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Your Questions About How To Find A New Job

Sandy asks…

How to find a new job when you work full time and have no time off?

I’m desperate to find a new job. The problem is I work full-time, Monday-Friday, 8-5. I also don’t have anytime to take off work. I feel so stuck because I can’t have time to make an interview working these hours. I can’t afford to quit and then find a job, so I’m just wondering if anyone else has ever been in this situation and if you found a way around it? Thanks

New Niche Finder answers:

Some companies will agree to schedule interviews after 5 p.m., to accomodate working applicants. If you get an interview, ask to schedule it before or after working hours.

Paul asks…

How do I find a new job in a different city while working?

I am currently working, but for a few different reasons, I would like to find a job in my home town, about a 2 hour drive from where I’m living. It seems like it would be hard enough looking for a job when I already have a job, but to find one in a different city while I’m working seems harder. What can I do?

New Niche Finder answers:

Im 13 but i do have some very good suggestions.1) you can look for available jobs on your pc in your hometown on your spare time, if you dont have a pc go to your local library or borrow one from your friend.2)newspapers might be a reliable source they post jobs that need filling but it might be hard to locate a job in the town you want with a different local newspaper.


Joseph asks…

what is the best way to find a new job?

i wanting to have some advice in how to find a new job. if you’ve any ideas on the easiest way and the most effective way to find a job, id be most greatful.
no smart arse coments needed or required thank u.

New Niche Finder answers:

What sort of career do you want? Update you cv and post it on a website like monster. Then search job sites and email your cv for any potential vacancies.

Mary asks…

How can I find a new job quickly?

I live in the Hazleton, PA area and I am in need of finding a job by the end of next week! Does anyone have any advice for me or anywhere where I can find a reliable source of income quickly? Also it needs to have flexible hours I go to college during the day.

New Niche Finder answers:

Temporary employment agencies is your best option. Search for them and go to the sites. Most have applications online. Fill them out and sign up for an interview. They almost always have something.

Just remember you do not need to pay to work because these agencies get paid by the employer not you.

Robert asks…

I’m thinking of quiting my job and finding a new one, should I quit first and then search or find one and quit?

I want to quit my job, as I’m not getting enough hours and I HATE that I get paid every two weeks. I don’t know how to go about quitting though, since this is my first job. How should I quit and go about finding a job? Should I leave a two week notice? What if I find a new job? HELP!
Most jobs pay every two weeks? Yeah okay.

However, I’m looking for a RETAIL job, like at a mall, since I’m only an 18 yr old college student. That pay hourly and weekly. Sorry I didnt mention that.

New Niche Finder answers:

If you quit your job before finding a new one you will never find a new job. You will end up living under an overpass somewhere, eating out of the trash at McDonald’s, and wearing old clothing you find at the side of the road.

If you look for a job while you’re still working you can seamlessly transfer from your old job to the new one. Simply tell the new boss you will need to give a two week notice to your old job, do so, then go on to the new job. No living under an overpass, no eating rat feces infested food from the McDonald’s trash, no wearing cast-off clothing unfit for a dog to sleep on. You’re golden. Life is good. Checking account is fat. The Universe smiles upon you.

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