Medicine” there is no such thing in real life as a department of diagnostic Medicine. So you can specialize in what he is but you wont be able to do his type of job.

Joseph asks…

What should I do if I accept a job but end up getting offered a better paying job almost immediately after?

I have a job interview at OSH this Friday but a friend of mine says he might be able to get me a job that might pay more hours at a different location. What happens if I take the job at OSH, but end up getting a better paying job immediately after? Would it be considered rude to leave at such short notice? Would that look bad on a job application to future employers? I’ve only had one job in my life so I’m still very new to the work world.

New Niche Finder answers:

Rude or not, you need to do what’s best for you. You can’t turn down a better job just because the timing wasn’t the best. The job market is tough all over. I’m sure they have many applicants for every position available. The company will be fine. Be honest with them. Tell them you got a better job offer. They might offer to pay more for you to stay, and if not, you’re not out anything. Ask if your friend’s job will let you delay starting there for 2 weeks so you can give proper notice at OSH. It will give them time to find a replacement AND make you look more responsible to the new job. If they do, great. If not, there’s nothing else you can do about it. As for job applications to future employers, if you leave the OSH job shortly after starting, I wouldn’t even list them in your work history.

Jenny asks…

What is the job discription of human resources business managment?

What is the description of this job?
what characteristics are good to have for this job?
What are some things i would have to do if i were to do this job?
How do i know if this job is right for me?
Also what is the future in this job?

New Niche Finder answers:

Human Resource Managers have duties that include:
• Plan the human resources requirements of a company in conjunction with other departmental
managers, and participate in business planning;
• Develop policies and procedures regarding recruitment and retention, employee training and
development, compensation and benefits, employee assistance programs, health and safety,
absenteeism, employment equity, and other human resources issues;
• Oversee the classification and rating of occupations and competitive pay scales;
• Develop and implement labour relations policies and procedures and negotiate collective
agreements in unionized establishments;
• Organize and conduct employee information meetings on human resources issues, such as
organizational change, employment policy, benefits and compensation, etc.

You should have an undergrad in business… Preferably a good personality and excellent interpersonal skills. The job is right for you if you enjoy managing people for a living or enjoy planning out business to people relations for a living. Future job prospects are generally good, though compensation for these jobs are among the lowest in the area of business.

Robert asks…

What type of job allows you to work in a Cubicle in a large building?

What type of job/degree allows one to get a job for a large company, working in a cubicle?

New Niche Finder answers:

Many office cubicle jobs only require a college degree, not a specific type of degree. You could get a business degree, of course.

More specific degrees, that lead to specific office jobs are accounting, computer science, IT or MIS.

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