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Your Questions About How To Find A New Job

Ken asks…

How can i find a new job as a teenager?

I’m 16 and i hate the job I’m at right now and I’ve been looking for a new job for awhile but i cant seem to find any places that are hiring teenagers i don’t want to work in fast food but i applied at applebees and i went to a motorcycle shop but none were hiring and other places don’t hire until your 18. Anyone got any ideas how to find a job?

New Niche Finder answers:

Target hires teenagers and its a fun place to work, my niece loves it.

Laura asks…

How does one go about relocating to a new town, including needing to find a job. . .?

My husband and I want to move about an hour and a half south of where we are. Can anyone give me input/ideas/advice about him finding a new job, and us buying a house? He is an autobody painter; been in the business for 12 years. Thanks so much.

New Niche Finder answers:

I would highly suggest finding the job and then plan the move.
Call the local paper that services that area and check the job listings. If he wants to stay in his field, get a phone book for that area and have him send a resume to all the businesses in the area in that specific field.

As far as buying a house, that may be a bit harder if you are moving and changing jobs.
Sometimes the length of time that you have been at one job is a plus and by moving may not be to your advantage as far as loans go.
Check the Internet for homes available in the area .. Www.myrealtor.com is a good site. Maybe there is something there that you can afford a good down payment and the loan would be easy ..

Good Luck!

Robert asks…

can i quit my job and claim till i find new job?

im really unhappy at my job, i have been there only a month-at last job i had same problems as now which is why i changed jobs- but im already stressed and anxious everyday before i go there i feel sick im starting to get chest pains(only occasionally) getting stomach cramps and crying. my income is the only income of the household so if i just quit it would leave us with 0 income and i have no savings or anything to live off. My bf is in the process of joining the army but it wont be for another 6 months or more yet till he actually starts and he is a agency worker at the mo but hours are so unpredictable-he hasent worked for last 2 weeks. i dont know what to do, i really want to quit and find a new job but i know how hard it can be to get a job and i dont know how we would survive in the mean time- would i get any benefits untill then?
also i am going to docs to get help but im afraid they might just say go see a therapist or something which is not going to help physical symptoms! i feel like i cant cope with being like this anymore :'(

New Niche Finder answers:

If you leave of your own free will, there is a waiting period before benefits will be paid, Then you will get job seekers allowance (If you are actively seeking work).
Your best option is to knuckle down in your present job while seeking other more suitable work.
You can send out applications while still working, and arrange time of for interviews without your present employer knowing.Good Luck

Carol asks…

how do you know when it’s time to quit your job and find a new one?

I’m a second year special ed teacher, but am finding the demands of the job to be overwhelming. I love working with and teaching the kids, but unfortunately there are a million other aspects of the job that make it difficult to focus on this responsibility. I am in a district with very high expectations and feel increasing pressure to meet these expectations. I thought it would get easier as the year went on, but I am feeling more and more stressed. I am sick all the time (migraines, nausea, vomitting, etc.) and am beginning to have frequent anxiety attacks. For example, I have yet to get to sleep tonight (it’s almost 12:30) because I am fearful of going back to school tomorrow after winter break. When I am there, I feel like nothing but a failure. Nothing has ever been so difficult for me. Am I just being lazy? Should I begin looking for a new job, or stick this one out? Help!

New Niche Finder answers:

If you think about it, 75% or more of your wake-up time is at your job so it is important that you look forward to going to work because it could really cause mental anguish to you.
Your not being lazy, you’ve just lost interest and you don’t feel appreciated.
Find your niche in life – Don’t worry – Be Happy! :)

Betty asks…

Social Phobics & Agoraphobics, how long were you out of work, and how long did it take to find a new job?

Everyone deals with these phobias differently. Some use meds, CBT, counseling, and even spirituality or religion works for some people. Regardless of how you got better, when you improved enough to work, how long did it take for you to find a job if you were unemployed for years? Was it difficult explaining years of unemployment? How long were you without a job? Did you tell your employer about your phobia, or just say you are well enough to work, or never discussed the problem at all.

New Niche Finder answers:

Well i ve never be a social phobic or a agoraphobic :….

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