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Your Questions About How To Find A New Job

Lisa asks…

How to quit a job without leaving bad impression?

I will be working as a cashier at a retail but at a mean time, I’m still looking for another ‘better’ job. I wonder by the time I’m hired for the new job, how would I quit the current job without making bad impression ?

New Niche Finder answers:

For that kind of job, you just have to give two weeks of notice before you stop working and make sure you go out strong. Don’t give a long-winded explanation as to why you’re leaving, just say it’s more in line with your long-term goals or something to that effect.

Good luck.

Susan asks…

Where to start searching for a job as a receptionists?

I am looking for a job in Illinois as a receptionist at any place but close by? Where do I start looking for a job of sorts? I tried career builder? Any other suggestions? It seems that there aren’t alot of jobs out there now or I am too over qualified for a job.

New Niche Finder answers:

You’ve posted in healh care, so I assume you are looking at medical office jobs.

Large groups and hospitals will post job listings on their websites. Private offices will list on Internet sites and in the classified sections of local newspapers.

Receptionist, office assistant, administrative assistant, patient services rep, patient coordinator, etc – usually with the word ‘medical’ in there somewhere – will be the listings you look for.

Thomas asks…

Mechanical Engineering Job Security?

Do most mechanical engineering jobs offer job security?

New Niche Finder answers:

Job security in the engineering field is quite stable compared to many others. There will always be a need for engineers and many outlooks for 2009 identify it as a hot field. Just as posted in Yahoo News today MEng’s were identified as a hot field:
http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/career-articles-10_hot_professions_for_2009-633

Job security really depends on your firm and your work ethic. Work availability in the private and public sectors can vary, but I think engineers should anticipate a good job outlook and excellent security for decades to come. If you are involved with research, your work may fluctuate depending on available funds or clients, same could be said for design but it really depends where your specific skill set is and what is necessary and popular for a current job market.

If you are majoring or plan to major in Mechanical Engineering in College, go for it.

William asks…

Job survey: for everyone with a job?

What is your current job?

Why did you choose this job?

What do you enjoy about your job?

What do you dislike about your job?

What would be your perfect job?

Would you rather have this job, or be unemployed?

-thanks

New Niche Finder answers:

Yes another job question!

What is your current job?
-Customer Service Rep @ a furniture store

Why did you choose this job?
-Good pay, and the manager is my mom’s friend so she suggested me this job :)

What do you enjoy about your job?
-Nice people, and i like working in a clean office

What do you dislike about your job?
-it’s so hard! There are so many things i have to keep in mind x_X

What would be your perfect job?
-in an office but being very experienced!

Would you rather have this job, or be unemployed?
-this job!!

Jenny asks…

Where are the jobs?

Where are the jobs? Is productivity and globalization creating a permanent “recession” of jobs?
My main issue is I am doing a paper for school and have no idea where to begin. I was hoping suggestions would come from this since Yahoo! is the best and I am addicted to knowing what other people think about things.

New Niche Finder answers:

Jobs are booming in china, as far as in the us globalization has dampened ou manufacturing jobs, but there are still plenty of jobs around.

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