The first question to ask when looking for a job is the type of job the applicant is looking for, such as entertainment, office related, computers, etc. There are many job search tools available for applicants such as temporary staffing agencies, the Internet and other tips from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance. Expert: Pat Goodwin Contact: www.PatGoodwinAssociates.com Bio: Pat Goodwin is a certified personnel consultant and a career transition consultant who has worked with hundreds of individuals over the past 20 years. Filmmaker: Todd Green

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7 Responses to “How to Get a Job : Finding a Job”
  1. MrROCKINGRON says:

    Easy for her to say, Try finding a job when you did the same job for 31 yrs. And they close the doors in your face. Now your in your 50′s and no one want’s you. Just hope it doesn’t happen to you, You will get a dose of reality…….. Hello.

  2. dr8ken says:

    @ThePearldrop its true.. shut ur flaming mouth

  3. ThePearldrop says:

    @atvizory2000 Shut your filthy mouth

  4. ThePearldrop says:

    @atvizory2000 Shut your filthy mouth

  5. mark444444444 says:

    Companies know they can pay peanuts now, due to so many people needing work!

  6. atvizory2000 says:

    there arent any fucking jobs

  7. getchasumm says:

    Susan Boyle lookalike ! hahaha

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