Job Search Effort Los Banos CA

If you want to make some money, then you need to get down to business. Lying in bed will not get you hired.

(707) 253-8200
1739 1st St
Napa, CA

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(323) 852-1651
6399 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA

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Labarbera Group
(925) 606-1954
4279 Amherst Way
Livermore, CA

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command labor
(650) 716-6713
2511 edison ave 16
sacramento, CA
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Admin & Clerical

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Prime Labor Staffing
(916) 271-3507
6720 Castro Verde Way
Elk Grove, CA
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Light Industrial, Admin & Clerical, Other

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Alchemy Search Partners
(415) 296-9696
120 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA

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520 Weddell Dr
Sunnyvale, CA

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Corbett and Associates
(650) 226-1698
1185 18 Ave
Redwood City, CA

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(213) 534-1830
2499 Porter St
Los Angeles, CA

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(707) 838-7454
136 Wikiup Drive
Santa Rosa, CA

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How much do you really know about getting a job? Is it all about going to every restaurant, mall or grocery store within a mile of your home and filling out an application? Sending out the same résumé, with only the names changed to protect the innocent? Or are you one of those lucky ones who will have the job come to you (hint: daddy's connection)?

Well, it doesn't work that way because getting a job is a job. If you want to make some money, then you need to get down to business.

Where to start

Start with you. You know yourself better than any employer could ever know you. If you're a people person, don't apply for a job as a ticket taker in a parking garage; you'll go nuts. If you're the quiet type, don't apply for a job in the emergency room; stress will be your best friend. You'll need to adapt, not the other way around.

Know what you want. Are you heavily involved in church or a fraternity? If there is an activity that is dear to you, taking a job that will leave little to no time for it will have you calling in or not showing up for work. Don't let that be how an employer (and future reference) remembers you.

Stay busy. Lying in bed will not get you hired. When I left my previous job, I was hurt by the way things ended, but to keep from dwelling on it I got busy. I spent more time with my nephew and volunteered to help clean the church I attend. Being around others keeps your mind clear to concentrate on the future, not the past....

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