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Your Questions About How To Find A New Job

Lisa asks…

How can you obtain your work history quickly for a job?

I need to get my job history for a job,but can’t remember all the exact dates of my jobs,how can I do obtain this information and quickly?

New Niche Finder answers:

You can put in the years and months that you worked, if you don’t remember, then put in the years or approximates – try to remember how old you were when you worked there and do the math.

When you get interviewed, be straight up and state you don’t remember exact dates but know that it was “around that time”.

Most employers aren’t concerned about exact dates as they are where you worked, how long you stay at a job and what you learned/what skills you have.

Jenny asks…

What is the job oppertunity in the UK in general?

i am planning to go to UK for MBA, what is the opportunity for me after completion of the course,can i do any job after degree like hotel,restaurant jobs,supermarket jobs etc..can i obtain work permit during the two year stay back period? am 37 ,will the age affect my job prospects?

New Niche Finder answers:

While you are studying, you are permitted to work part-time (20 hours per week and full-time during vacations).

Once you graduate you can apply for a Post Study Worker VIsa. This is a points based application and you must score 95 points to qualify as follows:

-75 points for your attributes, which are a UK qualification, study at a United Kingdom institution, your immigration status during United Kingdom study and/or research, and the date of award of the qualification; and
-10 points for English language; and
-10 points for available maintenance (funds).

The link below gives you the info you need and has a calculatror so you can see whether you will qualify after graduation.

Remember that imigration rules change all the time, so you need to keep up to date with the current status.

Your age should not affect your job prospects. MBAs from good universitys are in demand in the UK in all fields and you will still be in your 30s when you qualify.

Ruth asks…

How do you get a job as a postal carrier and how much is the starting salary?

Also, Is it very competitive to get a job a with the USPS or are there plenty of jobs available? Thanks!

New Niche Finder answers:

Depending on where u live determines how many jobs are available. Usually starts off anywhere from 16 to 20dollars an hr. If you live in a city like atlanta it may take anywhere from 3 to 5 yrs to become full time u will always start off part time or as a substitute does not matter where you live. The pay is good but it takes a long time to become full time in a big city. Good luck

Sandra asks…

What would happen if you had a college degree revoked when you have a job that requires a degree?

I assume you would lose your job but could you get sued for doing a job you’re not qualified for?
That is for doing a job the whole time you never really had qualifications for since you did something for it to get revoked during your time there.

New Niche Finder answers:

It depends upon the reason for the revocation of the degree, something which is extremely rare. Most usually it occurs because of plagiarism.

The question regarding the suit is even harder to answer. On the one hand, having a degree revoked does not necessarily mean that the person is unqualified for the job. On the other hand, if the job called for a license which is based on a degree, that in & of itself could be the basis of a suit.

Basically your question is too broad to be answered because a lot of the answer depends upon the type of work involved.

Paul asks…

Would a job as a dog walker or what job is good as a second job?

I work part time minimum wage and I’m desperate to find a decent full time job so I can move out of my dad’s home. I’m also enrolled in school. I am thinking about finding a second job as a dog walker or something. What other jobs are good as a 2nd job?

New Niche Finder answers:

Dog walker would be a good second job, but you need to consider how much time you can give to each job. Walking a big dog would take longer than walking a smaller dog, as big dogs need more exercise.

It all depends on how much time you can give to the second job. If you can give a lot of time (like 10 hours or so) than you can take a job that requires you be there a long time. But if youcan’t give too much time, than go for a job that doesn’t require you to be there for a long time.

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