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Hate to be this guy, but I'm trying to find a job in Tallahassee and I'm not having much luck. I've submitted a handful of applications online but I feel like they're all falling on deaf ears since it's all automated and I don't get responses from anyone. Anyone know of anyone looking for someone to work part-time?
Didn't really want to be this guy, but I figured it was worth a shot.
What type of PT work Ocho? Retail, Office, Restaurant?
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I've been looking for one as well. Check out the Tallahassee Craiglist (there are legit postings) and the FSU student jobs website.
Most of my work experience is in retail (about 3.5 years total), but I do have experience working in a small diner in Naples for a few months as a server/host, so I'm open to that as well.
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ETO- If you are looking for true part-time work, the best way to go about it is to knock on doors. Get out there, ask them if they need any help. Don't go all "stalker," and mind the no-soliciting signs, but getting in front of people is the only way to make an impression at that level.
Online submissions are a joke, and do more to make a person FEEL like they are working hard to find a job, than they do to actually getting someone a job.
From my perspective, there is nothing wrong with soliciting ideas, advice, job offers, from a group of like-minded individuals. No need to feel like "that guy".
Try Academy Sports. They are opening. Next week and I think they might have some spots open.
Thanks, just applied. Appreciate the heads up.
Good luck. I'll keep my eyes open. I went thru being unemployed after getting laid off.
More and more it is all about who you know. Employers are looking for people that other employees know and will vouch for. In my case I was hired as part of a group of 12 and 11 of us knew someone already hired in the company. The first question they asked me in my interview was do I know anybody that works here. I told them I knew 3. Networking is huge, do not worry about being that guy.
You're absolutely right. It's just a bit rough when most of my friends don't have jobs up here, and the ones that do aren't exactly hiring at the moment. A lot of "we're not really hiring right now, but if you apply now, we'll have your application on file for when we are."
I just gotta keep at it.
I start a new job on the 4th so my old job will be open. I worked part time for Allstate Construction and they will need someone to step in. I mainly ran errands for the company, cleaned the office, helped answer phones, filed and scanned paperwork, and very rarely worked on a jobsite. I don't know if you would be interested or not. Casey Weldon's dad is the owner of the company.
also you may want to make a resume and put it online. mainly career builders because they continously send you updates with jobs that match your resume description.
Ocho, I'd be willing to hire you as my personal man servant. Responsibilities include trimming my downstairs, cooking me kickass hamburgers, and driving me around to my appointments.
Minimum wage. No tips. Plus you have to shave mah nootz
Something EXACTLY like this!
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