My name is Larry and I am 57 years old and the job I am working at is something I know very well , but it seems like because of my age and back around they are trying to push me out by cutting my hours. The hour I have right now won't even pay my rent.. Don't know what to do. For person like me skill and what I know it's confusing.

I am developer that work fulltime.

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MLK day is coming up soon and it has got me thinking about those who do what is right.

A few weeks ago as I was getting off the train my keys fell out of my pocket and due to the lack of sleep, I didn’t even notice (#momlife).

I would have traveled for an hour and a half without them, rushed over to the car and then realized they were gone. My baby would have been waiting at daycare and I probably would have cried.

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I had a customer who had a watch that was at least $75,000. I didn’t see it until about an hour after he left.
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My years in the service almost broke me. The only way I have come to hold a job at all is by working at nights just so I can avoid almost all people. I don't like going out and doing stuff and it is hard to get my head on straight to even manage a trip to a store or even to my VA appointments. The only time I feel okay in the slightest is locked away in my home. What kind of jobs would be good for me to do? Can anyone help? I really need this.

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Hello everyone, I had a massive stroke 2 + years ago and I am just now getting myself together to 'go back to work' I would very much like to work from home because my brain is still good even though my body is still giving me issues. Any suggestions on how to make a full time income (which I need very much) while working for a legitimate company, from home, part time? I have no money which is why I would like to work so no scammers and nothing... see more

A great company by the name of Alorica offers work at home opportunities in many locations. I highly recommend... see more

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I'm looking for part-time work from home jobs in data entry or customer service. Has anyone ever seen any postings for Amazon? Thanks

Oh, one more thing... Alorica has some nationwide CSR job opportunities right now in case you're interested. See ht... see more

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I am a young Senior looking for work to occupy time. Have some skills but need to be updated to today's time. What should I do? Willing to either Volunteer or work 20 hrs a week.

Hallmark is hiring!
We are looking for a Part Time Retail Merchandiser at Hallmark in Philadelphia, PA!
If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please post directly via the link below to move forward in the recruiting process.

https://fieldjobs-hallmark.greatjob.net/job/HALLUScc2c1667cf994a91a222a23ff22968a0/Part-Time-Retail-Merchandiser-Philadelphia-PA-19128

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This is great- thanks Lukasz!
Is Hallmark participating at the MLK Day Jan 20th Job Fair w/ the Urban League of... see more

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Looking for full-time work in human resources. Have 30+ years of experience in Aerospace, Health care and Hospice. Have any suggestions?

What’s the best place to work for an 18 year old who wants a part-time job.

Well Brian, I think you should really think about what you want to do as a career not a job. What do you want to... see more

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Proper Interview Etiquette

As with all things in life, the rules of etiquette in a job search deal with behavior. Certain behaviors are expected and others may or may not be acceptable, depending on the circumstances. When we combine the expected behaviors with common sense and common courtesy, we end up with a useful interview checklist:

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Thank you for the info.

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I am a college student and am considering a part-time job to help with expenses. I just turned 21, so I think I am eligible to drive for UPS. I noticed they have three shifts available- sunrise, day and twilight. How flexible are they with scheduling? Also do they pay hourly or per mile?

Thanks in advance!

Great Question Kacey McKain ! A UPS former Employee in Hodgkins, Illinois writes...

its flexible for students. if

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