Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered Yin and Yang's question

Depends upon one's willingness to "Lower your Standards" . . .

When I was fired as a Network Administrator, I took any low level IT Helpdesk job that was out there . . . For much less pay. This was during the height of the recession . . . Within 5 months, I was back into … Read more

Grey Harmon
Grey Harmon answered Yin and Yang's question

Well, seeing as how you need a diploma or GED for most jobs, if someone hasn't gotten one of those yet, it can be really really tough to find someone to hire you.

My brother just started mowing lawns.  It's like working as a private contractor.  I do the same with computer repair and maintenance.  I … Read more

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Yin and Yang's question

Too many variables to say. The job market might be tight. Are the jobs the person applying for suitable to their skill and experience? Is the person filling applications with correct grammar and spelling? If they have had interviews, did they show up in appropriate attire and were properly groomed?  Did they give a friendly … Read more

Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy answered

My youngest son spent a year doing just that, but in the US. He would work at whatever job he could find and then take off on another adventure. He came home for a few months and then spent a couple of years roaming Europe, etc. He had a bank account here and my wife … Read more

David Johnson
David Johnson answered

I have found quite many useful tips about writing CV  here and actually I will try to follow some of the suggestions. And also it is worth to mention that there is one online writing service where this type of work will be done for the affordable price. No intention to promote smth just i … Read more

Korvo One
Korvo One answered Jeein Park's question

First, take the university route to being a surgeon, You will make money, (necessary for being a diplomat) and you will meet people and become good at talking to people.  Then, after you are established, you can look at the diplomatic field, and possibly take a few more classes at the university to get another … Read more

Mountain  Man
Mountain Man answered Leanne Robbins' question

It depends on your area and age. In the US, federal child labor laws require a person to be 14 years of age. But there are restrictions to what you can do and it requires you to have a work permit. The local economy might also play a part in how difficult it is.

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AnnNettie Paradise
AnnNettie Paradise answered peterpalanisamy swamy's question

You may want to research the company you hope to work for. The more you know about the company, the better the impression you will make during the interview. Your research will also help you determine whether the company really has the kind of work you want or is one you want to work for. … Read more